October 26 , 2020

New York City has lost another of its famous Irish hostelries as The Mean Fiddler will close at the

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March 21 , 2019

November 28 , 2018

November 2018 saw an historic gathering in Alexandria VA of Irish Pub operators from all over the United States and Canada , along with the respective heads of Tourism Ireland and The Irish Food Boar

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April 10 , 2018

by Siobhan Norton

I vowed I’d never become one of them. Those Irish who moved abroad and became more Irish than they’d ever been before. The type who spent we

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April 10 , 2018

The walls of the bar are covered in old art, photographs of Ireland, and yellowing posters in frames. A pair of hurleys, the flat ash stick of the Gaelic game,

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April 10 , 2018

"THERE ARE NO STRANGERS HERE, only friends you haven’t met yet” — this famous quote, widely attributed to Irish poet William Butler Yeats, must have referred

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Pub Facts

Irish Pubs, as we know them today, have been in existence since the late 1800's. That means they have survived through the British brutality in Ireland, World War I, the 1918/1919 Spanish Flu pandemic, the Great Depression, World War II and several global recessions since. So, we look forward to Irish Pubs pulling through COVID19 as strongly as ever before.