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Best Irish Pubs in New England (Not Including Boston)?

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I have a lot of favorite Irish pubs in the Boston area, including O'Leary's in Brookline, The Druid in Cambridge, and Kitty O'Shea's in downtown Boston, but other than perhaps the Old Timer Restaurant in Clinton, I haven't been to many decent ones outside of the Boston area. Can anyone suggest some Irish pubs elsewhere in New England that are worth going to? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 2/6/08 by hiddenboston)

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KD wrote:
Half Door in Hartford, CT, Vaughan's Public House in Hartford CT, McKinnon's in Hartford, CT
(Posted on 2/22/08)

CB wrote:
Shannon Door, North Conway. (Jackson, actually. -ED)
(Posted on 5/18/09)

John wrote:
I like the Wild Rover Pub in Manchester, NH.
(Posted on 5/18/09)

HM wrote:
Molly Malone's Irish Tavern located in Portsmouth, NH is an excellent location for Irish cuisine, pub grub and entertainment, check online.
(Posted on 8/9/09)

John Read wrote:
Liam Maguire's in Falmouth, Cape Cod. The service varies but the food is consistently good.
(Posted on 10/5/09)

JJ wrote:
The Chieftain, Rte. 1 in Plainville, MA.
(Posted on 10/6/09)

Stacy Woods wrote:
Liam Maguires in Falmouth and O'Connors' Restaurant & Pub Worcester - excellent food and beer menu. Enormous bar with sports on at all times.
(Posted on 3/3/11)

Druid52 wrote:
The Bailey. Brant Rock (Marshfield) MA Best Guinness anywhere.
(Posted on 3/3/11)

GC wrote:
Half Door in Hartford, CT.
(Posted on 3/4/11)

JKC wrote:
Portland has some great Irish Pubs... Brian Boru, The Snug, RiRa, and Bull Feeney's standout, and they are all different, from the neighborhood feel at The Snug to the larger and often raucous RiRa and Bull Feeney's. Portland is a great place to get your irish on!
(Posted on 3/4/11)

Erika J wrote:
RiRa's in Burlington, VT is delicious :)
www.findingthethyme.blogspot.com
(Posted on 3/15/11)

CAC wrote:
Tommy Doyle's In Kendall or Harvard Square =)
(Posted on 3/16/11)

ES wrote:
Love Harrington's in Wakefield, Mass. The Guinness stew is delish.
(Posted on 8/3/11)

csg wrote:
The Bailey in Brant Rock area of Marshfield.
(Posted on 8/4/11)

Siobhan wrote:
The Tinker's Son, Rt. 123, Norwell Center
www.thetinkersson.com
Trad Sessions on Wed 7-10pm and at Sunday brunch 11am-2pm
(Posted on 3/12/12)

mike wrote:
anna liffeys in new haven, ct
(Posted on 3/21/12)

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