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BEST IRISH PUB 

Llywelyn's Pub

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Given the storied history of the Irish in Kansas City, it's hard to believe that the metro's most authentic Irish pub is a St. Louis export that lies deep within the recesses of Johnson County. Close to the corner of 151st Street and Metcalf, the century-old church turned craic emporium features an original, imported Brunswick-Balke-Collender bar from the 1880s; church-pew seating; stained-glass windows; and traditional pub fare, including Welsh rarebit, colcannon and lamb sausage bangers. Of course, it's the consummate place to watch a Premier League match or have $3 happy-hour pints, but the experience is best when the unofficial house band, Flannigan's Right Hook, is onstage and the energy is burning like a gutful of Powers. It's loud and a little dank but oh, so Irish.

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