What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Mr Dooley's for Tuesday nights - Ring of Fire Band - and any other time NO TV!;
    Tir na Nog in Union Sq is sorely missed; and McGann's in Boston .. all fine if I can't be at McGann's in Doolin or the Royal Spa in Lisdoonvarna
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    My favorite is Emmett's Pub on Beacon Street. Great food & outstanding service! Just a great place to spend an evening.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    This article pretty much nails it. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ when it comes to Boston. The Littlest Bar when it was near the Orpheum was great when it was there, but alas, now Boston...and even some of the suburbs stink.

    The two best in ALL OF EASTERN MASS????

    The Skellig in Waltham...and The Chieftan in Plainville.

    If I am wrong, so be it...BUT, I AM positive that the BEST Irish bars are NOT in Boston.

    I'm in my late 30's and have seen all...the Best Irish Bar is the Chieftan.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    [Quote]
    The Bell in Hand Tavern in Boston, established in 1795, is the oldest continuously operating tavern in America. Sorry New Yorkers.[/Quote]




    Sorry that is WRONG.

    Warren Tavern in Charlestown was established in 1780 and is THE OLDEST tavern in Massachusetts
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Two glaring omissions. 1. Where is Doyles? Is that not the standard for Boston Irish?
    2. If you're drinking an honest pint in Newport, RI your drinking it at The Fastnet. Buskers is a tourist trap (hence its location on Thames Street.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Any votes or The Green Dragon? Doyles, Warren Tavern, James's Gate all awesome! McSorleys in NYC is always a blast!
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    The Harp in North Amherst
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Only one mention of Paddy Barry's? For shame!

    The Burren/Skellig duo are pretty fun as well, although the Swinging Johnsons' residency isn't exactly 'Irish' music.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Sligo Pub - Dacis Square
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    I was under the Impression that the Warren Tavern in Charlestown was the Oldest Continually Operating Tavern in Massachusetts, if not America. By the way, if in Ireland over the Holidays, call to McHales Bar in the Raheen Woods Hotel in ATHENRY, Co Galway. Best Guinness in Galway.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    The Banshee Pub in Dorchester, MA. Is one place to avoid. Last time I was there, ONE pint (served American style in a 16oz cocktail shaker glass) and one white russian (without top shelf) cost almost $12. This is Dorchester people! I went there for breakfast one morning and the guy at the door tried to charge me admission to watch a football game? I just wanted breakfast.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Plough & Stars, Cambridge
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    spirit bar, cambridge..
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Tir Na Nog in Somerville. Not there anymore, but still, the best!
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Try Mickey's in downtown Lowell ... they've got Guinness, Harp, Harpoon, Smithwicks on tap, and they specialize in Irish home cooking (they have corned beef & cabbage on their menu year round and it is always delicious).

    They also have some unusual items like Boxty and traditional Irish salad.

    They are on Central Street; you can get directions from their web site (http://www.mickeydoyle.com , I hope I typed that right!)
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    North of Boston:

    The Claddagh in Lawrence - perfect pours every time and great music regularly

    J McBride's and The Peddler's Daughter, both in Haverhill - no frills, just good places to drink & eat
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Salt hill pub in Lebabon, NH is great!
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Salt hill pub in Lebanon, NH is great!
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    The Burren, Davis Square, Somerville.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    I like Centerfolds in Boston in the Combat Zone.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    JJ's on Dot ave Savin Hill . I was scared to enter thee place at first because of my color (I'm Italian) and so i would go in with my off the boat Irish friends. Its not really nice inside but the pints of Guiness are the cheapest and the best in the city , I think they are $3 or $3.50 a pint. Its waiting for some Irish to really invest in it and make it as nice as the Banshee.
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    O'Shea's Olde Inn in West Dennis and Doyle's cafe in JP. Two of the best in NE.

     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    PLease dont recomend Mr Dooleys !!! The less people in there the more I enjoy my corner down the back....Giddy Giddy !!!
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Doyles in JP, matt murphys brookline,
     
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    What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Had a great time many St Patty's days ago at Mr Dooley's downtown Boston. Back home my way, Vaughn's Public House on Pratt Street in Hartford has the best Guiness in CT hands down.
     
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