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Full Irish Breakfast

What are your thoughts on the best places for a proper full Irish breakfast in the Boston area? By "full Irish" I mean eggs, Irish sausages, rashers (back bacon), black/white pudding, tomato, and maybe beans. A decent pint of Guinness with it helps, but might not be essential. Thanks!

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  1. Do a search here on Chow because there is an answer to this.

    Sonny's in Adams Village serves one. It's in
    arguably Boston's most Irish nabe.

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    1. re: C. Hamster

      I think this is the conversation that covered it most recently. Scan through and you'll find that Irish Breakfast finishes out the discussion. Or start from the bottom up to find it quickly.

      http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/817312

      Penny
      http://www.bostonzest.com/

        1. re: foodwinesong

          Matt Murphy's too.

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          Matt Murphy's
          14 Harvard St, Brookline, MA 02445

    2. The Druid, I would imagine.

      1. The Thirsty Scholar near Inman Square (70 Beacon Street) has exactly what you are looking for on Saturday and Sunday until 2 pm

        1. Hands down that breakfast exists at the Irish Cottage just off of 93 North in Methuen.

          1. The Corrib Pub in Brighton has it (all day) and the Guinness, too.

            1. I have enjoyed the full Irish at The Burren, but don't think I saw it anywhere in this thread or the other one. Are the listed options that much better? I've heard the Druid is sublime... haven't made it there yet...

              1. I like Girrards in Dorchester. I also like entering through the store in the front and buying lots if Irish/English chocolate. Flake:yum.