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The description “something for everyone” is treated
like a mantra rather than a rumor at Jose
O’Reilly’s. This popular Norwood dining stop
features a menu that’s part Cinco de Mayo and part
St. Patrick’s Day, making it one of the few
restaurants where one can find Baja fish tacos and
shepherd’s pie on the same table. In addition, the
kitchen offers plenty of comfort food options,
including specialty pizzas, burgers and sandwiches.
It’s this type of variety that makes Jose O’Reilly’s
perfect for groups or families with varying tastes.
And, as if the menu weren't enough to draw in hungry
regulars, Jose O'Reilly's complements its fare with
a custom gold and amber beer—a popular choice for
all beer lovers. The dining room’s setting of wooden
floors, timber ceiling beams, stucco walls, and
green and red chairs lends it Santa Fe, New Mexico
authenticity without feeling gimmicky. Or, if you’re
in the mood for something light, Jose O’Reilly’s pub
features a finger food menu, making it ideal for
watching a game on one of the room’s many screens
while sipping a Bass or Guinness draught.
A Taste of two countries. Craving
a zesty fajita?
In 1846, thousands of immigrant Irish joined the U.S. Army
and were sent with General Zachary Taylor's army to invade
Mexico. President James K. Polk, incensed that Mexico
refused to sell California and most of the present Southwest
to the U.S.A., sent Taylor down to provoke the Mexicans . .
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