This lovely old pub is virtually sepia-toned, with its burnt-orange walls and acres of polished walnut. That’s an appropriate analogy for the atmosphere too—easy-going and frequently packed in the evenings. Kehoe’s is best enjoyed in daylight hours, when you can observe the local characters and soak up the old-school Irish pub atmosphere. A particularly appealing feature is the original “snugs”—tiny private rooms, almost like booths.
- Jack Jewers