Authenticity can be tough to find these days: rappers are coming from suburbia, jeans get run over by trucks to look old, and fake boobs look like, barely even fake. For an Irish pub going to great lengths for authenticity, hit up Fadó
To ensure ultimate Irishness, Fadó's entire interior was constructed in Dublin, then shipped to and assembled in Miami, including various sections harking back to the island's drinking history: a stained glass'd Victorian Long Hall, a cottage area repping early "Public Houses", and a series of private drinking "snugs" to enjoy food, drink, and jovial convos they call "craic", pronounced "crack", which produced not-quite-as-jovial convos between Bobby and Whitney. Bar-friendly apps include the Chicken Boxty Quesadilla (w/ pico & melted pepper jack layered between potato pancakes & drizzled w/ red-chili aioli), Smithwick's Mini Burgers (topped w/ Guinness mayo & melted cheese), and horseradish-aided Smoked Salmon Bites, aka a failed '80s fruit snack whose makers foolishly thought kids were ready to graduate from sharks. Bigger plates mean sandwiches such as a pulled lamb French dip, plus classics like haddock fish & chips; a flat iron steak w/ red wine sauce, 'shrooms, and broiled bleu; and Bangers and Mash: Irish pork sausages w/ onion gravy & peas on mashed potatoes & kale, or "colcannon" -- also a weighty tome outlining the differences between bituminous, anthracite, and Hauser
There's also plenty o' drink, from tapped Guinness, Boddingtons, and Leffe Blonde to bottles of Duvel, plus a nice selection of Irish whiskeys like Bushmills 21, Jameson Gold Reserve, Michael Collins, Midleton Very Rare, Powers, and Red Breast, enough of which is sure to turn you into the realest boob around.