Irish Pubs in Buenos Aires

Irish Pubs in Buenos Aires
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A few years ago Buenos Aires experienced a rapid widespread expansion of pubs, specially Irish ones. If you are in town and feel like going to an Irish pub there are a few good places you might like to check out. One of these establishments is DownTown Matías. Since it opened its doors back in 1973, it claims to have been the first pub in downtown. The are several locations, but the one I like the most is the original one, the first one that opened, located in the barrio de Retiro (map). It is...
October 20th, 2010 | Pablo Juan Augustinowicz | Read More | Comments: 1
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Harts Pub in The Rocks – Where Beer Isn’t Just Beer

Harts Pub in The Rocks – Where Beer Isn’t Just Beer
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Happy hour just got a lot classier with the recent opening of The Rocks new watering hole, Harts pub. The heritage listed building was once home to cooking treasure Margaret Fulton, but these days it’s all about the beer. The pub and its drops embrace the area’s heritage, with craft beers named after some of the vibrant personalities of the convict era. You’ll find 12 beers on tap at any one time, and they rotate monthly so you can generally sample something new. These drops are from Australia’s...
June 14th, 2010 | Lauren Katulka | Read More | Comments: 0
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The Ultimate Pub: Allen’s on the Danforth

The Ultimate Pub:  Allen’s on the Danforth
... Greektown is a “secret” garden with an enormous willow tree.  This gem of a garden belongs to Allen’s - an Irish/American pub whose roots are from the famous Joe Allen’s in New York, London, Paris and Miami. This is not your ordinary pub.  It boasts one of Toronto’s most extensive beer and scotch lists and a hamburger that ranks among the city’s best. Other notable items on the menu are: the chilled minted pea soup, wood smoked Irish salmon, the curries, and...
May 20th, 2010 | Jane Apor | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: bar, beer, burger, garden, pub, scotch

Review: Five Crowns and SideDoor in Corona del Mar

Review: Five Crowns and SideDoor in Corona del Mar
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If you want to dine in a traditional British restaurant or pub, the Five Crowns and SideDoor are great choices to meet that need.  With 45 years of experience, the Five Crowns has fine tuned both it’s food and decor to give diners as authentic an experience as possible without actually being in the U.K. We started at the Five Crowns restaurant, which is like walking into an Old World living room – burgundy, green, and tan carpeting with traditional wingback armchairs and antiques displayed...
March 31st, 2010 | Abbie Mood | Read More | Comments: 0
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Malt & Hops – Edinburgh’s Best Beer Pub

Malt & Hops – Edinburgh’s Best Beer Pub
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If you’re a beer lover and especially if you’re a real ale lover, then look no further than one of Edinburgh’s best beer pubs, the Malt and Hops. You’ve never seen so many beers – the bar is lined from one end to the other with taps of lagers, ales, cider, and everything in between.    There’s a massive wine list as well as plenty of of whiskies as well as liquers. The ambience is lovely – it’s located in The Shore, a Leith hot-spot and a great mix...
October 19th, 2009 | Andy Hayes | Read More | Comments: 3
Filed under: beer, pub, real ale

Relax at the Compass Point Inn

... reasonable rates. The unique complex includes an excellent dining room, Jake’s Piano Lounge and Steak House as well as the lively Amber Jacks pub next door where you can hear live Rock and Blues musicians from the Lower Mainland as well as guest stars. The Beer and Wine Shoppe sells a wide selection of local and imported beverages. If it’s just breakfast or snack you want, try the Garden Bistro. For fitness inclined guests, Compass Point has a fully equipped exercise facility, jacuzzi...
April 12th, 2009 | thevancouverguide | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: dining, Family Friendly, Hotels & Places to Stay, pub, rooms, spa, The Arts

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