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For over 50 years, The Eire Pub has been a quintessential Boston fixture. The Irish pub is located in the heart of the historic city, and became especially famous in 1983 after a surprise visit from President Ronald Reagan. Since then, it has been dubbed the "Presidential Pub." The notoriously politico friendly neighborhood bar has also welcomed guests such as Bill Clinton, who stopped by for a pint of beer only a few days before his election. They serve a variety of beers, have a full bar, and a great lunch menu. PSA: It's cash only.

Exterior of Eire Pub
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Eire Pub

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For over 50 years, The Eire Pub has been a quintessential Boston fixture. The Irish pub is located in the heart of the historic city, and became especially famous in 1983 after a surprise visit from President Ronald Reagan. Since then, it has been dubbed the "Presidential Pub." The notoriously politico friendly neighborhood bar has also welcomed guests such as Bill Clinton, who stopped by for a pint of beer only a few days before his election. They serve a variety of beers, have a full bar, and a great lunch menu. PSA: It's cash only.