Barry's is the type of bar where you'll always find a crowd during the week. This is probably due to their killer weekday specials, most notably t...
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The Scene While the ubiquitous Guinness on tap and the requisite Irish knickknacks on the walls, the appearance and crowd haven't changed much since it was the Dragon Ice Company, a sports bar infamous for its noteworthylessness. The blur between what is Irish, or at least perceived to be Irish by Americans-Lucky Charms Cereal, Irish Spring Soap and green beer leading the pack-becomes even less distinct with the worship of Coors-brewed George Killian's Irish Ale, a product not produced on the Emerald Isle since the 1950s. The Food An occasional Irish band performs on Sundays and the food is worthy of a second, and third look. Traditional meals from across "the Pond" include ham and cabbage, corned beef and cabbage, and Guinness Stout. The potato goes multi-cultural in the form of seasoned Irish crisps--potato chip sized French fries seasoned with ranch, cheddar BBQ or Cajun. Be careful if you order chicken wings; not only are they deliciously prepared but they are huge.
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