This website grew from a University of Cincinnati Honors Program seminar, “The Irish in America,” in coordination with the Archives & Rare Books Library. The focus is on the history and the living heritage of the Irish in Cincinnati and is designed to be a sustainable and informative site that is a collaborative effort between archivists, students, scholars, and the general public.

Category Food and Drink

Irish Pubs with Irish Grub

By: Mickayla Beckett
As human beings, we’re engineered to like food. Some of us even have favorites, though I never could decide on one myself. Food is something that unites people because we all need it, we all make it, and… Continue Reading →

Are “Irish” Beers Actually Irish?

By: Colleen O’Brien

When most Americans think of Ireland or Irish-American culture they think of Guinness as one of the key elements, aside from shamrocks and leprechauns. Guinness is an Irish dry stout known for its tangy, sharp flavors, black color,… Continue Reading →

Is Green Dye Edible?

By: Megan Dunlevy
The Shamrock Shake returns every March. For many people the annual return of McDonald’s Shamrock Shake means that St. Patrick’s Day is upon us. This mint-flavored shake started off as a charitable promotion that started the first Ronald… Continue Reading →

Molly Malone’s Irish Pub and Restaurant

By: Samantha Besse
In order to get a traditional Irish experience, I didn’t have to travel far from home.  Right across the river in Covington, offering a fantastic view of the Cincinnati skyline, I found a small Irish pub called Molly… Continue Reading →

© 2022 The Irish in Cincinnati — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑