Boston Loves St. Patrick’s Day!


If you’re not in Ireland this year to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, then try to make it to Boston. There’s no other place in the states that celebrates St. Patrick’s Day like Boston! Here are a few local Irish Pubs in and around Boston that we love.
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THE BAILEY RESTAURANT AND PUB 278 Ocean Street – Marshfield, MA  781-834-7800 https://sites.google.com/site/baileypub1/ The Bailey gets its life from the Music! Bill Bailey, the proprietor, host a very popular Irish Music Show every Saturday Called The Bailey Ceili. It is based in Boston on 950 AM from 4 to 7 PM, but he streams around the world with his re-energized Irisih music!  Every Saturday Night at The Bailey it's live Irish Music, the best bands found any where in New England! Sunday, it's an Irish Session, that welcomes young and old to join in song, dance poetry, or recitation all musicians are welcome! Thursday it's The Blues!

THE BAILEY RESTAURANT AND PUB
278 Ocean Street – Marshfield, MA 781-834-7800
https://sites.google.com/site/baileypub1/
The Bailey gets its life from the Music! Bill Bailey, the proprietor, host a very popular Irish Music Show every Saturday Called The Bailey Ceili. It is based in Boston on 950 AM from 4 to 7 PM, but he streams around the world with his re-energized Irisih music!
Every Saturday Night at The Bailey it’s live Irish Music, the best bands found any where in New England! Sunday, it’s an Irish Session, that welcomes young and old to join in song, dance poetry, or recitation all musicians are welcome!
Thursday it’s The Blues!

THE SNUG 116 North Street – Hingham, MA  781-749-9774 http://www.snugpub.com/ The Snug is a pub/restaurant in Hingham that holds a traditional Irish seisiun every Monday evening. The musicians are, from left, Dan McDonald of Marshfield, fiddle; Bob Littera of Harvard, tenor banjo; Kevin Weston of Lakeville, guitar; Donpaul Nogueira of Weymouth, Irish flute; and Mary Nuhibian of Norfolk, the tin whistle.

THE SNUG
116 North Street – Hingham, MA 781-749-9774
http://www.snugpub.com/
The Snug is a pub/restaurant in Hingham that holds a traditional Irish seisiun every Monday evening. The musicians are, from left, Dan McDonald of Marshfield, fiddle; Bob Littera of Harvard, tenor banjo; Kevin Weston of Lakeville, guitar; Donpaul Nogueira of Weymouth, Irish flute; and Mary Nuhibian of Norfolk, the tin whistle.

PLOUGH & STARS 912 Massachusetts Avenue – Boston, MA http://www.ploughandstars.com/about.htm The spiritual forefather of Greater Boston's thriving Irish pub business, the Plough has been going for some 30 years. In the daytime, it offers the best pub grub in town. At night, the tiny bar is transformed into a hotbed of clashing elbows and live music. Your chances of meeting a novelist just went up by 90%.

PLOUGH & STARS
912 Massachusetts Avenue – Boston, MA
http://www.ploughandstars.com/about.htm
The spiritual forefather of Greater Boston’s thriving Irish pub business, the Plough has been going for some 30 years. In the daytime, it offers the best pub grub in town. At night, the tiny bar is transformed into a hotbed of clashing elbows and live music. Your chances of meeting a novelist just went up by 90%.

.J. FOLEY’S 117 East Berkeley Street – Boston, MA   http://www.jjfoleyscafe.com/default.aspx Family-owned and operated since 1909, we're located at 117 East Berkley Street in Boston’s South End.  Here at J.J. Foley’s Cafe, we pride ourselves on offering delicious food, great drinks and the friendly service that has represented our long-standing family tradition since 1909.   When you walk into J.J. Foley’s you not only feel that you are in an authentic Irish pub, but you get a real sense of the history of post-modern Boston.  While either visiting our comfortable seated dining room, great for large parties or intimate dinners, or joining us in our classic pre - prohibition bar where you can enjoy a great pint while watching your favorite sporting event or playing a friendly game of darts, there is something for everyone to enjoy at J.J. Foley's Cafe!

.J. FOLEY’S
117 East Berkeley Street – Boston, MA
http://www.jjfoleyscafe.com/default.aspx
Family-owned and operated since 1909, we’re located at 117 East Berkley Street in Boston’s South End. Here at J.J. Foley’s Cafe, we pride ourselves on offering delicious food, great drinks and the friendly service that has represented our long-standing family tradition since 1909.
When you walk into J.J. Foley’s you not only feel that you are in an authentic Irish pub, but you get a real sense of the history of post-modern Boston. While either visiting our comfortable seated dining room, great for large parties or intimate dinners, or joining us in our classic pre – prohibition bar where you can enjoy a great pint while watching your favorite sporting event or playing a friendly game of darts, there is something for everyone to enjoy at J.J. Foley’s Cafe!

BRENDAN BEHAN PUB	 378 Centre Street – Jamaica Plain, MA   617-522-5386 http://www.brendanbehanpub.com/ A darts player as seen through the front window of the Brendan Behan, a pub in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston. Bartender John Casey, a native of Ireland, says of the pub, "It's probably about as similar to something back home as you'd get around Boston."

BRENDAN BEHAN PUB
378 Centre Street – Jamaica Plain, MA 617-522-5386
http://www.brendanbehanpub.com/
A darts player as seen through the front window of the Brendan Behan, a pub in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston. Bartender John Casey, a native of Ireland, says of the pub, “It’s probably about as similar to something back home as you’d get around Boston.”

THE BLACK ROSE 160 State Street – Boston, MA  617-742-2286 http://www.blackroseboston.com/ The Black Rose is a must stop on your travels through historic Faneuil Hall – Quincy Market. Guin ness poured by staff with an authentic brogue, award winning gastronomic offerings (clam chowder, fish n’chips, homemade stews, specialty corned beef) and live music 7 nights a week; the Black Rose has all the elements of a neighbourhood pub back in the homeland but in the heart of Boston, literally steps away from the greenway and waterfront.

THE BLACK ROSE
160 State Street – Boston, MA 617-742-2286
http://www.blackroseboston.com/
The Black Rose is a must stop on your travels through historic Faneuil Hall – Quincy Market. Guin ness poured by staff with an authentic brogue, award winning gastronomic offerings (clam chowder, fish n’chips, homemade stews, specialty corned beef) and live music 7 nights a week; the Black Rose has all the elements of a neighbourhood pub back in the homeland but in the heart of Boston, literally steps away from the greenway and waterfront.

LIAM MAGUIRE’S IRISH PUB and RESTAURANT 273 Main Street – Falmouth, MA  508-548-0285 http://www.liammaguire.com/ Liam Maguire on stage on a recent Friday night at Liam Maguire's Restaurant & Pub in Falmouth Village on Cape Cod. Maguire, a close friend of Irish music legend Tommy Makem, settled here with his family and opened the pub in 1994 after decades as a touring musician.

LIAM MAGUIRE’S IRISH PUB and RESTAURANT
273 Main Street – Falmouth, MA 508-548-0285
http://www.liammaguire.com/
Liam Maguire on stage on a recent Friday night at Liam Maguire’s Restaurant & Pub in Falmouth Village on Cape Cod. Maguire, a close friend of Irish music legend Tommy Makem, settled here with his family and opened the pub in 1994 after decades as a touring musician.

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