Irish in Town
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Scruffy Murphy's

150 Eglinton Ave E (Just west of Redpath)

If you're thinking about having a party, this is one of the best.

The restaurant is open for business 7 days a week for lunch and dinner, Sundays for brunch, and has been around for eight wonderful years. The professional, courteous waitstaff at Scruffy's cheerfully fulfill all of your dining and drinking needs.

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Irish Embassy Pub and Grill

49 Yonge Street (opposite King Subway)

Located in the heart of the Financial District, and minutes away from the Entertainment District, The Irish Embassy Pub and Grill is renowned as being one of the City's best destinations for exceptional homemade food. They also offer a large selection of draft beers and cocktails.

Set in a magnificent old bank building built in 1873, this upscale Irish Pub is a popular venue for business lunches and parties, and is also a favorite with the after-work crowd and the pre-game rush.

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P J O'Brien

39 Colborne (at Church)

P J O'Brien Irish Pub and Restaurant is an ideal venue to meet with friends for a bite and a beer, to catch a game on one of our LCD flat screen televisions or to enjoy some traditional Celtic and contemporary music performed by one of our live bands every Friday and Saturday nights.
Tucked away behind the King Edward Hotel, on the revitalized Colborne Street, this charming Irish pub is situated close to the Air Canada Centre, Hummingbird Centre and other major attractions.
Whether you are with a friend, a group or a business party, great care will be taken of all your needs

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The OverDraught Irish Pub

156 Front Street West (below Joe Badali's)

The OverDraught provides you with a warm atmosphere, delectable Irish fare and a prolific array of libations. Located in the heart of the entertainment district, they cater to a diverse and dynamic range of clientele.




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