T. S. McHugh's is much different than other Seattle Center options as it's the only Irish restaurant around, that I know of. They have many Irish menu items which are very good, but have lots of other options that are very good; the salmon meal my friend ordered was delicious and I usually order the Ploughman's Platter which is quite large so I usually take some home for snacking the next day. Their Irish soda bread is hearty and delicious. It's a little dark inside and quite noisy near the bar and around to the back by the fireplace, but there are tables off to the side which are more quiet. The service was attentive without hovering.
The menu and execution of the food is uninspired but for a quick in and out before the ballet or opera, it's not bad.
It was just perfect to have a casual dinner before the theater.
They did not have our Ooen Table reservation but it was no problem because it was hardly busy at all. Weird on a Saturday night at 7:45. Service was pretty good. Did get food very quickly. Food was good but not enough for the price. We were hungry when we left.
Super! We were greeted at the door, seated ( we had reservations) and waiter was very polite and fast! Good food, great ambiance!
yummy irish food! great beef pie... so warming on a cold day.
Made a reservation through open table but didn't need to as it wasn't that busy. Food was good, beer was good, even had good wine. Dessert was very good! Our server very good, always there when we needed him. Great casual place to go to when down by Seattle Center.
Not the great local I expected. The food was fair. I had fish and chips, they were okay. My friend had a Rueben and found the sandwich was skimpy on the corn beef.
Provided quick and friendly service. Beer was good. Food was mediocre.
It had been years since I'd been to TS McHughs and it wasn't as good as I remembered. Don't sit in the "cushioned" booths. The seats are so broken down you'd be more comfortable sitting on the floor. The food was inconsistent. My fish and chips were quite good and the fries were hot and crispy but my husband's Reuben was cold and his fries also were cold an soggy. Hard to believe they came out of the same kitchen. There are some many places to eat in the area it is highly unlikely we'll return.