(Cuyahoga County) - Cleveland's legendary eatery "The Harp", has been named one of America's Top Ten Irish pubs by the FoxNews.com.

The Harp is booming with St. Patrick's Day just around the corner. Manager Phil O'Malley says they didn't expect such a great showing but says the staff works hard every day to make the restaurant a pleasurable dining experience.

O'Malley credits the food, the atmosphere, and lots of live music nights for The Harp's popularity. Patrons agree and tell Newsradio WTAM 1100 that the service is excellent.

Visiting The Harp were Paul Finnin, his wife Farrell, and their niece Sinead from London. Paul, originally from Ireland says The Harp is his home away from home. Both he and wife Farrell maintain they have never had a bad meal at The Harp.

The Finnin's, Paul Farrell, and Sinead at The Harp.

O'Malley says his iconic Ohio City landmark boasts a variety of features sure to please everyone. He explains there’s a wide selection of local & imported beers, wines and liquors, with a mix of traditional Irish & contemporary cuisine.

Phil O'Malley

Another attraction is their beautiful patio with great city views. O’Malley admits, the rich and famous often find their way to The Harp, including top political leaders and big corporate executives from downtown.

(Photos by Ken Robinson/WTAM)

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