Ten Best Irish Pubs & Restaurants in South Florida
2. Tim Finnegan's Irish Pub
Tucked away in an unassuming plaza south of Delray Beach's thriving downtown restaurant scene rests a little piece of the Emerald Isle. Tim Finnegan's is a good, honest bar for the good, honest drinking man/woman. It's the kind of place where a single lady can feel comfortable settling in for a pint, without fear of a pack of horny brahs spilling their Irish car bombs on her as they race to get absolutely shit-faced before the end of happy hour. Friendly staff, live Celtic music, and fair prices: It's like a little pot of gold at the end of Delray's rainbow.
1. The Field Irish Pub & Eatery
The Field, on Griffin Road in Hollywood, could never pass as a hole in the wall, but there's something cozy about it that warms the cockles of the heart. The interior is outfitted with gleaming wood surfaces, a fireplace, and room after room filled with dog-eared books, weathered photos, and other old-timey knickknacks. Outside, a comfy patio is built around a towering Banyan tree, and leashed, well-behaved pups are invited to share your shepherd's pie or corned beef and cabbage. As a past winner of New Times' award for Best Poured Guinness in South Florida, count on the bar to supply a solid Irish brew to accompany that traditional plate of bangers and mash coming from the kitchen.
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