Farrell’s opened in 1933 right after Prohibition took its final breath. Back then, it was a haven for the working class Irish in this neighborhood, and though it’s had a revamp, the ethos has not changed. The interior is spare, but classic—a long wooden bar and pressed tin ceilings are the only flourishes—and beer comes served in styrofoam cups.
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