Did you know that Irish cuisine evolved from centuries of social and political change?
The cuisine is influenced by Ireland’s crops and farm animals, and today’s chefs prepare the country’s traditional recipes with a modern twist.
If you would like to enjoy Guinness stew or corned beef and cabbage, the best Irish pubs around our apartments in District Heights, MD include:
Since opening in 1974, The Dubliner has become America’s premier Irish pub. Founder Daniel Coleman is proud of his Celtic heritage, and owning restaurants runs in his family. Most of the staff hail from the Emerald Isle, and they offer a service that’s not soon forgotten. When the sun goes, The Dubliner comes alive with the sounds of Ireland. Bands perform nightly with soulful ballads and rousing jigs and reels. As you tap your feet to the tunes, enjoy one of the authentic dishes. Choices include shepherd’s pie, fish & chips, and corned beef & cabbage.
Fado Irish Pub
Gaelic for “long ago,” Fado (pronounced f’doe) is appropriately named as it tells the story of Ireland’s rich and ever-changing pub culture. The restaurant offers unmatched hospitality and is packed before Capitals’ games and Verizon Center concerts. The chefs run a from-scratch kitchen, and they prepare Irish standards along with a few surprises. Choices include an Irish breakfast, chicken boxty quesadillas, and Harp battered fish & chips.
Kelly’s Irish Times
Kelly’s Irish Times is a quaint, yet boisterous pub featuring ice-cold pints and a world-class jukebox. It’s one of the country’s most celebrated Irish pubs, and over 100 years of history grace the inside. The interesting collection features antique ice buckets, 1930s Dublin police patches, and one-of-a-kind unopened beer bottles from the 1800s. Menu offerings include Guinness stew, beer-battered jumbo shrimp, and fish & chips.
These are just a few of the Irish pubs near our pet-friendly apartments in District Heights, MD. To call our community home, please contact us. We would love for you to see firsthand all our community has to offer.Back to all posts