The Hottest Irish Pubs in Boston

Bull’s McCabe

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366 Somerville Avenue Somerville, MA

Looking for an Irish pub with live music and great food in Somerville? Bull’s McCabe is the perfect spot for a great night, no matter the day of the week. The beer is served cold witha wide selection. Don’t miss the $2 tacos on taco Tuesday, though!

 

Doyle’s Cafe

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3484 Washington Street, Jamaica Plain, Boston, MA

Whether you’re visiting the Boston Beer Company around the corner or making your rounds on a bar crawl, Doyle’s Cafe is a must-stop and a premier Irish pub in Boston. Doyle’s was the first bar to feature Boston Lager on tap and offers exclusive Samuel Adams beer tastings.

J.J. Foley’s

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117 East Berkeley Street Boston, MA

The oldest Irish pub in Boston is a flagship destinations for beer lovers. J.J Foley’s attracts patrons with more than beer–The food is delicious. The Bangers and Mash is a fan-favorite,and the beer is served cold all day and night.

L Street Tavern

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658 East 8th Street Boston MA

Good Will Hunting won an Oscar and was filmed in The L Tavern! The dark pub feel and great local and tourist crowds. This watering hole is a staple in the Boston community. The bartenders are known for making everyone feel at home and serve as great tourist guides for happenings downtown.

 

The Black Rose

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160 State Street, Boston MA

This New England pub should be dubbed New Ireland. In business for over 40 years, The Black Rose serves American and Irish food and drinks with traditional live Irish music. Don’t miss the karaoke! Come for a pint of Guinness or a cup of Irish Coffee.

 

-Allen A Garzone II, Garzone Real Estate, Inc, Boston Real Estate Agent

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