An Irish/American pub is different from a bar. We take our grandchildren to Irish pubs (not bars). We enjoy the feeling, the music, but not so much the food. The exception is the one-year-old Trinity Hall at Mockingbird Station in Dallas. To my great pleasure not only is it a great Irish Pub but breaks the rules as well, and has great food at modest prices.
And it is a NO SMOKING establishment as well.
The sound system could be improved a bit. If you want to hear the music the best place is the mens room, no joke, the speakers (and noise level) in the mens room offers crystal clear music; whereas the sound level in the hall is a bit high for the best speaker system. I did say Irish/American Pub did I not.
I have no economic connect (except spending my money there) with Trinity Hall.
PS The bar tenders tell good (clean) jokes as well.
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