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Mothers doesn't live here anymore... The Dubliner on the Delaware, new Irish Pub in New Hope, PA

cwdonald | Oct 9, 201509:19 AM     3

Mothers is no more. But rising from the ashes is an exciting new Irish bar that promises good pub grub, real trad music and a decent pint of Guinness. I was there last night and while it was slow that service was good. I just had the Jamison wings, and sweet and spicy wing sauce served on some juicy chicken pieces. Tap list is small, having Harp, Guinness, Smithwycks, Harpoon, Sam Adams, and some macro lagers. But the menu is promising. They serve a full Irish with real Irish rashers, sausage, grilled tomato, and both black and white pudding. They also have bangers and mash, and fish and chips. Menu is supposed to expand. Right now they are only open 4-12, but expect that to change. The other exciting thing is while the owners are from Dublin, they also have a bartender who is on local radio and they are fully intending to make this a live music venue. It will be interesting to see if there is an Irish session started, (there is already one across the river at Mitchell's.) But all in all very happy for this new part of the neighborhood.

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