Fadó is a reflection of its birthplace, Dublin, and the city has changed. With more international influences, Ireland’s capital has become a multicultural hub. Pubs there are tapping into that diversity with new dishes, new flavors and spice, and fresh ingredients.
Pub food has changed — it hasn’t gotten fancy, but it has become more compelling. Expect a different Irish tale.
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Grilled cheese with American cheese, ham, avocado, tomatoes and caramelized onions on sourdough bread.
Soup: cauliflower and cheddar.
Chicken fajita cheese steak with red and green peppers, onions and harp lager cheese sauce on a warm hoagie roll.
Soup: minestrone with sour cream and cilantro.
Grilled shrimp po’boy with avocado chipotle remoulade, arugula and marinated tomatoes on a warm hoagie roll.
Soup: chicken tortilla.
Sriracha fried chicken wrap with blue cheese dressing, pico de gallo and shredded lettuce wrapped in a flour tortilla.
Soup: creamy roasted red pepper.
Fried cod with jalapeno tartar sauce and coleslaw on a hoagie roll.
Soup: French onion.
Saturday & Sunday:
Soup: potato and leek, garnished with shredded cheddar, bacon and green onion.
Our menu goes beyond the typical pub grub, with a range of high quality Irish, pub, and new tavern favorites all made from scratch. Snack and shareable dishes accompany sandwiches, entree salads, big plates, and desserts.