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Pubs

  1. For Strength
    Dublin Pub Won’t Sell Guinness Because It Says It’s Too ExpensiveOr Bushmills, or Baileys, or apparently anything else from Diageo.
  2. Shots Not Bombs
    Bar Near Actual Bombing Sites Rethinks ‘Irish Car Bomb’ StrategyThey should probably serve Alabama Slammers instead.
  3. Closings
    Pour One Out for Four Green FieldsSober reality: Not every touristy Irish bar succeeds.
  4. Lawsuits
    Did a Dorchester Pub Ban Minorities?Martha Coakley’s office files charges against a 50-year-old neighborhood bar.
  5. Mediavore
    Health Inspectors Egged On by Peeved PA Secretary of Health; Russian Troops WerePlus: Food takes center stage at British pubs as beer sales drop and alcohol taxes increase; and Houlihan’s is closed after a kitchen fire, all in our morning news roundup.
  6. Openings
    Dandelion Gives a Specific Date and Time for Its Opening, Which Might Just MeanThe latest update on Starr’s long-awaited pub comes with a new date and, get this, a specific time.
  7. Booze
    Is Boston America’s Pubbiest Town?
  8. Coming Soon
    Starr’s Pub Gets a Dandy NameStarr’s pub could open sooner than anyone expected.
  9. Empire Building
    Vetri and Co. Going Casual With an Italian PubThe chef and his partners have their sites set on a property that’s just a few doors down from their Osteria.
  10. Empire Building
    Rush Street Will Open a Casual Pub in 2010A casual beer pub is on the way.
  11. Previews
    Melgard Public House to Hit MelroseA new brews and burgers pub is due on Melrose before 2010.
  12. Openings
    Brinkley’s on the Brink: Your Very First Look at the MenuThe former Bar Martignetti reopens next week as a Minetta Tavern–style pub.
  13. Openings
    Open Today: Beckett’s Public HouseThe new pub from the owners of Wilde opens today.
  14. Openings
    What to Eat at Wilfie & Nell’s New Pub, Sweet AftonLocally sourced pub grub and fresh-fruit cocktails.