Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Drink Philly's 9 favorite Irish bars

Irish pubs are almost as plentiful here in Philadelphia as the hordes of green beer-drunk fools bused in on St. Patrick's Day to drink at them. And that shouldn't come as a surprise, since the Gaelic tradition of enjoying good whiskey and a beer goes back centuries. In no particular order, here DrinkPhilly.com presents its picks for the city's best Irish bars.

Drink Philly's 9 favorite Irish bars

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Irish pubs are almost as plentiful here in Philadelphia as the hordes of green-beer-drunk fools bused in on St. Patrick’s Day to drink at them.

And that shouldn’t come as a surprise, since the Gaelic tradition of enjoying good whiskey and a beer goes back centuries. In no particular order, here DrinkPhilly.com presents its picks for the city’s best Irish bars.

DrinkPhilly.com, a free online publication, helps users find happy hours, drink specials, and drinking-related events in and around Philadelphia. Check it out at DrinkPhilly.com and @drinkphilly.

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