Tigin Irish Pub in St. Louis is the perfect place to go to catch a drink and a bite to eat while you watch a game. More than just a pub, you'll also find a menu of compelling and exciting items for lunch or dinner, as well as a weekend brunch menu.
Inspired by classic pub fare but given a contemporary twist, the menu at Tigin Irish Pub gets pretty diverse. Harp battered fish tacos, roasted red pepper hummus and shrimp cocktails are just for starters. You'll also find an assortment of sandwiches and sliders, as well as grilled creations and seafood. Beef skewers and smoked salmon bites make a good meal. Tigin Irish Pub also keeps a wide assortment of draught beers, ales, IPAs and much more handy.
Having been to Ireland this summer, we were looking for some fairly authentic Irish food and atmosphere. My husband had lamb sliders and I had lamb French dip. Both were tasty. We were happy to be able to sit outside and watch the pedestrian traffic, though beyond that there is not much of a view. With the construction downtown St. Louis, it was a bit challenging to get to the restaurant. That should be much better when that is done.
It had been a while since I had been to Tigin. But I recommend it all the time. I went back for a belated birthday dinner. And I am so happy I did. Compared to the last time I was there, the crew was great! Very personable, kind and it did not feel cliquish.
Now, with the World Cup happening, it will be my go to spot for the games.
I always say, "you can tell alot about an Irish Pub by how well they do Fish and Chips". And in the case of Tigin, they did great!
I had a party of 7 and I thought everything was terrific. I would certainly go back.
Our waitress was very attentive and made sure we weren't talking among dirty plates and empty glasses. The food was absolutely fantastic and although we wanted to savor every bite of our own meals we couldn't help but share the goodness! The decor also added to the fun environment and sparked many conversations!
Great beer, Great food. What more do you need?
The SHepherds pie - the Irish coffee - th ebread pudding - mahvelous
Solid Irish pub. Noisy enough to feel as if it had business in it; quiet enough to have real conversations. Good beer selection. Food pleasant and a good value; nothing particularly out of the ordinary.
Went there for a casual business lunch and the service was great. Food was quick and excellent. Happy hours are also a fun time as it's a good spot for groups.
Very nice, especially for a place that doubles as a bar. They actually have some Irish dishes, not just an Irish name! Food and service were both excellent.