Mesquite-grilled tri-tip doesn’t seem to be typical Irish fare, but it is at Shamrocks Mesquite Fired Grill and Pub in Corona.
When Chuy’s closed its doors and Austin’s took over, I was glad they kept tri-tip on the menu. When Austin’s moved on, Shamrocks took over and completely renovated the restaurant and brought in a new menu… but they kept the tri-tip.
I like this place. The servers are nice and the food is pretty good.
When they are on their game, the tri-tip is great. The pastrami and club sandwiches are also good.
Although I have only been here for lunch, Shamrocks also has a nice bar, which I bet gets crazy on St. Patrick’s Day.Shamrocks Mesquite Fired Grill & Pub
1275 Magnolia Ave. Ste 105
Can Some one Post a picture of the menu pages? i have never been want to make an order to go but have no idea what they have
Paul Standing says
I am a reguar customer of this establishment and It is well worth visiting .. the food is great the mixologists do a fantastic job. music is a bit loud but a lot fun
I haven’t been to Shamrocks in a while. Is the tri-tip still good?
I’ve been there a couple times. It’s ok, although I wasn’t a big fan of the Rueben. Their tri-tip soup is pretty good, but it was better the first time I had it a year or two ago.
I’m not a big fan of corned beef, so I don’t think I would like the Reuben either. The Pastrami Sandwich is listed as a “House Specialty” on the menu, and it was good the time I tried it. I’ve never tried the tri-tip soup.