Bar of the Day: Ceol

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This is the latest in our series on the venues featured in the Brokelyn Beer Book. Ceol: Irish pub, Smith St., today. Enough said.


191 Smith St. between Baltic & Warren, Cobble Hill 347-643-9911

What it is: Ceol, which means Music in Gaelic, is an Irish pub, through and through, from the bartenders to the beer to the food to the green paint.
Why we love it: The accents on the bartenders (and most of the clientele); the fact that “one more round” is never the last.
Who to bring: Friends who can relax and get lost at a pub for an entire afternoon, or til the wee hours…
What to order: Shepherd’s pie, fries with bacon and cheddar with one of 15 beers on draft.
Ceol fun fact: The owners, Loretta and Samantha, hail from Dublin and fashioned the place after Loretta’s pa’s pub in Ireland and her experience working with Smithwicks Brewery.

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