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Providence, Rhode Island
July 12, 2011
From journal North Conway 2010
Intervale, New Hampshire
January 4, 2006
May Kelly's Cottage opened in 2004 and immediately had a large and loyal following. The large bar area features a variety of domestic and imported draft beer. A popular special is the 2 for $23. dinners on Thursday evenings. Two guests can each choose an appetizer (the mussels are heavenly), entree and dessert (try the rice pudding, creamy and sinful) from a limited menu of about 3-4 choices for each course. When steak is offered there is a $3 surcharge per person. A delicious oatmeal bread baked on the premises is served to all diners.
There is free musical entertainment offered including a traditional Irish Seisuin (open mike/jam session) on Sunday afternoons featuring some very talented local musicians.
The decor is eclectic but cozy and inviting. The restaurant is broken up into several rooms and groups can be accommodated. Parking is about the only problem but additional spaces are available next door when Bagels Plus closes.
From journal May Kelly's Cottage (dining)
March 14, 2005
The food is a mixture of American and Irish. For example, for appetizers there are buffalo wings, Irish potato cakes, Paddy’s potato planks, fried mozzarella, and onion rings just to mention a few. For sandwiches they have burgers, turkey sandwiches, grilled Reubens, and a beer-battered fish sandwich to name a few off the menu. We saw a sandwich that looked out of this world. It was the roast turkey sandwich with baby spinach, cranberry mayonnaise, and stuffing on wheat bread. It looked so good! For entrées they had fish-and-chips, traditional shepherd's pie, May's Irish stew, corned beef and cabbage, calf’s liver and onions, baby-back ribs, marinated sirloin tips, etc. This place is a secret - it wasn't too crowded when we went, but it should have been.
From journal Winter in New Hampshire