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Irish Pubs for corn beef, fish chips in Northern Va

Old Feb 26th, 2009, 06:40 AM
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Irish Pubs for corn beef, fish chips in Northern Va

We are looking for an Irish Pub or restaurant in the Northern Va/DC area that serves good fish and chips and corn beef and cabbage. Does anyone have any suggests ?
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Old Feb 26th, 2009, 11:31 AM
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Since no one replied from down in your area, I'll give you a pub in the Shenandoh Valley in case you feel like taking a drive up this way. Just over an hour from GMU.

It is The Irish Isle, 7843 Main Street (route 11) in Middletown. (5400 868-9877 Take I-66 to I-81 north and get off at the next exit. Turn left at the top of the ramp, go a block or two and turn left on route 11. The restaurant is on the right. The food is excellent including their crabcakes. They also have hard cider. You can dine on the main level or downstairs in the pub. We often take our out of town visitors there.

Afterwards you could continue south on 11 and visit the Belle Grove Plantation and Cedar Creek Battlefield. Continuing south would take you to I-81 for the connection to I-66
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Old Feb 26th, 2009, 12:05 PM
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You can try Pat Troy's Ireland's Own Restaurant and Pub in Alexandria or Sine' in Pentagon City
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Old Feb 26th, 2009, 12:21 PM
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My hands down favorite would have to be The Old Brogue which is in Great Falls and requires a car to get there.

www.oldbrogue.com

If you're in the Dulles area, try O'Faolains.

www.ofaolains.com

If you're in DC proper, try Ireland's Four Provinces.

www.irelandsfourprovinces.com

There's a Fado's in DC as well, but that's a chain.
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Old Feb 26th, 2009, 01:56 PM
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I had good fish and chips at Ireland's Four Provinces in Falls Church, but it was two years ago so I can't vouch for the menu now. http://www.irishusa.com/4ps/

Sine in Pentagon Row also has fish and chips, corned beef and cabbage, and shepherd's pie. Haven't been there for more than a beer myself but the menu looks good. http://www.sineirishpub.com/cms_arli...nu_regular.php
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Old Mar 12th, 2013, 09:27 AM
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The Dubliner Irish Pub Tavern Near the Capital in DC is GREAT. Fish and Chips plus Corn beef and cabbage everday.
http://dublinerdc.com/
http://dublinerdc.com/images/menus/d...ncheonmenu.pdf

FOR THE DUBLINER RESTAURANT PLEASE CONTACT AT: 202.737.3773
THE DUBLINER IS LOCATED WITHIN THE PHOENIX PARK HOTEL AT 520 NORTH CAPITOL STREET IN WASHINGTON, DC, JUST ONE BLOCK FROM THE BEAUTIFUL UNION STATION WHICH HAS DC METRO AND AMTRAK.
NUMBER 4 "F" STREET
WASHINGTON DC 20001
202.737.3773
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Old Mar 12th, 2013, 10:03 AM
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You could also try the Ireland's Four Provinces which is across the street from the Court House Metro stop on the Orange Line or O'Sullivan's near Virginia Square
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Old Mar 12th, 2013, 10:29 AM
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