Raise a glass: These are the top 10 Irish bars in Boston, according to Yelp

BOSTON — Irish bars and pubs can be found in almost every city, but Boston’s strong population of Irish immigrants makes it a popular place to grab a pint and have some corned beef and cabbage.

If you’re planning on celebrating St. Patrick’s Day this weekend, these are the top 10 Irish bars in Boston, according to Yelp:

1. The Dubliner

Located at 2 Center Plz in Boston, The Dubliner is a classic European-style watering hole with pub grub, beer & Sunday roasts, plus live music.

2. A.T. O’Keeffe’s

A.T. O’Keeffe’s one of the oldest sports bars in America is open again in the Back Bay! Formerly known as McGreevy’s, A.T. O’Keeffe’s brings great drinks and the lively scene in the heart of the Back Bay.

3. The Druid

The Druid Pub at 1357 Cambridge Street in Cambridge ranked third on Yelps list of 25 best Irish pubs across the United States and Canada, earning high praise for their brews and bites.

4. Biddy Early’s

Located at 141 Pearl Street in Boston, this Irish Pub dishes up comfort food along with pitchers of beer.

5. Mr. Dooley’s

Nestled in the heart of the financial district, Dooley’s has won “Boston’s Best Burgers” and Cheap Eats’ “Best of Boston” and citywide acclaim for their authentic Irish Breakfast.

6. The Black Rose

The Black Rose is located at 160 State Street just steps away from Faneuil Hall. The Black Rose has been serving up perfect pints of Guinness and traditional Irish fare 365 days a year since 1976.

7. Emmet’s Irish Pub & Restaurant

Emmets Irish Pub and Restaurant is a little bit of Ireland on Beacon Hill. This classic Irish alehouse is located at 6 Beacon St and supply pints of Guinness and other draft beers.

8. Durty Nelly’s

This two-story bar nestled on Blackstone Street serves as a lifeline to Haymarket, Boston’s oldest surviving marketplace.

9. Eire Pub

Located in the heart of one of Boston’s oldest neighborhoods, the Eire Pub has been a fixture for over 50 years. Originally opened as a traditional “Men’s Bar” the Eire has evolved into a world-class eating and drinking establishment.

10. JJ Foleys Cafe

This family-owned place is located at 117 East Berkley Street in Boston’s South End and has been offering delicious food, great drinks, and friendly service since 1909.

Enjoy your St. Patricks Day weekend!

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