It’s your typical Irish pub, but its location overlooking the Harbor makes this place notable. The walls are lined with windows, lending an open, airy feel and providing sweeping views. (Not that you’ll have much space or time for gazing, when the place gets packed on weekend nights.) True to their Irish roots, they’ve got largest selection of whiskey in ...
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