DART with Finn to Irish Cuisine

Posted on Mar 27, 2019 by kagudartorg

There are only a few days left in Irish-American Heritage Month. DART with Finn as he explores the following restaurants that serve Irish cuisine:

Trinity Hall Irish Pub

Trinity Hall Irish Pub on Mockingbird Lane in Dallas offers a lively experience the whole family can enjoy. Enjoy salads, sandwiches, heavier entrees and even vegan and gluten free dishes. The pub gives you an opportunity to catch up on the latest soccer and rugby matches and enjoying live Irish music. With 200 beer and ciders and 300 whiskies, you’re sure to find a beverage you like. Near the Mockingbird at Homer bus stop and Mockingbird Station.

The Crafty Irishman Public House

Whether it’s Irish stew, traditional corn beef, bread pudding or Tullamore Dew whisky, The Crafty Irishman Public House offers a place for locals and visitors to find a variety of Irish dishes. A Dublin native owns and operates the restaurant, which spreads deep roots in Irish traditions. You can find the restaurant on the ground floor of the Mercantile Building on Main Street in downtown Dallas. Near the Main at St. Paul bus stop and St. Paul Station.

The Playwright Irish Pub

Enjoy hundreds of whiskies, a variety of 50 beers and Irish dishes at The Playwright Irish Pub in Dallas’ Arts District. The restaurant now serves brunch along with a full menu, which includes shepherd’s pie, Irish nachos and Celtic macaroni and cheese. Enjoy a warm and inviting environment at the heart of downtown. Near the Ross at Routh bus stop and Pearl/Arts District Station.

Anvil Pub

Anvil Pub mixes Irish cuisine with classic American dishes. Whether you’re craving a Jameson Black Barrel Irish Whiskey or Texas fish and chips, the restaurant offers something for every palate. You can also enjoy the pub’s variety of house cocktails, such as the Spiced Candy Apple and Deep Ellum Sling. Near the Elm at Good Latimer bus stop and Deep Ellum Station.


DART is making major improvements. To create a smoother ride through downtown Dallas and reduce service interruptions, track improvements and rail replacement will begin March 30 and last for roughly six months. During that time, DART Rail in downtown Dallas will be discontinued each weekend between Pearl/Arts District Station and West End Station. Separate shuttle routes will be in operation. Thanks for bearing with us as we build a better future for North Texas. DART.org/plus.

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