Nine Irish Brothers

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Its college-town roots toned down but still detectable, the first restaurant to move into downtown’s Millikan on Mass mixed-use complex is a polished-up Irish pub serving hearty, Guinness-friendly food. All of the traditional bites make an appearance on the Lafayette-based chain’s lengthy menu, including corned beef and cabbage, bangers and mash, and a jumbo platter of fish and chips that begs for its own bottle of malt vinegar. If you just want something to nibble as you sip your Bushmills-laced Irish coffee or work your way though a whiskey flight, a selection of smaller plates—like mussels in garlic-cream sauce; field greens topped with raspberry vinaigrette and fried balls of goat cheese that you crush into the salad; and potato skins under all the briny, meaty components of a Reuben sandwich—are worthy distractions from the numerous flat-screen TVs.

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