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Situated just off Rome’s central Piazza Venezia, Scholars Lounge can boast to be the most famous bar in Rome. Started in September 2005 by Declan Crean and Celestino Cucchiarelli, the bar has become a staple of nightlife in the Eternal City. Crean is no stranger to bars, having pulled his first pint in his uncle’s bar "The Vicarstown Inn", in Co. Laois at age 12 and having worked in bars in Dublin, Hamburg, Milan, Paris, Basel and Rome. The Largest of Rome’s Irish bars, Scholars is now Italy's most successful. This is due to its welcoming Irish staff, location, food (served seven days till midnight), weekly gigs (also some of which are flown over from Ireland - The Wolfe Tones played 2 nights at Scholars in September 2015), karaoke, pub quizzes and sporting events, which are shown live on the [...]
Like many spirits, whiskey is having a moment. This month, for instance, Wine Spectator magazine turned over its cover to a tasting of American whiskeys. Now Burlington will gain its very own whiskey bar when the folks at Rí Rá Irish Pub throw open the doors to the adjacent Whiskey Room at Rí Rá this week. Behind the bar will be upwards of 100 bottles of whiskey, some of them rare and tracked down via special order, according to manager Matt Messenger. The 44-seat space will also feature a full bar and craft cocktail list, high-end draft beers and sparkling wines, and at least 15 other wines not available next door. Patrons can order from Rí Rá’s pub menu or from a special selection of small plates that will include local meat and cheese boards, says Messenger. Messenger says the [...]