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Here's a fun way to keep warm: Celebrate National Irish Coffee Day

Posted by Swati Gauri Sharma  January 24, 2013 04:52 PM

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National Irish Coffee Day could not have come at a better time: With temperatures below freezing on a Friday night, we sometimes need that extra push to get us out when it feels like it's single digits outside.

On Jan. 25, go out for that delicious steamy cocktail consisting of coffee, whiskey and cream. To make things easier for you, We've picked out Irish pubs in some of the neighborhoods in and around Boston. Hopefully you won't have to travel far to celebrate this very important occasion.


Note: Check in with the pub for hours and availability.


BACK BAY
Solas
710 Boylston St.
(617) 933-4803
www.solasboston.com

BRIGHTON
Green Briar
304 Washington Street
(617)789-4100
www.greenbriarpub.com

CENTRAL SQUARE
The Field

20 Prospect St, Cambridge
(617) 354-7345
www.thefieldpub.com


DORCHESTER

Banshee
934 Dorchester Ave.
(617) 436-9747
www.bansheeboston.com

DOWNTOWN BOSTON
Black Rose
160 State St, Boston
(617) 742-2286
www.irishconnection.com

INMAN SQUARE
Druid
357 Cambridge St, Cambridge
(617) 497-0965
www.druidpub.com

JAMAICA PLAIN
Doyle's
3484 Washington St
(617) 524-2345
www.doylescafeboston.com

KENMORE SQUARE
Cornwall's

654 Beacon St., Boston
(617) 262-3749
www.cornwalls.com


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