Great Date Night!

Feature: Great Date Night! There are so many date spots in NYC but how many have a killer speakeasy right upstairs for an after dinner drink?  If you’re looking for an intimate evening, whether it’s a first date, 20th date or a celebration of any kind just keep reading, these places are for you. We … Continue reading “Great Date Night!”

Hoboken St. Patrick’s Day 2014

Looking for the best deals in Hoboken for Hoboken St Patty’s Day? Here’s a list of some of the best spots to hit while you’re out this year. Wicked Wolf Tavern: Opening at 8am. Bottomless Breakfast, $1 Beers and 1/2 Off Shots. Tickets are $10 (http://buyblitztickets.com/tHfiX) includes entrance and all you can eat breakfast buffet. DJs … Continue reading “Hoboken St. Patrick’s Day 2014”

Top Irish Pubs in San Diego

While San Diego isn’t exactly Dublin, there’s no shortage of great Irish pubs to celebrate St. Patricks Day this weekend. Whether you’re celebrating your Irish heritage or pretending to be Irish for the holidays’ drinking festivities be sure to check out one (or all) of our Top Irish Pubs in San Diego. You can find that perfect … Continue reading “Top Irish Pubs in San Diego”

Top 5 Irish Pubs in Dallas

Everyone is Irish on St. Patricks Day, and what better way to celebrate your Irish heritage (or lack there of) than at one of Dallas’ top Irish Pubs. Whether you’re looking for that perfect pint of Guinness, your favorite Irish Whiskey, the atmosphere of an actual Irish Pub or your favorite Irish dish, you can … Continue reading “Top 5 Irish Pubs in Dallas”

St Paddy’s Day in Seattle

The St Patrick’s Day parade is 3/16 and starts at 12:30 it runs along 4th Avenue between Jefferson and Seattle Center featuring bagpipers, pirates, drill teams, Irish dancers, bands and more.  The parade route ends at Seattle Center, which is where the Seattle Irish Festival takes place. The festival has lots of vendors with Irish merchandise, … Continue reading “St Paddy’s Day in Seattle”

10 of Boston’s St. Paddy’s Day Celebrations

It’s that time of year of again, when the Guinness is flowing and the Jameson is pouring. To recite, “Everyone’s Irish on St. Paddy’s Day,” the same can be said of Boston’s bars as large influxes from the Greater Commonwealth of Massachusetts come rushing in to celebrate the green event. While the bars we’ve selected … Continue reading “10 of Boston’s St. Paddy’s Day Celebrations”

Can’t miss Guinness spots in Seattle

Gearing up for St. Patrick’s Day and looking for the dark stuff poured properly?  Here is a guide to some in Seattle who do it right.   Remember a proper Guinness will take a few minutes to pour. Buckley’s in Belltown – Located in the historic Duke apartment building, Buckley’s is a neighborhood restaurant and pub.  Their other … Continue reading “Can’t miss Guinness spots in Seattle”

Can’t miss Guinness spots in Minneapolis/St Paul

Guinness is something that can’t be rushed if your looking for a perfect pint.  Remember it takes a few minutes to pour..a proper one that is.  Here are some must visit spots in Minneapolis/St. Paul for the dark stuff. Minneapolis Brit’s Pub – For over 20 years they have been Minneapolis’s own little corner of the … Continue reading “Can’t miss Guinness spots in Minneapolis/St Paul”

Can’t Miss Guinness spots in Austin

Warming up for your St Patrick’s Day celebration?  Why not start with a perfect pint of Guinness.  If you are interested in the dark stuff here are some must stops in Austin.  Remember a proper Guinness takes a few minutes. B.D Riley’s – Head here to visit and experience the true feel of Ireland and the … Continue reading “Can’t Miss Guinness spots in Austin”

Can’t miss Guinness spots in Denver

With St Patrick’s Day around the corner we wanted to share some joints that serve a proper pint of Guinness.  Check out some of their killer Happy Hour specials too.  Remember a good Guinness takes a little time. Dougherty’s Neighborhood Pub – Conveniently located on Ellsworth and Lincoln. Doughterty’s Restaurant & Pub is one the best … Continue reading “Can’t miss Guinness spots in Denver”