Cead Mile Failte
A Hundred Thousand Welcomes

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We will update this site and our FaceBook often to keep you informed of what's happening at Master McGrath's!!

Updated April 25th
To our Masters Family:
With heavy hearts we are still closed until further notice due to the current circumstances that our state, country and world are now dealing with.  And we are missing you all! We look forward to seeing you all again, just as soon as we are allowed to reopen completely to accommodate our dining room and lounge guests alike.  Thank you all.
  Everyone please continue to stay safe.
~Slainte~

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Line Cook Wanted
Experience Required
Full/Part Time
Please apply in person
with Mario, Kitchen Manager

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Every Thursday and Friday

Karaoke with
DJ Dan 

8pm-12midnight

Come join the fun!  
Sing a song or just sing-a-long!!

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***  KENO ***
Come Play 
KENO
Games Every 5 Minutes!!
Starting at 11:05 AM until 1:00 AM

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"All You Can Eat Fish Fry"
IS BACK!
Monday thru Thursday
From 2PM to 5PM
$10.99

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Come Watch All Sports
on our Big Screen!
From Pats and Red Sox,
 to
Celtics and Bruins...
 all with a little Horse Racing, too!

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Saturday and Sunday Brunch Hours
8AM until 2PM
Full menu available at noon
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Check us out on Facebook!
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Gift Certificates always available!
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Please refer to our Contact page for
Employment Opportunities

Welcome to
Master McGrath's
Restaurant and Irish Pub
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Master McGrath was a greyhound who became an Irish National hero by beating England's  racing pride
White Rose and carrying back
 the coveted Waterloo Cup
 to Ireland three times.
There's a big stone monument
 to him next to our sister pub in County Waterford.
It's over a hundred years since he chased the hare, and yet his
 picture is still proudly displayed
 in half the pubs and
barbershops of Ireland.

"The Greatest Greyhound that ever lived"
His passing 1871

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