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About Tir Na Nog
Tir Na Nog provides a unique Irish experience incorporating the warmth of an Irish pub with New American cuisine, all the while maintaining the same charm and hospitality. The combination of an attractive menu and a professional, yet friendly, team of bartenders and servers has made Tír na nÓg an immediate success with clientele of all ages. Slainte!
The Gallery at Harborplace
Baltimore, MD 21202
Irish, Contemporary American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 2:00am
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Tir Na nOg Feaures Live Entertainment on Friday and Saturday Nights. Please check our website at www.tirnanogbaltimore.com for our upcoming schedules.
All European sports action on Fox Soccer, Fox Soccer Plus & BeinSport. 11 Plasma screens to watch it all on.
We are the perfect place to dine for your corporate event or private function. Please view our private events book on our web site at www.tirnanogbaltimore.com.
Park for FREE!
Park after 5pm at LAZ Garage located at 100 E. Pratt St. Entrances on Light & Calvert. Bring your ticket to the restaurant and request validation from your server or bartender.
We are located in the heart of the Inner Harbor. Easy to access via bus, Charm City Circulator, MARC train, Water Taxi, cab, Uber, Lyft, bike, walking and more!
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please contact Oisin at info@tirnanogbaltimore.
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Keep Tír na nÓg in mind when planning your next birthday bash, bridal shower, wedding or cocktail party. We have a party package that will work for your style and any budget. No party is ever too small. An open bar can be arranged for your party along with a selection of our creative hors d'oeuvres.
Tir Na Nog Ratings and Reviews
The overall experience was good because it's very cozy in there & the service was spectacular the food was not great at all. My xrabxake was definitely too small for a 20$ plate & the guiness beef stew wasn't all that great either. Ill return for bar and maybe an appetizer next time.
Food was great. Service lacking. First said they didn't have our reservation which wasn't an issue as there were tables available. Server highly inattentive, did not check on our meal or refill drinks. For the price of drinks, dinner, and lack of service ... we won't return.
My son and I like to come here before going to the game. We like sitting outside across from, I can't believe someone said this, the big sail boat. I thought my son was going to fall off his chair.
The Constellation is only one of the coolest things in the Harbor Place. The crab dip is awesome, the crab soup was equally great. We enjoy the atmosphere.
My dad and I decided to eat here for dinner. We used One Touch reservation and were seated immediately outside. The weather was perfect, we had a great view of the inner harbor. There was live music below us and a nice breeze from the harbor. The food was awesome and the service was great. A wonderful experience. Definitely will go again the next time we're in Baltimore.
While I liked the location and motif of the restaurant, the food was reminiscent of a commercial restaurant that is not focused on quality, so much as quantity (of sales). My fish was okay, albeit salty, but my friend's corned beef reuben was much like rubber.
It ruined our dinner for his birthday and I ended up not eating mine either, as a result. I would not go back.
We ate out on an unseasonably warm February day! They were a little overwhelmed and understocked but I can't blame them. The food was hot and delicious and our server was friendly and helpful despite having been there for 12 hours and covering many tables. Lovely view too, we'd go back!
We were seated near the door on a cold night and it was cold and drafty. Before we sat we expressed our desire not to be near the door but the receptionist was too busy to focus on anything. Later, as the chilly wind kept coming in each time the door opened, we asked a manger if they could move us or close the outer doors to no avail. We were not sure why the staff would not close the outer doors. The service was marginal and the food was average.
My wife and I have been to this restaurant several times now at the Baltimore Harbor and always had great meals. Would definitely suggest the Corn beef and Cabbage (superb). My wife likes their fish N chips and of course the Guiness beer. Excellent service.
We began with the Irish Nachos which are always a favorite. The beer on tap selection was good -a nice variety. My husband had the fish and chips - tasty and not too breaded. My son had the reuben on marbled rye and that was also very good. The view of the harbor was delightful. And our waitress did a great job.
Sunday lunch. Great outdoor dining experience overlooking the Inner Harbor. Irish Nachos and Tuna Tartar were great and plentiful portions. Maryland crab soup was full of crab and veggies, and the salads were great and the small size was plenty big. Crab cake sandwiches and the Reuben were very good. The service was excellent, and we were not rushed and were able to enjoy a beautiful lunch on the deck. A great start to a terrific day.
In short, the decor was interesting. The atmosphere a little too dark for a spring evening. The food was OK. The server borught our drinks, which for some reason were very wet (The glasses). Water was all over the table. She left and didn't return to dry the tabel, so we did it ourselves. We asked for extra napkins and got a small stack of drink napkins which were not very helpful. We used our dinner napkins to clean and dry the table. Our server performed her duties, but with little enthusiasm. About the same enthusiasm i have about ever returning. It was OK.
I'm not the biggest Irish Pub fan in the world, and this one doesn't do all that much for me. I'm happy they host charity events, and I find the food to be solidly ok. In fact, the ranch dressing was really pretty good. I wish I'd gotten a salad. Man can only eat so many potatoes.
The food was just OK. The service was just OK. Honestly, there is nothing special about this place except for the outdoor dining. If I were to come here again, I would go just for drinks on the patio, then go elsewhere for dinner.
Here's another Tir na Nog oddity: Happy hour is only for patrons seated AT the bar, not IN the bar. So even if you are sitting at a table in the bar, you can't order happy hour. That's absurd.
Back in Baltimore for the Army/Navy football game this year, I had visions in my head of my visit in 2007. The lighted-boat parade was the same day as the game, back then, and Tir na Nog was the place to watch from. This year I just went for the second floor ambiance, and the service, and the food. After the game, this place was mobbed. People are waiting over an hour for tables. Dad and I walk in and are seated in minutes. The young fellow working the reservations and waiting list was full of patience. Anna G was our delightful waitress. The kitchen was hopping, as appetizers and entrées flew out to tables. My gosh but the view of the harbor is lovely. In nicer weather you might dine out on the deck. I December the warmth inside is just perfect. Really nice Irish preparations, and other things, too -- I loved my crab soup and my bangers & mash. Dad had the shepherd's pie. A great beer list, of course, and also wine. Darn good desserts -- I had the pumpkin cheesecake and I rarely eat cheesecake. Highly recommended, and thanks for handling a crowd so well!
My niece and I had been to the Tir Na Nog in Philly and really enjoyed it. We met an old friend of mine for the weekend in Baltimore - she is from St Louis and wanted to see the Inner Harbor. We were greeted nicely, seated immediately, the menu had enough variety for all of us. We ordered drinks (the house ale is really good), appetizers (try the Wickam Toasties - something really different and we all shared it and wished we had had it to ourselves!!), and all of us enjoyed our meals -- the lamb shank was rich and savory and the meat was fall off the bone good, the salmon was cooked perfectly and the greens and carrots were delightful, the Tir Na Nog burger with pulled pork on top was unusual and tasty.
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