I thought Kilpatrick’s delivered very solid value with a smile and local beer choices. And they have these semi-enclosed booths in the back that allow for more private dining.
– CC H. (Yelp Review)
Fish and chips, Irish chips, avocado salad, ratatouille, French onion soup, wraps – all good! Draft beer was cold and good- definitely worth a visit. Friendly attentive service.
– AM W. (Yelp)
If you haven’t been in to Kilpatrick’s in awhile you’ll notice two things right off the bat – the menu is more extensive, the prices are lower, and the portions are larger. Kilpatrick’s has always had one of the best happy hours in town, now they have a menu to match the bar.
I love restaurants and bars that are in Hotels and Kilpatrick’s is at home in the Hilton Garden Inn – your bar-mate can be from just about anywhere, allowing a local to mingle with folks visiting from Singapore, Moscow, LA and beyond. And being a hotel there is sure to be someone eating alone at the bar, both male and female. The bar area of Kilpatricks really does have personality. As does the menu and the food. The menu for the bar is the same as the restaurant, but the tables and the booths (the booths are a hot commodity and go fast) have a private and intimate feel, whereas the bar is social. The beer selection is nice, the fireplace glows in the corner and the food is hearty with large portions – making a visit to Kilpatricks comfortable and familiar.