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You Say These Are The 9 Best Pints of Guinness in Boston

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In honor of the hot, green mess that is St. Patrick's Day in Boston - and the hot green messes that end up on the sidewalk - Eater asked you, the people, to name and defend your favorite local pints of Guinness. You chose nine different pubs throughout town. Nominations that were not explained were not included, but honorable mentions go to The Field, J.J. Foley's in Downtown Crossing, Brendan Behan Pub, and The Lansdowne. And the most popular pick? Mr. Dooley's. Those brave souls who shared their names - or aliases - have been cited, otherwise comments are anonymous.Without further ado, here's a map of all nine.



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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

PJ Ryan's

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Olde Magoun's Saloon

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Bull McCabe's

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The Druid

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"The Druid is a great bar" - MC Slim JB

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Irish Village

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O'Leary's

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"Best pour in the Boston area....I'll go with O'Leary's in Brookline." - MH of HiddenBoston

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J.J. Foley's Cafe

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[Photo: Official Site]

Mr. Dooley's

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[Photo: The Hungry Mouse]

James's Gate

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PJ Ryan's

[Photo: Official Site]

Olde Magoun's Saloon

[Photo: Facebook]

Bull McCabe's

[Photo: Facebook]

The Druid

"The Druid is a great bar" - MC Slim JB

[Photo: The Druid]

Irish Village

[Photo: Yelp/Leighann F.]

O'Leary's

"Best pour in the Boston area....I'll go with O'Leary's in Brookline." - MH of HiddenBoston

[Photo: Facebook]

J.J. Foley's Cafe

[Photo: Official Site]

Mr. Dooley's

[Photo: The Hungry Mouse]

James's Gate

[Photo: Facebook]

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