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The Blarney Stone is a convenient five minute walk from the Fields Corner T station. Guests have the option to sit at the bar, high top, or booth/regular tables. There is also space for outdoor seating when the weather is nice out. The Blarney Stone definitely has a bar vibe, however families come to enjoy brunch as well. There are TVs at the bar and on the walls, making it a perfect place to watch the game. When we went, The Blarney Stone was decked out for Halloween. The decorations made the restaurant wonderfully spooky. Their brunch menu is not very large, but has the basics, like breakfast sandwich, breakfast quesadilla, huevos rancheros, and a variety of pancakes, french toast, and benedicts. There are a few options for everyone to choose from. We I ordered a mimosa (aka the best brunch drink) and the white chocolate chip & toasted macadamia nut pancakes with a side of bacon. Unfortunately, the pancakes only come by themselves, however, they’re very filling. We ordered a side of bacon because, bacon - duh, but we could have done without it since we received 5 to 6 slices of it. The best part about brunch at The Blarney Stone is receiving a complimentary plate of mini muffins. As a lover of bread, this was the best way to start the morning. We received blueberry and corn muffins, which are both delicious. They practically melt in your mouth. The pancakes are also delicious. Not only are the white chocolate chips melted into the pancakes, but they are also scattered on the tops of the pancakes. This makes the pancakes delectably sweet. Their fresh whipped butter on the pancakes is the perfect addition to the dish. The prices are reasonable for those looking to have a great and filling brunch without breaking the wallet.