Irish pubs and restaurants
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Food, drink, entertainment. 835 Beacon St.
"Regularly recognized as Boston's best neighborhood restaurant, Doyle's offers an unmatched mix of good food, good talk and good people."
3484 Washington St.
Contemporary American food in an Irish pub. Brunch on Saturdays and Sundays; karaoke Saturday nights.
1619 Tremont St.
Jamaica Plain (Brigham Circle)
"Great tasting food at affordable prices makes the Green Briar a perfect spot for lunch, dinner or light bites and cocktails. Join us for food and drinks on our sunny outdoor patio from May until October."
304 Washington St.
"Serving up oversized burgers and sandwiches, steaming pastas, crisp salads and a late night menu of appetizers and light bites, The Harp's menu spans tastes from across the globe."
85 Causeway St.
Downtown (North Station)
"The Irish Village is a traditional Irish pub, with some of the best pub fare, and all of your favorite beers on tap. Lunch menu is always under six bucks!"
224 Market St.
"Featuring excellent cuisine, a full bar, a warm fireplace, and cheerfull staff, James's Gate Restaurant & Pub is an excellent place to gather with family and friends to enjoy the atmosphere, food, and camaraderie."
5-11 McBride St.
"An upbeat Irish Pub & Steak House with a lively piano and martini bar that vibrates with the cheerful banter of patrons."
Brunch Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., featuring Irish breakfast, omelets, steak and eggs and more. Live piano vocalist on Sundays, noon - 3 p.m.
42 Province St.
Restaurant and Irish pub.
14 Harvard Ave.
"Matt Murphy's Pub is a first-class restaurant cozily nestled within a classic Irish pub." Sunday brunch.
14 Harvard St.
"Ned's offers something for everyone, from live traditional Irish music to the hottest dance hits in town. The bar itself is fashioned in the old Dublin style, with mahogany and church pews offering a very cosy atmosphere. The bar and barback are made from antique mantlepieces that look as if they've been there forever."
"Located on the Charles River, just outside of Boston in the Neponset Valley, The Olde Irish Alehouse serves the Dedham area's finest Irish and American cuisine. Our bar has a full complement of imported and domestic beers, ales, and wines. Great food in the restaurant and separate elegant function room. Live entertainment."
As always, Traditional Irish Music followed by Live Irish Music every Saturday night!
Sunday mornings - Irish & American breakfast buffet served from 9AM to 1PM
2 Bridge St. (Rte. 109)
Irish food and beer, live traditional Irish music seven nights a week.
240 Moody St.
710 Boylston St.
"Some say there’s no restaurant in the city with good food, great service, and a fun and stylish atmosphere. We say that;s a bunch of Blarney! Serving seasonal American cuisine indoors and out 7 days a week from 11am - 11pm, and Sunday brunch from 11am – 3pm, the Blarney Stone also delivers a happening bar scene until 1am every night."
Sunday brunch: Irish breakfast, omelets, pancakes, waffles and more.
1505 Dorchester Ave.
Irish food and music.
247 Elm St.
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