Irish pubs in Brickell: abundant. Two-story Irish pubs in Brickell that look like Colonel Mustard may just kill you with a lead pipe while in them: awesomely now in existence, thanks to the Lucky Clover, a sprawling indoor/outdoor 350-seat Guinness-tapper that looks like you’ve wandered into an Emerald Isle-y version of Clue thanks to antique mirrors/ maps/ clocks, plus second-floor sitting areas with fake fireplaces and brown leather couches that James Joyce should be smoking a pipe on while writing sentences even longer than this one.
Enticing enough to momentarily distract Irishmen from bad-mouthing the Queen, the menu includes BBQ-smothered baby backs, Guinness-battered cod & chips, a corned beef platter, and an applewood-smoked bacon, chicken, Swiss, and corn-stuffed number called the Clover Wrap, also the most popular song by famed MC Slick Mick.
Meanwhile, three separate bars'll pour all manner of brews or mix cocktails like the Frosted Irish Coffee with Jameson, Baileys, brown sugar, and whipped cream, or the exceedingly Irish 54oz Lucky's Trashcan Punch filled with vodka, Razzmatazz, peach schnapps, and kiwi/melon fruit punch, and -- because this is Miami, and you need to impress girls who once modeled for Coldwater Creek -- they’ll even hook you with bottle service on everything from Chivas to Johnnie Blue.
To ensure those models can’t hear you, they'll be bringing in live local cover bands as well as featuring a weekday happy hour in addition to ongoing deals like the four-draft Spin The Bottle and two domestics/two imports Home Sweet Home, which Mustard calls “the Conservatory, right before silly Prof Plum comes in foolishly wielding no defense for my trusty candlestick".
Published: December 6, 2011 at 4:00am EST
1111 SW First Ave
Miami, FL 33130
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