Established in 1986, Maguires Hill 16 serves Fort Lauderdale as its oldest traditional Irish pub, complete with dark wood interior, pictographs, classic dishes, and plenty of stories right from the source. Owners James and Martina Gregory run a tight family-manned ship which began its voyage in Ireland over 40-years ago.
Mementoes, memories, and scenic displays followed them to the east coast where patrons are always welcome to get a taste of Auld Sod. Stop on in for some beer, live music, and good eats. You may just leave with a little Irish luck... or at least some liquid courage.
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