Legendary Irish Pubs In the U.S
The Irish are popular for their love of the bottle. This is why the most recognized Irish brand is Guinness. Now during the late 17th to 18th century, they migrated in their numbers of the New World (read America). They brought with them their cultures and traditions, one of them being beer drinking. It is therefore no surprise that across United States, there are thousands of Irish pubs to cater for this market.
For those of us that are not Irish, we are always enamored by their ability to take in alcohol. Why don't you start by visiting their pubs...and maybe, just maybe, you will learn a thing or two? Below are the best legendary Irish pubs in America.
1. McSorley's Old Ale House
This is an ancient establishment that dates back to 1854. A more interesting tale of the pub is that women were not allowed in here until 1979. You are welcome to enjoy Irish music and beers here. It is located at 15 East 7th Street, New York.
2. Fado Irish Bar
This is a landmark Irish establishment that not only serves great Irish beers and snacks, but also has Irish entertainment lined up throughout the week. It is the premier Irish pub in Chicago. It is located at 100 W Grand Avenue, Chicago.
3. Kitty O'Sheas
This is especially a nice place to visit during the St. Patrick's Day. It is located at 131 State Street in Boston.
4. McGillin's Olde Ale House
Since 1860's, this establishment has served its Irish patrons well. Today, it welcomes even the non-Irish to come and sample some of Ireland's best customs, music, and beers. It is located at 1310 Drury Street, Philadelphia.
5. The Black Rose
This is located just a few minutes' walk from Faneuil Hall in Boston. Music and beers are the prime business of the establishment, but you will get a bonus in the snacks such as corned beef sandwiches, fish and chips, clam chowder and lobster rolls.
A visit to any of the above establishment will give you insights into why the Irish are still the most interesting people in the world. Who knows...you might a hot blonde date in the pubs...how about that, huh?