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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

In Boston, The Black Rose Celebrates 35 Years as One of America's Favorite Irish Pubs

Congratulations to Glynn Hospitality Group in Boston, whose flagship The Black Rose Pub is celebrating its 35th anniversary as one of America's favorite Irish pubs.

Located in the heart of Boston’s Quincy Market, The Black Rose set the standard early for what an Irish pub in Boston should be, offering live Irish music seven nights a week, tasty and affordable meals, a full bar of great beers and beverages, and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.

Since then the Rose has served three million pints of hand-poured Guinness, 250,000 bowls of Irish stew and 300,000 plates of fish & chips. It has provided live Irish music every night for 35 years, with the exception of each Christmas Eve and the evening of 9/11/2001.

“Celebrating 35 years in business is especially significant and worth noting to our staff, our patrons and our family and friends. Times are tough and we hope that The Black Rose has given many people a friendly and affordable place to go over the years. At The Black Rose we offer award-winning food, Irish hospitality, and live Irish music 7 days a week,” stated Michael Glynn, Owner of The Glynn Hospitality Group.

To celebrate its anniversary, The Black Rose has rolled back the price of a pint of Guinness to 1976 prices, or $2.50 a pint, for the week of November 27, 2011.  And as always, you'll get to enjoy live Irish music, tasty food and great conversation in one of Boston's most popular gathering spots.

Find out more about other Irish pubs and restaurants owned by the Glynn Hospitality Group

Posted by Boston Irish Tourism Association.

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