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  • 1. Sweeney’s Irish Pub

    Menu offerings include shepherd’s pie and bangers and mash, as well as an Irish Guinness stew available only from October–May. Sweeney’s offers an authentic experience, as owner Gary Sweeney originally hails from Ramelton on the northern coast of Ireland.
  • 2. Loughrans Irish Pub

    Grab a seat and feast on the usual fare of Irish fish and chips or order a Fisherman’s Platter, which gives you the choice of beer-battered oysters, fried scallops, or fried and buttered shrimp. For land lovers, the Reuben is made for hearty appetites. Plus, over 50 brews to choose from will please any beer Read more...
  • 3. P&G’s

    P&G’s of New Paltz is an ever-popular destination in Ulster County. If you happen to stop by on a Friday, there are slider specials for a tasty cheeseburger, pulled pork, or veggie burger bite, along with plenty of hearty pub fare.
  • 4. Growler & Gill

    Diners are welcome to check out G&G’s cheeseboard picks, which range from rich, zesty Manchego to delicate Pecorino di Vino. Nanuet’s Growler & Grill gastropub and bottle shoppe boats more than enough beer choices. With 26 rotating taps of fresh, craft beer and more than 500 bottles of beers from around the world, Growler & Read more...
  • 5. North Plank Road Tavern

  • Mahoney’s earned its 2019 readers’ pick title of “Best Irish Pub” in our Best of Hudson Valley contest. Irish-American fare that ranges from staples like fish and chips and corned beef and cabbage, to more innovative takes like Reuben spring rolls or Jameson BBQ stout ribs always please.
  • 7. Darby O’Gills

    If you’re looking for the authentic Irish pub experience, take a drive to Darby O’Gills in Hyde Park. Although the bar celebrates the luck o’ the Irish throughout the year, it goes all out with entertainment and food and drink specials in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.
  • 8. Juan Murphy’s

    Juan Murphy’s is an Irish pub—with Mexican grub! This match made in heaven fuses the two cuisines together, resulting in Mexican Shepherd’s Pie (adding homemade chili to the traditional recipe), Reuben spring rolls, and Knockaverry fries that are piled with crispy chorizo, cheddar jack cheese, and jalapeños.

    9. Bia

    The Irish-inspired restaurant in Rhinebeck tempts with farm-to-table twists on authentic Emerald Isle fare, with decadent cocktails to match. Bia Celebrates Authentic Irish Flavors With Hudson Valley Flair Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 10. Publick House 23

    With 18 beers on tap and live music nearly every weekend, Publick House 23 specializes in camaraderie. Locals regularly pack the place. Publick House treats diners to fish and chips, NYC deli Reubens, and pretzels with house-blended beer mustard or cheese sauce.
  • 11. Tom & Jerry’s Irish House

    There’s no cat and mouse feud at this Irish house – just delicious food and a good time. TJ’s sampler platter has a taste of all your faves, and the Irish spud skins are smothered in melted cheddar, Monterey jack, and bacon. On the healthier side, the buffalo calamari salad or the shallots and sun-dried Read more...
  • 12. O’Connors Public House

    Owner Bobby O’Connor is from Blarney, County Cork, Ireland, and he features carefully selected Irish fare on his menus. As an appetizer for the more indecisive, order the “can’t decide” platter, which has everything from fried pickles to broccoli cheese bites.