With an Irish name like “Patrick Flanigan” it is safe to say
that I often end up in a pub. The
downtown and surrounding areas have some of the best pubs in
One of my favorite Irish pubs in downtown is The Dubliner located at
They pour Guinness properly and serve pub fare as well as entrees. On weekends, the Dubliner has live music. Tuesdays are trivia nights where they offer happy hour prices ($4 pints/wells and ½ price appetizers) until close. Amidst the hanging flags of all the Irish counties are 9 big screen TV’s where you can catch the local teams as well as European
soccer (football) or rugby.
Seven blocks East on
They don’t offer entrees, but their pub fare has a wide selection including sandwiches, salads, burgers, and appetizers. The pub itself is not as open as the Dubliner and has more nooks and crannies for seating. There are plenty of flatscreens to catch the European sports such as soccer and rugby, or the local teams.
When I first moved to
Another pub that is worth mentioning is located in the
There are more pubs in other areas of town, but The
Dubliner, Tigin, McGurk’s, and The Scottish Arms are the ones where I enjoy
taking friends who are visiting