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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Portsmouth's Ohio Irish pub & other touring thoughts

It was a festive Thursday evening at Portsmouth Ohio’s Port City Pub & Grill. Live Irish music, plenty of good food and smooth pints of Guinness made for a great night.

This Irish pub is a must visit for everyone looking to experience a wee bit of the “Emerald Island” in the USA.

Better yet make a day of it by visiting Portsmouth’s 2200 feet of flood wall murals, shopping for antiques and treasures in the Boneyfiddle district and touring the 1810 House.

This home is a historic old farm homestead that clearly represents the courage of pioneers who cleared, settled and cultivated the wild forest near the mighty Ohio River.

For more information contact the
Portsmouth-Scioto Convention and Visitors Bureau at 740.353.1116