Monday, October 5, 2009
Dublin Crossing Irish Pub (Cloverdale, British Columbia)
Dublin Crossing Pub, 18789 Fraser Hwy., Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. This place took a while for them to build and to open. Once it was opened I could see why it took so long. There is a lot of detail that went in to this pub. The main floor is generally designed for seating for 4 to 6 people. Upstairs has a much larger are fro bigger groups. The service can be hit and miss, some times I have waited quite awhile to get something and also to see if I wanted any more. There are several tv's through out that show pictures of Ireland. This is not a Sports Bar! So don't go there to watch the hockey game. Generally the food is very good. Some of my favorites include; the turkey, brie and strawberry croissant, Irish Study, St. Patrick Guinness Irish Stew and Chef Laura's Beef Pub Pie to name a few. It is usually very busy on the weekends and seating can be tough. Upstairs they have a cool booth that sits about 9 people. There is a large picinc table that sits about 10 -12 people.
Posted by Jeepspubstaverns at 4:41 PM