Years ago in Ireland, craftsmen chopped, whittled, and sanded wood into three glossy, elegant bars. These bars then endured a trans-Atlantic journey, followed by miles of road travel, and finally became the trio of drink-hubs that anchor the Brazenhead Irish Pub.
The bars are physical Irish transplants, but they're far from the only elements Brazenhead has sourced from its title land. Housed in a Tudor-esque, stone-bordered structure, the pub offers traditional Irish entrees, such as Guinness steak pie and bangers and mash, alongside burgers, smoked meats, and salmon. Its ambience, influenced by notions of Irish hospitality, is warm and friendly and specifically designed to welcome small groups and whole parties alike. And for true beer fans, there's the Emerald Pint Club, which unites new friends with monthly educational tastings.