Results tagged with 'irish pubs'
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 Feb. 1, 2013
It took time for the 4-year-old-tavern McKiernan's to find its legs, but recently, it underwent changes and introduced a new menu - including lunch options - and a Guinness Club. The bar and grill has a similar look and feel as Barnacle Bud's, which makes sense, considering it has the same chef and owner.
Published May 4, 2010
Milwaukee's kilt is getting tilted as Blackthorn Pub prepares to open on Jefferson Street
Published March 17, 2009
More than 11,000 pubs line Irish streets, ranging from tourist destinations in Dublin and Dingle to rural "public houses" in the front room of local's homes. Posters o f colorful pub entrances stock gift shop shelves and the Guinness Storehouse at St. James' Gate Brewery is Ireland's number one international tourist attraction.
Published Dec. 18, 2007
Downtown institution Brew City, 125 E. Juneau Ave., is going Irish.