The Irish aren't exactly known for their subtlety. That pesky potato famine sure did a number on the homeland; the IRA has been known to send a message by car bomb; George Bernard Shaw never met an overwrought turn of phrase he didn't love. Then, of course, there's the whole joke about Irish cuisine -- which could only be dubbed subtle if the word's definition was stretched to mean "bland, lackluster,... More >>>
By Jennifer Silverberg
At McGurk's, the service (exemplified here by Casey Kusiak) is attentive to detail and friendly without being overbearing.