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In these days, when almost every restaurateur will tell you he’s trying to run a "neighborhood place," Baile Corcaigh achieves that feel - even if many of the patrons travel far to get there. The restaurant serves spuds in leek pie, Connemara broth, Irish stew, and fish and chips. What this place does with humble root vegetables is impressive.
Irish pubs, which have long been a feature of the American drinking scene, have become a worldwide phenomenon, flourishing in such unlikely venues as Moscow and Tokyo. And so it makes sense that the Blarney Stone's everyday menu is all-American pub grub. The Susie-Q-Fish & Chips dinner ($10.95) is based on the original recipe of the celebrated drive-in restaurant. Burton fries his freshly-cut scrod encased in a secret-recipe batter that emerges as a thick, crispy but surprisingly light crust, accompanied by house-made tartar sauce and Susie's vinegar-based cole slaw. Try the order of five flavorful burger sliders ($5.95) - with pickles, onions and a tomato-mustard sauce. There are 10 other burger varieties, including, again for the health-conscious, bison or turkey.
Home of the "Champion Burger," a 5lb burger challene. If you can eat it in 45 minutes, it's free and your name goes on the Wall of Fame. If you can beat the current champion your, name will go on our Championship Belt. This is a great place just to hang out or party with your friends. We have great food and even better drink prices. So come in once and you will leave feeling like a regular. Bring your family or just your self because our staff will make you feel at home.
From the best pint outside of Dublin to a cozy meal by the fireplace. Traditional Irish food and live music six nights a week. Shepherds pie, Irish stew, sandwiches and salads. Irish breakfast on Sundays.

Old standby Irish pub a block from City Hall downtown. Dark, cavernous interior. American pub fare.

You can find John Cowley & Sons Pub, and Coolhenry Dining in the heart of downtown Farmington. Our family and staff are proud to be your host. Since 1972 the family has been offering guests Irish hospitality, great food and entertainment at the corner of Grand River and Farmington Road.
Good food and good times. Beautiful interior and pleasant atmosphere, with all chicken, burgers and steak cooked over an open flame. An extensive list of sandwiches and appetizers, too. Come sing along with your favorite Irish entertainment on Fridays. Saturdays offer the best live local bands and DJs. Twelve TVs surround you, so you'll never miss a Red Wings' play or any other sporting events. Try one of our signature shots, one of our seven scotches, eleven vodkas or frozen drinks, with or without alcohol. Guinness on tap for the real Irish drinkers, or Black-and-Tans for the beginners. We are the Irish Embassy of Downriver. Come check us out, and get ready for the largest St. Patrick's Day in the downriver area!
Downtown Windsor's only Irish Pub! Full menu featuring Irish and Canadian cuisine. DJs Thursdays and live music Fridays and Saturdays. Don't miss St. Practice Day the 17th of every month! Families welcome. Come in and enjoy a pint of Irish beer and some good conversation with our locals and staff!
Located inside the Holiday Inn Select of Auburn Hills, the first O’Malley’s in Michigan opened recently. It’s an Irish-themed tavern which serves Irish food as well as American cuisine. The menu features appetizers, great sandwiches and salads. Food and beverage director Mike Grouzard recommends their 22-ounce T-bone steak, stuffed fried mushrooms, Black Angus steak and burgers, and their fresh fish and chips. Also available are smoked mackerel and rack of lamb. With its long hours, O’Malley’s serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and late dinner. A mix of traditional Irish folk and contemporary music plays daily. Weekend entertainment features live performances by local musicians. There are big screen TVs for sports fans, and shuttles to major events; also darts, pool and video games.
A 5 year-old, mid-sized Irish brew pub with fine food. O'Mara's brews their own beer in 15-gallon kegs. Entertainment five nights a week. Sunday features an all-you-can-eat-brunch for $8.95. The outdoor patio opens in mid-May. Full service restaurant-bar in a casual atmosphere.
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