Results tagged with 'house of guinness'
Published Sept. 13, 2013
Milwaukee may be a city with strong German roots, but when it comes to pubs, we're as Irish as Brian Boru. From the North Side to the airport, from Lake Michigan to Elm Grove, there's many a place where you can kick back, relax, raise a pint and toast slainte. Some of these places may not smack you over the head with a shillelagh of Irish authenticity, but they've got it where it counts - what's more Irish, after all, than a good time and a great beer?
Published June 10, 2012
Bartender Judith Jacobsson, who is from Wales, and regular customer, Fiona Kavanagh, originally from Belfast, both confirm that the House of Guinness has the look and feel of an Irish pub.The space is simple, with lots of dark wood, a large bar, a smattering of tables, Guinness signs, a couple of Irish flags and lots of conversation.
Published Feb. 10, 2009
Every year, two Irish bars duke it out to be the number one pick from the OnMilwaukee.com readers. This year, the top prize once again goes to the venerable County Clare, and its traditional foe, Paddy's Pub, finishes second. Meanwhile, the OnMilwaukee.com editors pick Brocach.
Published Jan. 6, 2009
For now, not having an official smoking law in place gives establishment owners in Milwaukee the choice of allowing the ash-tray fillers or not.
Published Feb. 6, 2008
Waukesha's House of Guinness Irish pub is one of two Wisconsin bars on Nightclub & Bar Magazine's Top 100 list for 2008.
View the other 1 articles
There are no reader blogs tagged with house of guinness
Write a blog now!