Check out these great New Jersey Irish pubs
What makes a great Irish pub?
It's a place where you can meet up with your friends and talk about what's going on in your world. In Ireland, the pubs are the center of communication among its people. According to irishpubcompany.com:
The Irish Pub functions as both a place to enjoy food and beverages, as a place to watch sports, as a place to meet friends, neighbors and even complete strangers, to converse in a relaxed atmosphere. Feasts are celebrated in the Irish Pub, weddings, funerals, wakes, christenings, birthdays, and any other celebrations you can think of.
So, where are the great Irish pubs in New Jersey? Those places where every day is St. Patrick's Day? Those places where you feel like you're drinking among friends, even if you just made their acquaintances.
So with St. Patrick's Day fast approaching, I asked my listeners and social media following, "Where are the best Irish Pubs or bars in New Jersey?"
Then again, if you're in a great Irish Pub, EVERYDAY is St. Patrick's Day!
McGuinn’s Place in Lawrence Twp. very close to you at NJ 101.5
Irish Pub in Atlantic City
Tierney’s Tavern in Montclair
Kelly's Tavern rt 35 Neptune City
Tir Na Nog in Trenton
Geryl Raucher Hickey
St. Stephen’s Green Publick House, Spring Lake
The most Irish towns in New Jersey
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