Irish Pub Inn, Atlantic City, NJ:
A Restaurant Review

Irish Pub Inn, Atlantic City, NJ


Irish Pub Inn
164 St. James Pl.
Atlantic City, NJ
609-344-9063
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Restaurant Highlights

Fare:  Irish Pub

Price:  In- expensive

Value:  Good

Noise Level:  Moderate - High

Dress:  Very casual

One of the best places in AC to go for inexpensive beer and food in a very friendly atmosphere.

Open 24/7

Cash only

Recommended For: Diners who enjoy good inexpensive pub food with a good selection of beers in a friendly environment

Not Recommended For:  Diners who prefer fine dining with more eclectic food.

Recommended dishes:  When available, Fish and chips, burgers, hot and cold sandwiches, and salads.

Liquor:   Extensive beer selections including Harp, Bass, Killian's, Murphy's, and Yuengling on draft. Bar scene is vibrant.



Restaurant Review

The Irish Pub Inn is a unique bar in Atlantic City that offers the most inexpensive beer & food prices.

The Irish Pub Inn is is just steps away from the boardwalk and is regarded as an Atlantic City institution by the locals.

The Pub is 35 years old with dark paneled walls and a mahogany bar that gives it a homey feeling though it's clearly Irish in atmosphere including the smell of a European pub.

This is one place in Atlantic City where you'll never lose your shirt, the prices are excellent, you can look all day --- or night --- and you will not find better prices.

A great place to get away from the fast paced over crowded casinos and just relax.

The Irish Pub Inn is "down to earth" warm and friendly, especially the bartenders. The food is good and the prices are unbeatable, although the menu is mostly tavern food like burgers, sandwiches, and some Irish dishes. 

It's a popular hangout for dealers and casino workers.

They offer an unbelievably cheap midnight madness menu from Sunday through Thursday from midnight to 6am.

(updated: September, 2016)

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