Roisin Dubh (The Black Rose), Boston, Massachusetts

Last Updated on December 15, 2015 by Jody Halsted

It was our first time in Boston, we “discovered” Roisin Dubh (Gaelic for Black Rose) just a block from Faneuil Hall and fell in love with it! Of course it’s an Irish Pub, which didn’t hurt, but we were always welcomed, the food was consistently good (I recommend the Irish Stew and the fish & chips, Doug raved about the Shepherds Pie and the hot artichoke dip was scrumptious! I would skip the Reuben) and there was often entertainment. It’s very kid friendly and the girls looked forward to our next pub visit.

The Black Rose, Boston

During our 3 months in Boston we probably ate at The Black Rose 6 times! I probably miss it more than anything else!

In the first video Caelan had just gone potty in a toilet that wasn’t familiar. We celebrated with a song!

This video stars Brenna, singing on stage with Frank Ryan of Celtic Clan (whose CD we listen to daily.)

If your travels take you to Boston make sure to stop in the Black Rose for a pint, some pub grub and great craic! The closest T stops are blue (Aquarium) and orange (State). Also very close to Long Wharf.

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