St. Patrick's Day 2014: Field Guide to Irish Pubs in Metro Phoenix

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See also: St. Patrick's Day Guide 2014

North Phoenix

The Dubliner Irish Pub & Restaurant 3841 E. Thunderbird Road, #109 602-867-0984

Since 1986, this pub has been keeping things authentically Irish in North Phoenix. It's got live Irish music nearly every night, holds the title of being the oldest Irish public house in the Valley, and was the first to sell Guinness.

Tim Finnegan's Irish Restaurant & Pub 9201 N. 29th Ave. 602-997-2323

Named after the protagonist of James Joyce's Finnegans Wake, this pub will makes a nice hangout for Northwest Valley-ites looking for live music, friendly staff, and typical Irish pub fare. Tim Finnegan's blends old and new schools together to make a contemporary but cozy atmosphere.

West Valley

Irish Wolfhound Pub 16811 N. Litchfield Road, #104, Surprise 623-214-1004

This West Valley pub has a respectable list of beers to complement its impressive menu of Irish pub fare -- the fish and chips are the best we've had in Surprise. There's always plenty of Guinness, often live music, and a spacious patio for when you need space.

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