Top of the morning to you and Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Are you prepared to celebrate all things Irish? Whether you want to revel in your Irish roots or just enjoy the festivities here are some of our favorite spots for you to celebrate today.
From 4-8pm our very own Bob Malcolm will be performing Irish music, toasts and sing-a-longs at 164 Main Street, Falmouth. For over, 40 years the Quarterdeck has been a local hotspot offering delicious food and cocktails. Much of the interior has been salvaged from Macdougalls’s Boatyard in Falmouth Harbor.
- Location: 164 Main Street, Falmouth, MA
- Contact: 508.548.9900/http://www.qdfalmouth.com/
On Route 28. in West Dennis you will find O’Sheas Olde Inne. After walking through the frontt door you might think you have an entered one of the best pubs in Ireland. From 2-4:15pm Dave Hickey will be playing, with The Rare Old Times up next from 4:15-8:15, followed by the The Skiffs with Sean Brennan, Kathy Taylor, and Robert Dunlap to keep the Irish tunes flowing until midnight.
- Location: 348 Main Street, West Dennis, MA
- Contact: 508.398.8887/http://www.osheasoldeinne.com/index.html
The South Coast
Enjoy the classic bangers and mash meal or anything off the Irish Faire menu from 11:30am-9pm today along with your favorite from their wide selection of 78 craft beers on tap. Live music from 2-9pm will get you dancing and singing, while the beer keeps flowing which makes Flynn’s Irish Pub a go to for celebrating today! Not in Cedarville, but Flynn’s Irish Pub sounds like the place you want be? Check out their other locations in Mansfield and Sagamore.
- Location: 2240 State Road, Cedarville, MA
- Contact: 508.888.0041/http://www.gotoflynns.com/
Their doors will be opening at 12pm today, so if you are in the area come celebrate at the South Coast’s most popular Irish pub. Grab a perfectly poured pint of Guinness and take a look at their full Irish menu, including their famous corned beef and cabbage. If you are busy during the day, make sure to go by at 8pm because you don’t want to miss out on their Bag Pipe session.
- Location: 34 Union Street, New Bedford, MA
- Contact: 508.994.3355/Facebook
Pouring pints in the South End for 105 years, J.J. Foley’s Cafe claims the title of the oldest family-
run Irish pub in town. If you choose to go to J.J. Foley’s Cafe today, as soon as you walk in you will feel like you are in an authentic Irish pub, while you get a real sense of the history of post-modern Boston. Make sure to go hungry because the special menu for today is something you won’t want to miss.
- Location: 117 E Berkeley Street, Boston, MA
- Contact: 617.728.9101/http://www.jjfoleyscafe.com/
A dark woodwork bar, stained glass details, and often crowded community atmosphere you’d
expect from a classic Boston Irish pub is why Boston Magazine calls the L Street Tavern one of Boston’s Best Irish Pubs. It may look familiar to you because the Oscar winning movie, Good Will Hunting, had multiple scenes inside this bar.
- Location: 658 E. 8th Street, South Boston, MA
- Contact: 617.268.4335/Facebook Page
In the heart of Cambridge’s Inman Square, the Druid resembles an authentic real Irish pub. With one of the best pints of Guinness, award winning food, and service the Druid is a hotspot in Cambridge, especially today. From noon to 2am come in for a true Irish afternoon/night of fun and frolics.
- Location: 1357 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA
- Contact: 617.497.0965/http://www.druidpub.com/
Founded in 1966 by the Irish musicians Tommy McCarthy and Lousise Costello, the Burren, is a truly unique place where people can gather to enjoy a drink, the warmth of good friends, and the excitement of live traditional music. The Burren also has a back room, where you can enjoy the St. Patrick’s variety show this afternoon, which is traditional Irish tunes, ballads, stories, & Dancing whole feasting on a traditional Irish meal, followed by the Burren Sharmock Cake. Tickets are still available for the 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm shows.
- Location: 247 Elm Street, Davis Square, Somerville, MA
- Contact: 617.776.6896/http://www.burren.com/index.html
If you are thinking about relocating or purchasing a home, grab a pint of Guinness and some chips with one of our helpful leprechaun agents, and we’ll use some luck of the Irish to help as we find your dream home. Give us a call at 508.648.6861.