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This is an Irish bar. Not an Irish-themed bar because there's nothing phony or forced about it. It's a bar, though, that you'd easier find in Ireland or England than here. Dark, dark wood everywhere, old tables, a great long bar, old framed photos and Guinness posters on the wall. Even the tiny "Leprechaun Door" as you walk in doesn't feel cheesy or overdone, just helps to add to the charm.
Everything tasted homemade and it seemed like these were someone's home recipes, mostly because they probably were.
I would love to come back here later for a beer or entertainment (they seem to have something every night of the week, from karaoke to live bands).
This Ain't No BlarneyYou don't need luck to find the most authentic Irish/American fare in Florida.
It's a mix of authentic Irish cuisine and eats from the good ol' US of A at The Gypsy's Horse. With an extensive beer menu and tasty grub, your tummy will beg for more.
From traditional corned beef and cabbage to Irish potato soup, there's something for everybody at this local favorite. Be sure to check out their happy hour menu, outdoor patio, pool tables, darts, and tons of games.
Stop in for a cold Guinness and a roarin' good time.
Mulligan's Mussels Green
A favorite amongst locals, try these delicious mussels served up in a white wine garlic cream sauce with herbs and garlic toast
Fish and Chips
Atlantic cod dredged and beer-battered and fried to crispy perfection along side house-cut fries
- Just $10 gets you $20 to spend on the best Irish-American eats in town
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