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The Best Boston Area Pubs to Visit on St. Patrick’s Day – Part 1

admin on February 28, 2017 - 9:00 am in Around Town, Featured
It is well known that there are many people with Irish ancestry living in the Boston area. This has resulted in an abundance of Irish pubs scattered throughout the city. In fact, one website indicates that there are nearly one hundred Irish pubs in the area. However, not every Irish pub is created equally. When it comes to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, you want to celebrate in the best pubs you can find! Here are some of our favorites:

Mr. Dooley’s Boston Tavern

Mr. Dooley’s Boston Tavern is one of the places that should top your list to spend St. Patrick’s Day. Located on Broad Street, it is also a convenient choice since it is only a six-minute walk from the Devonshire Apartments. This bar is focused on hospitality and desires to make all the guests at the pub feel welcomed. Mr. Dooley’s also has entertainment every night, and St. Patrick’s Day will be no exception.

The Black Rose

The Black Rose, one of the busiest Irish pubs in Boston, is another great choice for St. Patrick’s Day. As part of the festivities, the pub plans to begin their entertainment at 2 PM and will have two acts playing at once, the Irish Descendants and the Celtic Clan. The pub is fairly large and one band will be playing upstairs and the other will be playing downstairs. The Black Rose is also a convenient choice from the Devonshire Apartments since it is located on State Street and is only a five-minute walk.

Ned Devine’s

Ned Devine’s, which is located at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, is another great Irish pub to spend St. Patrick’s Day. It is also convenient to the Devonshire Apartments and is only a six-minute walk. On St. Patrick’s Day, the band Sparks the Night will be performing. It is also Lady’s Night, which means there will be no cover charge for women who show up before 10 PM. They also have a great menu that features pub classics such as hamburgers, as well as traditional Irish dishes such as shepherd’s pie.

The Kinsale Irish Pub & Restaurant

Located at Government Center, The Kinsale Irish Pub & Restaurant is another fun place to spend St. Patrick’s Day. Government Center is close to the Devonshire Apartments, which means that the pub is only a four-minute walk. Besides offering a friendly neighborhood environment, this pub is also known for its food. The menu offers an upscale take on traditional pub food and also has some Irish favorites, such as bangers and mash and beef stew made with Guinness beer. This year, consider spending St. Patrick’s Day in a Boston-area Irish pub. All of these examples are great choices not only for their traditional Irish atmosphere, but also because they’re all conveniently located near the Devonshire Apartments. Stay tuned for Part 2, which will feature even more pubs to visit on St. Patrick’s Day!

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