Just minutes from downtown New Haven is actually on making a traditional old-world atmosphere, a charming restaurant that prides itself. You can’t help to be charmed by the manager’s friendly laugh and endless work to keep in mind a small aspect when you enter Duffy’s Pub. A haven for Irish expats and locals of each form, many regulars get a draft of Guinness or even a Smithwick’s and luxuriate in the charming decor of the Irish club’s abundant pine antiques and switch-of-the-century cherry woodwork that adorns the barroom and dining areas. Comfortable Irish hints such as the shamrock- colored walls covered with remnants of wainscoting, and art-deco ceramic surfaces stress the interest to detail. The stylish antique bar is highlighted by rich maple woodwork with chairs and classic handcrafted tables, and an old-designed beer coil cooling system.
The menu can be a bevy of poultry, meats, chops, veal, daily specials, and rice, in dimensions that need a doggy bag. Flurries of snacks are enough to get a meal with area to focus on the comprehensive beer and wine list. And undoubtedly the newly added gourmet martini menu. Selection highlights include County Cork Favorites like the Leg O’ Lamb ($13.95) sliced thin and supported with great jelly and the Veal Jameson ($16.95) tender veal medallions topped with weeds in the Irish Whiskey sauce of a Jameson. If that is still insufficient Duffy’s also offers Duffy’s Nachos ($7.95) that gives any regional Mexican restaurant a run.