Devour Positively Delicious Home-Cooked Irish Food At The Parson’s Pub In North Carolina

It’s a swift coincidence that standing in the middle of historic downtown Murphy, North Carolina – a tiny town with an Irish name – is an Irish pub and restaurant for all to enjoy. The small town in the westernmost portion of the state has a year-round population of merely 1,700 people, but sees regular tourism surges throughout the year. If you’re among the many that find yourself seeking a getaway in this mountain town, then be sure to visit the Parson’s Pub for home-cooked Irish food.

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It’s open seven days a week, Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Learn more and see the full menu on its official website.

No visit to Murphy would be complete without checking out the world’s largest ten commandments on Ten Commandment Mountain at Fields of the Wood, a free amusement park in Murphy.

Address: 19 Tennessee St, Murphy, NC 28906, USA