Irish bars are ideal places to enjoy your favorite drinks, and laze away the hours with friends. Today, Irish bars have become one of the popular freak-out destinations among people of all age groups in America. Almost all cities in America have at least a few Irish bars. Most of the Irish bars are theme type bars, and come adjoined with hotels, restaurants, and inns.
Among all the states in the USA, San Francisco holds the largest number of Irish bars. Little Shamrock, Shannon Arms, and Molly Malone’s Irish Pub are some of the frequently visited bars in San Francisco. The Auld Dubliner, O’Brien’s on Wilshire, Finn McCool’s, Tom Bergin’s, Patrick Molloy’s, Sonny McLean’s, McMurphy’s Tavern, Irish Times, and T.S. McHugh’s Irish Pub and Restaurant are some of the famous Irish bars in other major cities in America. You have smoking and non-smoking Irish bars.
Without an assorted selection of Irish whiskey no Irish bar is complete. Irish whiskey is considered one the earliest distilled beverages. Bushmills, Jameson Whiskey,
John Powers and Sons, Middleton, Tullamore Dew, Clontarf, Locke’s, Kilbeggen, Dunphys, Kanppogue, Red Breast, Coleraine, Cooley, Crested Ten, Inishowen, Magilligan, and Tyrconnell are some of the brands of Irish whiskey. Among these Jameson, Connemara, Tullamore Dew, and Tyrconnell are considered the most standard Irish whiskeys. Other than Irish whiskey, Irish bars are also the best destinations to taste world quality shandy.
Most Irish bars serve a range of traditional Irish fares for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. Famous Irish delicacies like Irish stew, Ulster fry, and champ can be tasted in most of the Irish bars in America. Apart from Irish delicacies, the Irish bars also serve an array of appetizers, salads, and sandwiches.
Irish bars are the best places where repertoire music ranging from traditional Irish music to popular rock and jazz can be enjoyed with your drinks. Some, Irish bars also provide facilities for banquets, parties, and celebrations.
An Irish bar is not only a place to satisfy your thirst, but also an Irish cultural center. There is no better way to feel the depth of Irish culture than to visit an Irish bar.