The Behan is an authentic Irish hole in the wall that offers a traditional seisiún every Saturday. The friendly atmosphere is buoyed by good music and colorful locals. Well-mannered dogs are welcome.. Read more.
The bar is a hidden gem that features a large stone fireplace with a wood fire and an Irish snug feel. A perfect place to have cozy conversations but the Gate's real treasure is the kitchen. Read more.
The Snug is a pub/restaurant in Hingham that holds a traditional Irish seisiun every Monday evening. Read more.
The Corrib Pub, in Boston's Brighton neighborhood opened in 1969. It is named for Lough Corrib in Ireland and attracts many natives of County Galway who have settled in the area. Read more.
Irish music playing in the front room as well as live music in the back room. There will also be corned beef and cabbage and other Irish favorites served all day. Read more.
A stronghold of Irish-American values, the pub has long been established as a campaign stop for politicians. Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan both visited. Great pub food is served as well. Read more.
Unofficial home of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), the Banshee is where you'll find local Irish athletes after their matches. It's also where they gather to watch just about any sporting event. Read more.
The Druid attracts folks who appreciate the arts, some serious technology-types and those who enjoy an authentic Irish pub. A small but stellar kitchen keeps them returning. Read more.
The Skellig puts traditional Celtic music front and center by placing the band in the middle of the room where they pound out tunes with an eclectic mix of instruments. Read more.