The Glynn Company, 160 State Street, Boston, MA 02109
617 742-2286 | blackroseboston.com
Located in downtown Boston’s Faneuil Hall Marketplace, The Black Rose is the ideal venue for a night of great Irish fun. Rightly considered one of the best Irish pubs in America, the menu features American and Irish specialties. Established in 1976, the Rose has become Boston’s most renowned Irish pub in a city acclaimed for its pubs. Live Irish music nightly with local favorites. Black Rose merchandise is available.
111 Dartmouth Street, Boston, MA 02116
617 867-4142 | brownstoneboston.com
Located on the border of Back Bay and the South End, Brownstone is named for the style and the elegance reflective of the architecture of Boston’s two neighborhoods. Serving lunch, dinner and late-night fare, Brownstone offers creative, comfort cuisine. On weekends, Chef Michael McEwen offers delectable late-night cuisine until 1:30 a.m., featuring midnight snacks of fritto misto, baked fondue and pancakes and eggs from the brunch menu. Brownstone is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week from 11:00 a.m. – 2 a.m., serving brunch on Saturday and Sunday.
247 Elm Street, Davis Square, Somerville, MA 02144
617 776-6896 | burren.com
Top Irish musicians from around the world love to play concerts and sessions at The Burren, which The Irish Echo called “one of the most successful small venues for traditional Irish music on the east coast.” It serves lunch and dinner seven days a week and Irish breakfast Saturdays and Sundays. The Burren is accessible on the MBTA Red Line to Davis Square, and is one block from the Somerville Theater.
Clerys Bistro & Bar
113 Dartmouth Street, Boston, MA 02109
617 262-9874 | clerysboston.com
Located right at the edge of the South End and the Back Bay, Clery’s Bistro & Bar is just blocks from Copley Place, the Hynes Convention Center and Boston’s main shopping district. The restaurant features New England seafood, Angus steaks, pasta, pizza, sandwiches and 16 ounce draught beers. On Sunday it features an all-you-can-eat brunch. Open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m.
173 Milk Street, Boston, MA 02109
617 451-7415 | coogansboston.com
Housed in an authentic federal-style building from the early 19th century and a designated Boston historical landmark, Coogan’s features delicious meals daily and live entertainment at night from Thursday through Saturday. Open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m., Coogan’s is within blocks of other Irish pubs like Jose McIntyre’s, the Black Rose and the Purple Shamrock.
Cuffs at Back Bay Hotel
350 Stuart Street, Boston, MA 02116
617 266-7200 | doylecollection.com
Cuffs is an exciting Irish bar located in Boston’s Back Bay at the Irish-owned Back Bay Hotel. Meet your friends in the spacious, contemporary bar or find a cozy corner to call your own. Cuffs is ideal place for a pint or an appetizing snack from the bar menu.
955 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02115
617 421-1818 | dillonsboston.com
Dillon’s transports patrons back to the days of speakeasies and swing music. Accented by dark bamboo woodwork and large banana fans, the only thing missing are the Flappers. Relax with a Candy Apple Martini in the warmly lit lounge. Then retire to the dining room where you can peruse the eclectic menu featuring everything from Barbequed Duck Quesadillas to Lobster Ravioli served with a tomato-brandy cream sauce.
Fiddlers' Green is the resident pub and restaurant located within the Worcester Hibernian Cultural Centre. Serving a wide variety of food and beverage, Fiddlers' Green has a friendly neighborhood atmosphere and a warm welcome for all. Also, great live music during the week as well as karaoke and trivia. Free adjacement parking lot, dance floor and stage, chair lift for handicap accessiblity.
780 Morrissey Boulevard, Dorchester, MA 02125
617-282-7700 | freeporttavern.com
The Freeport Tavern at the Ramada Inn and Comfort Inn, is a great gathering spot for locals and visitors alike. It's got an amazing brunch every Sunday and a great menu during the week, plus music and DJs Wednesday through Saturday. The Freeport Tavern is on the premises with Boston Bowl, Boston's best 24-hour bowling, complete with a pool room, game room, batting cages and more!
170 Milk Street,
Boston, MA 02109
617-449-7110 | granarytavern.com
This exciting new restaurant opened in summer 2012, overlooking the Rose Kennedy Greenway. The 250 seat restaurant combines elements from the historic building, such as granite blocks and exposed beams, with contemporary lighting, design and function. The Granary Tavern is part of the Glynn Hospitality Group, glynnhospitalitygroup.com a family owned company that includes some of the city’s most popular pubs and restaurants. See Granary menu.
150 Canal Street, Boston, MA 02114
617 722-0161 | hurricaneoreillysboston.com
Hurricane O’Reilly’s is Boston’s newest Irish pub with a New Orleans twist. Located near the Fleet Center in Boston’s active North End, the pub is owned and operated by the Glynn Group, who have launched some of Boston’s most popular venues including The Black Rose, The Purple Shamrock, Coogan’s, Clery’s, and Jose McIntyre’s. Enjoy the coziness and comfort of an Irish pub with the flair and fun of a French Quarter saloon.
160 Milk Street, Boston, MA 02109
617 451-9460 | josemcintyresboston.com
Boston’s only Irish Mexican cantina is located right in the downtown financial district. Open daily from 11:00 a.m to 2:00 a.m., Jose McIntyre’s two floors feature dining areas, three bars, pool tables and your favorite music. Whether you prefer a margarita or Guinness, a quesadilla or a corned beef sandwich, Jose McIntyre’s is a great place to unwind.
60 School Street, Boston, MA 02108
617 227-8600 | bostonomniparker.com
Located between the State House and City Hall, the Last Hurrah has been the gathering place for Boston’s colorful political pantheon for almost 150 years. The comfortable bar, part of the famous Omni Parker House Hotel, takes its name from Edwin O’Connor’s acclaimed novel about James Michael Curley, the legendary Irish pol known affectionately as the Rascal King and the Purple Shamrock.
240 Moody Street, Waltham, MA 02453
781 647 0679 | theskellig.com
Following the success of The Burren, The Skellig is the creation of traditional Irish musicians Tommy McCarthy and Louise Costello. The sister pub of The Burren, The Skellig has live traditional Irish music seven nights a week lunch and dinner seven days a week and Irish breakfast Saturdays and Sundays. The Skellig is on the Commuter Rail from Porter Sq. The trip takes approx. 12 minutes: Monday-Friday Outbound: every 20 minutes.
60 State Street, Boston, MA, 02109
617 531-8200 | sterlingsboston.com
Sterling’s has a crafted cocktail-centric concept that has been described as having a classically hip ambiance with refined swagger. Nothing comparable in the local scene, the venue attracts the well-heeled and professional clientele in the building but the vast patio overlooking Faneuil Hall will be just as appealing to those in flip-flops and t-shirts. Regardless of the seat you grab genuine hospitality is always what you receive!
18 Atlantic Avenue, Marblehead
The charming seashore town of Marblehead, north of Boston, now has one of the finest Irish restaurants in Massachusetts. Tasteful Irish music and original art by painter David O’Docherty give the restaurant an authentic and comfortable ambiance that recalls the best of Irish and American hospitality. The food is prepared by owner and chef Phil Sweeney, Jr., and features fresh, inventive cuisine that is reasonably priced and delicious.