Name: The Irish Pub
Address: 164 St. James Place at the Boardwalk, Atlantic City. 344-9063
History: The Irish Pub has often been referred to as "America's Greatest Watering Hole" according to the historic A.C. establishment's Web site (www.theirishpub.com). It's no wonder the local hot spot has gained national attention with its extensive selection of beers, affordable specials, and unique atmosphere that combines the style of a traditional Irish pub with the feel of your favorite neighborhood bar. Above the Pub you'll find a Victorian-style inn with rooms starting at just $20. Located on the Boardwalk, and only steps away from the beach and casinos, the Irish Pub is one of Atlantic City's can't-miss destinations for good times and friendly faces.
Specials: A soup-and-sandwich lunch special offered daily for $2.50. Other daily lunch specials served from 11:30am to 2pm include a wide selection of hot and cold sandwiches, salads and burgers all under $5 with $1 domestic drafts. The Pub also offers Daily Blackboard Dinner Specials for $6.50 between 2-8pm in addition to a complete dinner menu.
What To Know: The Irish Pub is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week with a full menu offered at all times. An all-weather smoking facility is located on the patio. -- Christopher Teja
The Irish Pub is at the base of an old (circa 1905) Victorian-style hotel building, and has been run by Dick and Cathy Burke since 1972. Entering during daylight hours may require an adjustment to the change in light, or lack thereof, but once done you’ll see that this is no cookie-cutter pub replica.
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