Many pubs give a menu that combines Irish favorites and American cuisine. Although, one of the best Irish pubs in Boston, you would love to avoid this dish.
Ireland is a literal island where plenty of seafood can be enjoyed, and if you're near the coast, you should sample the fish.
A shot of whiskey and Irish cream downed into a pint of Guinness sounds such a delightful way to start a party, but this drink, called the Irish Car Bomb, is not a good idea.
Some folks who usually stick to vodka, tequila cocktails, or domestic beers think they won't be fans of whiskey or Irish beers but often rave about how much they love them.
Avoid ordering an American beer while in Rome. Try something Irish! Any good Irish pub will have excellent Irish beers to try and sample.
Pogash makes no bones about it, if you are in an Irish pub, you get the coveted beer. A shot of Guinness and Irish whiskey to wash down a generous helping of fish & chips.
This classic dish is a favorite in most Irish pubs, but Debenedetto says it's essential to make sure the fish is battered in house, and not bought frozen and reheated.
Whisk with an easy mixer. A tried and great classic is a Jameson and Ginger Ale, although a Jameson is very partial to black barrels and sodas.
An Irish pub isn't the place to order a complicated drink. However, it's always good to understand where you are and order accordingly.
If you have yet to try a toddy or Irish coffee create to order, most bartenders at Irish pubs will be more than thrilled to pour you a hot drink. The Hot Toddy is created with Irish whiskey, hot water, lemon, honey, and cloves.
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