At Dubliner Irish Pub, only one authentic pub fixture is missing: a roisterous old man in a wool cap and cable-knit sweater. All the others, however, have acclimated to the Florida heat. Communal tables conducive to storytelling. Foamy pints of Guinness, Smithwick's, and Magners cider. A stick-to-your-ribs menu peppered with corned beef sliders, shepherd's pie, and beer-battered haddock. Even the flat-screen TVs find time between American sports for Celtic pastimes such as soccer, rugby, hurling, and competitive freckling. Weekly bouts of trivia and live performances from local bands help keep the craic crackly.
For rookie puffers, the hookah is a glass water pipe originally from India that is popular for smoking syrup-soaked tobacco. Filtering the smoke through cool water results in a smooth, mellow experience that is on par with the Sultan Hookah Lounge's relaxed atmosphere. While sipping the house Turkish coffee with friends, enjoy more than 100 different flavors of tobacco, including double apple, orange crush, mango, strawberry daiquiri, vanilla, honeydew melon, lemon, mint, rose, apricot, and cappuccino. Tobaccos can be mixed to create custom candy-flavored goodness, such as orange crush daiquiri, vanilla cappuccino, or immortality-bestowing ambrosial nectar. Sultan's also offers outdoor seating for mixing the flavors of hookah with the scent of the open air.
New York Comedy Club showcases both upcoming and established comedians during its weekend night performances. Entertain your senses while guffawing at humor dazzlers; as there is a minimum two beverage or food item requirement, parch your thirst nodules in advance and partake of comforting American fare and adult beverages. Featured performers have played the joker in a variety of mediums, from Late Show with David Letterman to closing argument courtroom jester. Chosen as one of the top five for Best Comedy Club in the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast vicinity, New York Comedy Club strives to bring riotous showpersons to laughter enthusiasts.
Boca Muse serves up pub fare with hearty sides of nightly entertainment. The menu includes chicken tenders, spinach dip, and mahi mahi sandwiches, all of which pair nicely with drinks from the full bar. Open mic night is every Wednesday, trivia contests take place every Thursday, and Jesse Young and Shauna Sweeney play live acoustic music every Saturday.
If it lives in the ocean, there's a good chance The Whale Raw Bar and Fish House serves it on its menu. From dolphin to lobster and shrimp to clams the chefs prepare a spread of fresh seafood, including a full raw bar and entrees that come in the form of sandwiches, tacos, and fajitas. The interior of the dining area makes for a fitting accomplice to the menu's selection, with lobster and crab traps on display and a stuffed orca whale suspended from the ceiling. Outside, patio dining enhances meals with lakeside breezes.