VT Irish Pubs
Vermont Irish Pubs ~ Cafes ~ Entertainment & Restaurants
Visit Vermont and discover some sensational Irish Pubs, Deli’s & Restaurants. Vermont has been welcoming Irish immigrants for more than 200 years. Today, you’ll find some traditional Irish pub food served with a Vermont twist. The Bangers & Boxty served at McGrath’s Irish Pub and Rosemary’s Restaurant is an in-house interpretation of Irish Bangers – served with a traditional potato poor bread and Guinness onions. Not to be missed. You will thank us. You’ll also hear authentic Irish Folk Music at McGrath’s on weekends. Share your Vermont Irish pub restaurant reviews and comments. To feature your VT restaurant contact us.
Vermont Irish Pubs & Restaurants
McGrath's Irish Pub at the Inn At Long Trail, Route 4, P.O. Box 267, Killington, VT | 802-775-7181
Killington's first and foremost Irish Pub, serving a truly fine pint of Guinness and a delicious pub menu daily, with live Irish Music on the weekends. Sample the Chef's award-winning cuisine in the main dining room Thursday - Sunday and Holidays.
McGrath’s Irish Pub
Try the Guinness Beef Stew, a hearty dish in which the beef is braised in Guinness Stout! Among other menu items featured are Hand Cut Filets, Semi-boneless Duck Roasted and Truffled Wild Mushroom Risotto.
The Killarney- An Irish Pub
44 Pond St.
Ludlow, VT 05149 (at the base of Okemo Mountain)
RÍ RÁ BURLINGTON
123 Church St.
Burlington, VT 05401
Ph: 802 860 9401
McGillicuddy’s Irish Pub
14 Langdon St.
Montpelier, VT 05862
Irish Pub Food is Comfort Food. Pub menus consist of a hearty assortment of traditional Irish dishes. Some of the most popular Irish foods include:
- Irish stew (mutton with mashed potatoes, onions, carrots, and herbs)
- Soups and chowders
- Coddle (bacon, pork sausages, potatoes, and onions stewed)
- Fish & Chips
- Collar and cabbage (boiled bacon coated in bread crumbs and brown sugar, then baked and served with cabbage)
- Boxty (potato pancake filled with fish, meat, or vegetables
- Champ (potato mashed with milk and onions)Irish Immigration in Vermont increased in the early 1800’s. Irish communities sprang up in Burlington, Middlebury, Underhill, Moretown and Castleton. And by 1860, the Irish were Vermont’s largest ethnic group. UVM History Professor, Vincent Feeney from Marshfield, Vermont has published a book called Finnigans, Slaters, and Stonepeggers: A History of the Irish in Vermont.
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