This is a pub that serves drinks only, nothing to eat. This used to be a very important in pre-covid Ireland, the problem being that they have been under much stronger restrictions since the start of the pandemic.
One of my favorite Anglo-Saxon expressions. It is often used mockingly, but also affectionately. You emphasize the fact that the person did not do something very well or that they can succeed next time
It is said to someone who has tried to do something or to convince someone, or tries to play a trick on you, but failed.
I could say “nice try” to my son when he claims that class doesn’t start until 11 am tomorrow, when I know for a fact that it is 8:25 am as usual.
Or if you’re playing ping pong / tennis against someone much stronger than you and still try your hand at a smash, the opponent might have this kind of reaction by returning the ball.
FAIR ENOUGH !
Is a very common expression in Ireland and difficult to translate. This makes the idea of fair and equitable recognized by B, often if A is justifying himself for something