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Thursday, March 14, 2013

The 10 Best Irish Pubs in St. Louis

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O'Malley's Irish Pub (1900 Cherokee Street; 314-762-9308) O'Malley's describes itself as "your neighborhood corner bar," and that kind of familiarity is what makes it great. There's a roaring fireplace with a decorated mantel and a large Guinness mirror hanging above it. Live Irish and contemporary music every Friday and Saturday night brings this pub out of St. Louis and straight into the heart of Dublin. Especially if you have several pints and forget where you are.

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Pat's Bar and Grill (6400 Oakland Avenue; 314-647-6553) The founder of Pat's, Patrick Connolly, was originally from County Galway, Ireland, and he settled in Dogtown and opened Pat's in 1942. Over the decades, the venerable bar-and-grill has mastered the classic Irish pub formula: a down-to-earth atmosphere, friendly service, cold Guinness on tap and a solid menu, which includes not only a number of traditional Irish meat-and-potatoes entrees but also a smorgasbord of deep-fried fare.

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