Visiting an Irish pub is like stepping into James Joyce's Ulysses without dealing with molemen, teenage detectives, and heavy-handed NASCAR references. Read the Cliffs Notes with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of authentic Irish fare and drinks at Keegan's Irish Pub in Northeast.
Keegan's tasty assortment of authentic pub grub helps prepare bellies for the bevy of beers waiting in the wings. Lay the foundation for a multi-pinted feast with a plate of Irish chips (fried potatoes topped with tomatoes, spring onion, bacon, and cheese, $9.95) or a delicious banger boxty (sautéed veggies and spicy pork bangers wrapped in a potato pancake and served with vanilla-balsamic vinegar, $7.75). Classic protein-packed pub favorites include fish 'n' chips ($7.95) and corned-beef sandwiches ($7.95), whereas the pesto-smothered wild-rice burger ($9.95) is just one of the many vegetarian-friendly options comfortably coexisting with meatier menu mates. The restaurant also opens its doors on Saturday and Sunday to unleash traditional Irish-breakfast fare, including a plate called Traditional Irish Breakfast, with eggs, bangers, Irish bacon, black pudding, potatoes O’Brien, tomatoes, mushrooms, and toast ($10.95).
As you cleanse your savory palate with suds aplenty, sit back and watch a game of World Cup soccer, enjoy some live music, or test your trivia on the night of a pub quiz. Keegan's plays host to a full schedule of entertainment and activities, each event warmly colored by the restaurant's Edwardian-style architecture and décor. Grab some seats at a rustic wooden table to feast as you catch up with old friends, or enjoy a night out on the newly opened patio by yourself, admiring how tan you look when reflected in a half-full pint of stout.
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Keegan's Irish Pub
Boxes of food, crates of beer, and new equipment are delivered to restaurants and bars daily. In the case of Keegan's Irish Pub, the most important delivery ever made to its Historic Northeast neighborhood location was not supplies, but the pub itself. Designed in Waterford, Ireland, in 2001, the pub immigrated to Minneapolis via boat and train in 2002.
Today, perfectly poured Guinness beers and seasonal craft beers swirl around clinking glasses as patrons tackle hefty burgers and pub favorites, such as beer-crisped fish 'n' chips. Soft music plays in the background most of the time, except for when the pub plays host to live events, which fill the weekly schedule with energized rounds of trivia and rollicking performances from bands.
16 University Ave. NE
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55413Get Directions