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O'Shaughnessy's

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52% say Yum
25 people voted
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2200 N Camino Principal
Tucson, AZ 85715 (Map & Directions)
Phone: (520) 296-7464
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52% say Yum
25 people voted
Cuisine: Irish, Bar Food
Neighborhood: Tucson

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Hours: Mon-Tue: Closed, Wed-Sun: 5pm - 10pm

Delivery
No

Payment
Credit Cards Accepted

Attire
Casual

Alcohol
Yes - Full Bar

Price Point
$$$$ $ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)

WiFi
No

Parking
Parking Lot

Good for Kids
No

Reservations
Yes

Outdoor Seats
Yes

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Reviews of O'Shaughnessy's

review_stars 03/03/2012 - UCLAMouse
Food was great. Wonderful steak! The entertainment and service was fantastic! Recommend to anyone!!

review_stars 07/05/2011 - Fernandez Family
We had dinner at O'Shaunessy's for the first time Saturday. We loved it so much that we went back on Monday! The food and service was excellent. The entertainment was like nothing else in Tucson. We felt like we were at a show in NY. We had so much fun. The Best!

review_stars 03/02/2011 - Rose Ryan
Our party of 3 left the food - I told the waitress I couldn't eat the soup - It was full of grease, strange taste, salad was fair, pasta had strange flavor. No one offered to get us anything else. No bread offered with a bowl of soup that cost $10.00.
Waitress was nice enough. Everything tasted awful.
We had to leave and eat dinner somewhere else.
Music was O.K. We will never go back here to order any type of food.

review_stars 09/22/2010 - Corrine
It was just about THE worst restaurant I have EVER been to. Nice owners but the prices were all a la carte and WAY to much for what was served. VERY stingy bread portions and not enough butter....one little thing for a party of six. We asked for bread three times and each time it was stingy.
The prices were advertised as $8 to $15 per entree. In reality they were DOUBLE that. I ordered a filet mignon for $25- ( it was my BD, a treat) and they served ONE tiny filet obviously cut into two,( each was about 1/2 inch high ( if that ) and put on toast to make it appear bigger., and included a few slices of potato, and a small piece of (of all things) watermelon. A third of the meat was inedible. I had recently had that filet at Mc Mahon's ( where it was GREAT) and this was all the worse by comparison.
The six of us were there and only two other people. That should have been an alert to go elsewhere.
I certainly would never return there nor would any of our four guests. What a waste. It cost us $200- for a less than memorable 'dinner'. I felt very cheated., and angry because of it.

review_stars 03/02/2010 - Carmen
Absolutely wonderful food, fun entertainment and great service! Thanks for a great evening. We'll be back.

review_stars 03/02/2010 - Wayne
Thanks for a delightful evening. Good food and lots of fun...can't ask for better than that!

review_stars 10/24/2009 - Gay
Bad food, music and service.

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