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...and a pint of guinness

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no doubt this will get moved to the beer board by big brother, but it dosent help me to know where i can get a correctly drawn pint of guinness in the BOSTON area. i have had some horrific imitations from places who havent changed their lines since the reagan administration (and at the same temperature as the lagers ). plenty of irish expats, seems like a no-brainer, but if you are a fan you will be surprised. irish freinds say the best in the area is on the cape, somewhere called "the irish cottage" possibly, but too far. is it me?

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  1. I'll give you 3 in different areas:

    1 Irish Village, Brighton
    2 Mr. Dooleys, downtown
    3 O'Learys, Brookline

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    1. re: psc109

      4. Plough and Stars, Cambridge

      Second Dooley's

        1. J.J. Foley's, South End
          Green Briar, Brighton
          Olde Magoun's Saloon, Somerville
          The Field, Cambridge
          The Plough and Stars, Cambridge
          James's Gate, Jamaica Plain
          Doyle's, Jamaica Plain
          The Playwright, South Boston
          The Junction, South Boston
          The Banshee, Dorchester
          Eire Pub, Dorchester

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          1. re: MC Slim JB

            I will second the Burren, Olde Magoun's Saloon and the Druid.

            1. re: MC Slim JB

              Please excuse the bump MC, but I would add to your already excellent list:

              Mr. Dooley's, Boston Financial District
              Matt Murphy's, Brookline Village

              Harp

            2. The Greenbriar in Brighton for sure

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