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If You Want to Trek to an Irish Neighborhood...


Cuckoo’s Nest  

Cuckoo’s Nest
Some two hundred years after Manhattan saw the initial influx of Emerald Islers, Woodside is still a proud holdover of old Irish America. And the understated Cuckoo’s Nest — a kitsch-free pub with dark-wood walls and exposed beams — is quintessentially Woodside.

An Beal Bocht Café
With newspaper clippings and weathered photographs plastered on the walls, An Beal Bocht has stood as a living testament to Riverdale’s Irish heritage since 1991.

Donovan's Pub
The charbroiled, fried-onion-topped burger flipped at this brogue-luring Roosevelt Avenue mainstay is Cheap Eats–approved, and the fat patty only tastes better when paired with a pint (or three) of Guinness.


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