What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    My favorite pub is J.P. O'Hanlon's (JPO's) on Main Street in Ayer, MA. When a leprachaunish redhead named Roisin greets you and invites you in for a 'wee sit', you know you're in the right spot. Free traditional Irish music sessiuns Sundays 4:30-7:30, regular groups throughout each month ranging from jazz to bluegrass. Nothing fancy, but a great place to be with friends to enjoy a decent assortment of draughts and single malts, and darts, if you like.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    The Banshee Pub in Dorchester, MA. Full of Irish staright off the boat and those of us from the nieghborhood. European Soccer and Rugby on one of thier many flat screen TV's. Go to http://www.bansheeboston.com
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    I have 3 2 in West Roxbury and one in Dedham. The Corrib on Centre St. in West Roxbury and the West Roxbury Pub also on Centre St. in West Roxbury. Finally The Old Irish Ale house on Bridge St, in Dedham. All 3 serve real delicious corn beef and cabbage dinners.

     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    I agree, Kitty's in Beverly.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    To leave Mr. Dooley's off this list is a crime worthy against humanity. By far the best Irish bar outside of Ireland. Terry and Dennis serve up the best craic
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Nice map of the Irish pubs!
    Grafton Street of Cambridge looks like it's in Dorchester.

    Speaking of Dot, does the Globe really think the Dublin House is an Irish bar?!?!?! Please send a journalist in there some night (and try not to get stabbed).
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    How are they "Irish" pubs if they are in the US? My favorite American pub is JJ Foleys ob East Berkley ST.

     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Baby Hannah's in Skibereen Ireland
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    For those who haven't been to McSorley's in NYC. You don't know what you're missing. One of if not the oldest bar in America. The place is a good time!
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    McSorley's is the oldest "continually-operating" ale house in the US. By far my favorite place. It sold it's light and dark ale in a backroom during prohibition.

    But this was for New England - McSorley's is in NYC. For anyone in New England...can't go wrong with The Peddler's Daughter in Nashua, NH. A great pour, a great downtown area.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    O'Shea's Olde Inn in West Dennis is a great "Irish style" pub-music 7 nights and fine pints.Also,this Sat(3/7) is the Cape Cod St.Pat's parade,from Dennis to Yarmouth,when all the pubs and restaurants will be Irish ! Slainte !
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Would have to agree! Our band used to play up at JPO's and actually were there several years ago for the St. Patrick's show! What a night THAT was!

    Roisin and her jolly crew (Rod, Liam, et al) were great back in the day and I'm sure they're still great now!

     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Slainte In Southie
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    McGann's near the Garden...but not as good as the one in Doolin.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    the skellig in waltham

    oconnors in boyston is great but i would consider it a giant restaurant. best food out there. the potato pizza, although not considered totally irish is unreal.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    How about Krugers Pub in Dunquin, Ireland? That's where we'll be! http://www.flickr.com/photos/mefein1/2704216198/

     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Ah, can't have a list without James's Gate Pub & Restaurant in Jamaica Plain particularly with its perfect pints, warm hearth and hearty crew. Best craic all year round and no Green beer! It's #1 in our neighborhood, and #1 in the city, cheers!
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    you can't move in JJ's and forget getting a cab when the bar closes. Make sure you duck those punches in the fights after. The place is full of amateurs!
    How are they "Irish" pubs if they are in the US? My favorite American pub is JJ Foleys ob East Berkley ST.

     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    [Quote]McSorley's is the oldest "continually-operating" ale house in the US. By far my favorite place. It sold it's light and dark ale in a backroom during prohibition.

    But this was for New England - McSorley's is in NYC. For anyone in New England...can't go wrong with The Peddler's Daughter in Nashua, NH. A great pour, a great downtown area.[/Quote]

    That is incorrect info. the Bell and Hand in downtown Boston is the Oldest check any History Book
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?


    if the Bell In Hand closed during prohibition how is that continous? Jean Lafittes Blacksmith Shop in NOLA is older by a few years anyway.

     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    No one has mentioned Doyle's (in JP)? Great atmosphere, even if the food isn't that great.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    I can't beleve the Erie pub has not been mentioned
    my hoe times have changed....
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    The Black Rose in Quincy Market. Remember, "NO DANCING!" Actually saw somebody get tossed (literally) out of there for dancing!

    P.S. McSorley's in NYC is awesome. Dark and light (colored) beer in little glasses and a ham sandwich on white bread!
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    My vote is for the Old Timer in Clinton, owned and operated by the McNally family since 1929. Stop by for a pint or stay a while for the roast beef buffet, and traditional Irish songs by the Jug O' Punch and Jim McNally. So much fun! http://www.oldtimerrestaurant.com/
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    The Druid in Cambridge and Paddy Barry's in Quincy! Two of the best pints in the city and great places to sit at the bar, relax and have a great chat! Just like home!
     

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