This Market-area Irish pub should attract as many locals as it does tourists. The tomato and blue cheese salad is perfect for sweltering summertime dining. The quirky Irish Spring Rolls stuff egg rolls with corned beef and swiss cheese, and it's served with slaw and house mustard. They are surprisingly drool-worthy. The traditional corned beef and cabbage features what is billed as "fork-tender" meat and, boy, is it ever. Tommy Condon's is a delightful surprise. The best part: Tommy Condon's is committed to using locally sourced veggies and seafood when possible. —Chris Haire, Dish (Winter 2012)

Restaurant Details

Charleston's authentic Irish pub for 20 years. Traditional pub fare, live music, and slow-poured Guinness.

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Hours: Lunch and Dinner
Price: $$$

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Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri 5pm-7pm: $2.50 Domestic Draft, 50 cents off glass house wine, $1.00 off house and call brand liquors, $2 PBR, $3 fireball shots

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  • Bambu
    Worst food experience I have ever had at this restaurant. It all started out with… -lloyd brock
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    This was the worst restaurant I have ever eaten at. I have never had a… -JamesHayterCook
  • Edmund's Oast
    We ordered both charcuterie plates, and they were both solid. The beer selection is solid… -Native Ink
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    I've been there several times. Speaking focused on the food, beverage, decor and service while… -Dr. Giggles
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