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Rude employees, especially the huge meat heads at the door!
Ceilis is NOT a night club! It's a pub.
A guy takes out his girlfriend out for dinner and a few drinks and got brutally beaten by one of your door men and thrown out for no reason, while getting money from the ATM by the front door on St.... more
TERRIBLE TERRRIBLE TERRIBLE experience
I went there with my 4 guest at 11:59pm , we left the returant at 1:10pm without food. This happened 2nd time. people are yelling and leaving without food. Manager was so nice and was trying to explain her kitchen situation but it was terrible experience. People who got food was alost puking cuz it was... more
A traditional Irish pub...loud when we walked in but we got used to it. Fun and interesting food. Great beer selection and the wine was good too. We had a fun time. Great location in the down town so we walked from our hotel. Service was great. Bison shepard's pie was quite interesting and good. Definitely would recommend it.
Krista George is the best server you have!! She is so friendly and that newfie accent is fantastic!!
Ceili's Irish Pub & Restaurant offers these services: bar, restaurant, pubs.
The name of this place (pronounced "kay-lee") refers to a gathering of people who've come together to play music and dance. You may not find an enormous amount of that going on, but you will find plenty of drinking taking place. While you sit among groups of congenial patrons, you can order up a Guinness, a Caffrey's, or an Irish whiskey and keep with the Celtic theme. The beer is especially... more
At happy hours, particularly on the weekend, the crowd is shoulder to shoulder and spilling out to the sidewalk at this wildly popular Irish pub and eatery in downtown\'s south end. Much of the crowd is there to pull CAD5 pints of Kilkenny, Caffrey\'s and, of course, Guinness. But there\'s also moderately priced food to be had, from traditional Irish dishes like Salmon Boxty (a stuffed potato... more