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The Green Guide

Tired of indiscriminate boozing and tepid corned beef on St. Patrick's Day? Fight back with our picks for raucous Celtic bands, a 30-bar drink-athon, Gaelic steak — and old-school pubs where the pints are ordered with a brogue.

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If You a Seek a Bona Fide Irish Experience...


Failte Irish Whiskey Bar  

Failte Irish Whiskey Bar
Failte, pronounced "FALL-cha," means "welcome" in Irish. Try to remember that after you’ve "sampled" your fourth whiskey. And please don’t attempt to try them all the bar has over 30 different kinds imported from the motherland.

Kennedy's
A central fireplace, familial barkeeps, and shepherd’s pie draws Irish natives and brogue-lovers alike. Lydia Hearst-Shaw told Grub Street it was one of her favorite places. I'm a good little Irish girl. My dad goes there almost every day.

Irish New York Walking Tour
Did you know the Puck Building has a distasteful connection to Irish history? Find out why on the Irish Heritage Walking Tour, an on-foot recounting of immigrant struggles with stops at Foley Square, St. Paul's Chapel, and the city's first slums (in what is now Nolita).


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