Source: Nikki M. Mascali, theweekender.com
Kildare’s Authentic Irish Pub (110 Jefferson Ave., Scranton) recently launched a new menu, adding 22 new items.
The menu features favorites including Irish Craic nachos, baked five-onion soup, the Dubliner burger, crab cake pubwich, turkey Swiss pubwich, Guinness stew, shepherd’s pie, bangers and mash, fish and chips and the Philly cheesesteak boxty.
New additions include crab and cheese dip (served in a pretzel roll now instead of a bread bowl), fried bangin’ mac and cheese, spice-rubbed shrimp, Reuben spring roll, beer mussels, hummus, beer bratwurst, veggie cheesesteak, corned beef and cabbage and Guinness-poached salmon.
“We have always served incredible Irish food,” stated Executive Chef Steve Calise. “However, we thought it was time to update our menu by adding some new healthy items, keeping some of the popular items and updating dishes by adding a twist.”
All Kildare’s locations are assembled in Ireland and shipped to the U.S. Hundreds of containers of Irish artifacts are shipped in to use throughout the buildings and staff members are trained in traditional Irish hospitality and service.
Kildare’s was founded by Dave Magrogan in 2003. Lunch and dinner are served daily at the Scranton location, along with Sunday brunch and daily food and drink specials. For more info, visit kildaresirishpub.com or call 570.344.4030. Magrogan also owns Doc Magrogan’s Oyster House at The Shoppes at Montage (7011 Shoppes Blvd., Moosic).