Top 21 Mid-Atlantic Pubs


1. M’coul’s Public House; Greensboro, NC

110 W Mcgee Street, Greensboro, North Carolina
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M’Coul’s Public House offers great food, beer, spirits and fun.

2. Keagan’s Irish Pub, Virginia Beach

244 Market St, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
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Keagan’s is the place for a great time! Enjoy a date night, after work gathering, corporate event or a true pint with a friend.


3. The Tombs, DC

1226 36th St NW, Washington, District of Columbia
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The Tombs has excellent cocktails and a beautiful dark wood interior.

4. Pratt Street Ale House; Baltimore, MD

206 W. Pratt Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201
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Pratt Street Ale House is a sports pub and brewery. They have award winning ales, cocktails and guest ales.

5. Murphy’s, Virginia Beach

2914 Pacific Ave, Virginia Beach, VA 23451
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With a grand centrally located fireplace for the winter months and a lively outdoor patio for the summer months, Murphy’s of Virginia Beach is the place to be all year long.

6. Finnigan’s Wake Irish Pub; Winston-Salem, NC

620 North Trade Street, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
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Finnigan’s is a hot spot amongst all the college students throughout Winston-Salem. Constantly offering drink specials, this is the place to be when you want to get your night and weekend started off right.

7. Fado Irish Pub, DC

808 7th St NW, Washington, District of Columbia
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Fado’s interior has a delightful old country style. They also have a Happy Hour that last until 7!

8. Sine Irish Pub & Restaurant; Richmond, VA

1327 E Cary St, Richmond, Virginia
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Sine Irish Pub has small batch bourbons and great brunch prices. How about a $1 mimosa?

9. DoG Street Pub; Williamsburg, VA

401 West Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
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Williamsburg took the best of England and made it American. Chef David Everett continues the trend with his unique take on the British Gastropub. The theme and scope of a gastropub combines the leisurely and unpretentious ambience of a watering hole with the epicurean delights of a good eatery at an affordable price.

10. Yorktown Pub; Yorktown, VA

540 Water St, Yorktown, Virginia
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Yorktown Pub is located on Yorktown Beach. They have a great beer selection and seafood.

11. The Public House; Norfolk, VA

1112 Colley Ave, Norfolk, Virginia
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The Public House has a lovely selection of beers and some crazy cocktails.

12. Annie Moore’s Irish Pub; Roanoke, VA

3555-D Electric Road, Roanoke, Virginia 24018
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Built in 2007 they’ve been serving up Authentic Irish-American food: Beer battered Cod and Chips, Shepherds Pie, Chicken Pot Pie, and Much More! They have Guinness on tap along with 7 other wonderful brews, Two Dining areas, a Full bar with a comfortable atmosphere.


13. Penny Lane Pub; Richmond, VA

421 E Franklin St, Richmond, Virginia
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Penny Lane Pub is a British Sports Bar. They serve traditional UK pub fare.

14. Tin Whistle Irish Pub; Charlottesville, VA

609 East Market St, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Tin Whistle Irish Pub is CVille’s newest pub. They have amazing house-made English brown sauce, Irish folk music and authentic Irish beers and cider!

15. Colonial Tavern; Fredericksburg, VA

406 Lafayette Blvd, Fredericksburg, Virginia
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Colonial Tavern is an Irish tavern with tons of fun events. Try the cheddar ale dip!

16. Horse & Hound Gastropub; Charlottesville, VA

625 W Main St, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
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Horse & Hound Gastropub has a fantastic selection of ciders as well as traditional pub specials.

17. Minetta Tavern, NYC

113 Macdougal St, New York, New York 10012

Minetta Tavern is a 1937 bar that has served Ernest Hemingway, E. E. Cummings and Ezra Pound.

18. Mick O’Sheas Irish Pub; Baltimore, MD

328 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201
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Mick O’Sheas is an Irish pub that provides great dining and drink menus. They are a traditional Irish venue serving classic pub fare, brews & whiskeys, with Celtic music on weekends.

19. Donovan’s Pub; Woodside, NY

57-24 Roosevelt Ave, New York, NY 11377
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Established on March 17th, 1967, Donovans Pub of Woodside has been considered Woodside’s Landmark Gathering Place. Good selection here, and as you can see they make a mean burger.

20. Finnigan’s Cove; Harrisonburg, VA

30 West Water Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801
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Finnigan’s Cove has a full bar with great beer choices and a raw bar for seafood lovers.

21. London Underground Pub; Blacksburg, VA

112 N Main St, Blacksburg, Virginia 24060
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The Pub was opened in 1989 by local restaurateurs Joe Slattery and Steve Andrews as a place to indulge their passion for great beer, food and steel tip darts. Tapping into Joe’s English roots (and love of Bass Ale) they decided to emulate traditional English pubs, named the place The London Underground Pub, and served English dishes and the best draft available. Blacksburg was quick to adopt the Underground as its pub, giving it the local communal feel of neighborhood bars worldwide.


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