Happening Now! Planning a stay in Lafayette-West Lafayette, Indiana area? Whether you are looking for delicious dining, interesting attractions and shops, enticing events or home away from home lodging—a getaway to Lafayette-West Lafayette, Indiana is sure to satisfy. Right now the locals are talking about Nine Irish Brothers, a restaurant where visitors can sit back, relax and listen to great music.
Looking for great live entertainment, music and food? Nine Irish Brothers is the place to visit! It is a gathering place of friends and co-workers, family and teammates, and visitors alike, who can sit back, enjoy a pint of Guinness and eat traditional Irish fare. And (bonus!) there are two locations, one in Lafayette, Indiana, and the original restaurant in West Lafayette, Indiana, on the Levee. Each weekend a different band (many local favorites) play to a packed restaurant buzzing with energy!
There are so many wonderful menu items at Nine Irish Brothers that it is hard for me to share only a few that I recommend. But if I had to pick my ultimate favorites I would suggest their Goat Cheese Fritters as my appetizer pick. Four generous fritters deep-fried to a golden brown, served on a bed of field greens with a light drizzle of raspberry vinaigrette. Definitely share this appetizer, as it is really rich!! Now onto the main dish. If you are at an Irish restaurant, traditional Irish food is a must. With this said, you cannot go wrong with ordering Baby Jer’s Guinness Stew, a hearty portion of their homemade stew, featuring slow-simmered Angus beef pot roast, vegetables, and a hint of Guinness Irish Stout broth, topped with champ mashed potatoes. Save room for dessert! Embark on Judy’s Irish Whiskey Creme Brulee, a delectable creme brulee wrapped in warm cinnamon-bun bread, with a light drizzle of our sweet Irish whiskey sauce. Delicious!
This past summer, two of our closest friends got married at Purdue University. They had their rehearsal dinner at Nine Irish Brothers. It was such a fun, yet relaxing atmosphere. The Irish food was hearty, the beer was dark and rich, and the music was uplifting. It was an evening where people came together to celebrate the joining of two lives in a positive, enjoyable environment. And to top off the evening, the wait-service was great! (I always say, the food can be exceptional, but if it is served with a frown then it makes the taste below par.)