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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    Mr. Dooleys in Boston.

    Really surprised that the Corrib made the list.Would've agreed 10 years ago, but after dining/drinking there a few months ago it appears to have transformed into little more than another neighborhood bar.
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    The Corrib is more Irish today than 10 years ago. The bar has very few locals. The restaurant has a lot of old timers.
     
  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from HummBugg. Show HummBugg's posts

    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    The Old Timers in Clinton and Leitrim's Pub in Worcester.
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    Port Tavern in Newburyport is a new one that is pretty good already.
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    Skellig in Wlatham, always a good time
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    Love Liam Maguire's in Falmouth, one of my favorites.  I used to frequent the banshee in Dorchester when I lived in that area.  Casey O'Connor's in Mansfield and the Cheiftan in Plainville are probably the best places in my neck of the woods these days.
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    In Response to Where are your favorite Irish pubs?:
    Which ones are your favorites?
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    I fancy Kitty O'Shea's in Beverly quite often.  Great food, bartenders, and atmosphere.
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    Matt Murphy's in Brookline.
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    Two more that come to mind are both restaurants as well, O'Connor's in West Boylston and The Gael House in Clinton. The Old Timers in Clinton as well, where I'll be come next Wednesday! Well, to start the Day anyway.......

    Saints Preserve Us Indeed!

     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    The Harp in Amherst.  If that will be allowed to be part of New England because it is, you know, West of Worcester.
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    I am not Irish, but I really like The Black Rose in Boston.  However I have  not been there in years. 
     
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    My Favorites

    In Central MA, hands down, The Old Timer's in Clinton.

    In ME, head to Portland and visit Brian Boru
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    These are my favorites.
    Mr. Dooleys in Boston, MA is #1;  The Old Timers in Clinton, MA is #2.
    The rest are tied for 3rd.  The Holy Grail in Epping, NH; The Shannon Door in Jackson, NH; The Black Rose and The Solas in Boston, MA. The Peddlars Daughter in Haverhill, MA
    I can always have a grand time at any of these pubs.  
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    Definitely The Old Timers in Clinton
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    Buck O'Malley's in Middleboro...make sure Kevin's behind the bar as he'll pour you the perfect pint and is known to tell a story or two and is never shy with an opinion!
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    In Town:
    Solas
    McGann's
    J.J. Foley's (DT Xing)
    The Blackthorn
    Matt Murphy's

    North of Town:
    The Peddler's Daughter - Haverhill/Nashua
    The Claddagh - Lawrence
    Molly's - Newburyport
    Stacey Jane's - Hampton Beach

    When in FL:
    The Harp & Thistle - St. Pete Beach
    Four Green Fields - Tampa

    RIP: The Original Littlest Bar and Molly Malone's (Portsmouth)
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    Brian Boru, Portland.

    Dooley's in Boston.

    Is Murphy's in Brookline still open? 

    And no place in New Haven deserves to be on a list of New England's best Irish bars.  Might as well expand the list all the way to New York. 

     
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    Matt Murphy's DOESN"T SERVE GUINNESS!

    Used to love Matt Murphy's.  Until they took out all the character of the place by replacing the classic long wooden tables and stopped serving Guinness.  It was almost as if there was a husband/wife operation of the business.  A guy I thought ran the place suddenly was gone, but the woman remained and the tables and the Guinness left with him.

    What happened to you Matt Murphy's?  You WERE my favorite Irish bar.
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    O'shea's Olde Inn in West Dennis is a great spot for traditional sessions throughout the year.  Always fresh Guinness and good food too. 

     
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    Re: Matt Murphy's DOESN"T SERVE GUINNESS!

    In Response to Matt Murphy's DOESN"T SERVE GUINNESS!:
    [QUOTE]Used to love Matt Murphy's.  Until they took out all the character of the place by replacing the classic long wooden tables and stopped serving Guinness.  It was almost as if there was a husband/wife operation of the business.  A guy I thought ran the place suddenly was gone, but the woman remained and the tables and the Guinness left with him. What happened to you Matt Murphy's?  You WERE my favorite Irish bar.
    Posted by whit-iii[/QUOTE]

    Matt Murphy's stopped serving Guinness?!?!?!?!?  Don't they know that they were the destination for the annual Guinness Challenge?  This is sacrelige! 
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    The Buttery Grundle on Glenville Ave in Allston was always a fan favorite. 
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    Peddlers Daughter in Haverhill is AWESOME... great food and authentic Irish food/drinks and staff!
    45 Wingate Street
    Haverhill, MA 01832-5736
    (978) 372-9555
     
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    Re: Where are your favorite Irish pubs?

    the Chieftain in Plainville.
     
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