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Thursday, March 14, 2013

The 10 Best Irish Pubs in St. Louis

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Seamus McDaniel's (1208 Tamm Avenue; 314-645-6337) A Dogtown stalwart, this neighborhood pub is known for its burgers, Buffalo wings and extensive beer selection. Rich mahogany paneling adorns the walls throughout the restaurant, making it a comfortable place to throw back a few or watch a game. Seamus McDaniel's is a centerpiece of Dogtown's strong Irish identity.

Tigín Irish Pub & Restaurant (333 Washington Avenue; 314-241-8666) "Tigín" is a Gaelic word for small cottage, and that's the kind of atmosphere you'll find at this pub. According to the website, "Ancient Irish Law dictated hosts had to provide food, drink, a warm bed if possible, and entertainment." While there aren't any warm beds at the bar (that we know of), there is definitely plenty of food, drink and entertainment. Tigín does its Irish food fancy-like, and it has a whiskey and scotch menu to rival a liquor store.

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