There are plenty of Irish pubs in Boston. Which ones offer quality food along with the drinks? A recent request for suggestions got Boston Chowhounds talking.

A good choice in downtown Boston is Mr. Dooley’s on Broad Street. “There is always session music, and the staples (fish and chips, shepherd’s pie, beef stew, banger and mash) are perfectly prepared,” Small Plates says. “A cut above in all respects,” lergnom agrees.

Guinness02122 recommends Shenannigans on Broadway in South Boston, as well as the Banshee in Dorchester. And phatchris mentions the Tavern at the End of the World in Charlestown for “very good food and an above average beer selection.”

In Cambridge, the Druid is a favorite choice for many hounds. “The fish and chips is the best in town,” mkfisher says.

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Mr. Dooley’s Boston Tavern [Financial District]
77 Broad Street, Boston

Shenannigans Irish Pub & Restaurant [South Boston]
332 D Street, Boston

The Banshee [Dorchester]
934 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester

Tavern at the End of the World [Charlestown]
108 Cambridge Street, Charlestown

The Druid [Inman Square]
1357 Cambridge Street, Cambridge

Discuss: Best choice for Irish Pub Food dinner – downtown or South Boston

Photo from The Druid

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