RESTAURANT REVIEW: Johnny O’Quigley’s does bar food, more

Published: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 02:49 PM.

This time, I was in the mood for dessert. The other food had been good, so why not see what they could do with sweets.

My friend decided on the bread pudding, while I chose the caramel apple crumble a la mode. Both desserts were very good.

My caramel apple crumble was everything it should be — warm and gooey, with some crunch to the top, all brought together with melting vanilla ice cream.

Johnny O’Quigley’s also serves lunch specials priced from $6.99 to $7.99. These specials include soup and salad, a flatbread personal pizza, a burger, country fried pork tenderloin, open-faced prime melt, a smoked barbecue brisket sandwich and a taco salad and taco platter.

Being a sports bar, O’Quigley’s serves a variety of beers with 24 on tap including Guinness, Bass, Harp and Lighthouse Porter - Pensacola Bay Brewery

The atmosphere

Johnny O’Quigley’s is a sports bar, as it should be. Booths have their own TVs. Sports teams flags and banners hang along the walls, and there’s even a pool table in back.

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