From Our Editors
In the fashion of Ireland's public houses, Lazy Lanigan's is a place to seek company as well as sustenance. The highly social pub—recently under new management—keeps guests entertained with pool, live music, and a dizzying array of flat-screen TVs. Fueling the festivities is a long line of craft-beer taps and bottles, served behind a polished wooden bar or out on the covered, heated patio. Beer even finds its way into the food, whether it's peel-and-eat shrimp steamed in Yuengling lager or beef stew simmered in Guinness sauce. Classic American burgers and cheesesteaks share menu space with traditional Irish eats such as shepherd's pie for a cross-cultural feast to rival the United Nation's weekly chili cook-off.