Located close to the world-famous Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, The Lansdowne Irish Pub is famed for its live music, open mic nights and cover bands. The Lansdowne is also famous for its oysters with oyster evenings and offers a regular occurrence in the bar. The Lansdowne does much more than oyster’s though, and the great pub grub on offer is certainly worth checking out when visiting Boston.
Paddy O’s is a busy sports bar in the Faneuil Hall district of Boston. Paddy O’s has all the traits of a good Irish pub, complete with cosy snugs, wooden features and natural stone pillars. The bar also comes complete with a full stage which caters to everything from traditional Irish sessions through to Boston’s hottest rock bands, so be sure to check what’s on when you’re in town. By day the bar is popular with sports enthusiasts looking to watch the latest action on the 100″ projectors in the bar, but by night, the sound of DJ’s transforms Paddy O’s into a vibrant nightclub.
This traditional, family-run Irish pub is located in the centre of Downtown Boston, getting about its business with minimal fuss. If you want to experience a warm Boston Irish welcome, with tasty pub grub, and a good selection of drinks, then J.J. Foley’s has you covered. With a tiled floor, wooden interior and jukebox on the wall, J.J Foley’s could easily transport from Boston to any part of Ireland and fit in seamlessly.
With live music seven nights a week, The Black Rose is one of Boston’s premier Irish pubs and has been serving tourists and locals alike since 1976. Referred to as “The Fenway Park of Irish Pubs” by the Boston Globe, that tells you everything about the high regard with which The Black Rose is held. The friendly staff, hearty food, and top notch pint of Guinness are just some of the reasons why The Black Rose is regularly considered one of Boston’s finest Irish pubs.
MJ O’Connor’s is a modern Irish pub with two locations in Boston – Back Bay at Park Plaza and Westin Waterfront at Summer Street. Offering an eclectic mix of Irish food and drink, and a welcome to match the beautiful wooden decor, MJ O’Connor’s is a popular hangout for Irish expats, and indeed Irish Americans who call Boston home.
Located in the heart of Boston’s historic Beacon Hill neighbourhood, Emmet’s is the perfect place to go for a bite to eat and a perfect pint, all in an authentically Irish surroundings. The Saturday afternoon traditional music sessions draw a crowd to Emmet’s, and the full Irish breakfast will answer your call on Sunday morning, should you be feeling a tad delicate from the previous evening’s entertainment.