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If you’re Irish, you will love Scituate.
Céad Miíe Fáilte – A hundred Thousand Welcomes await you in The Most Irish Town in America! Enjoy a hearty Irish breakfast at Voyage in Humarock. The Irish born owner knows just what should be included; Irish bacon, Irish sausage, black and white puddings, eggs, tomatoes and potatoes accompanied by your choice of toast. In keeping with the theme that choice must be a slice or two of Irish brown bread.
Head out to the Irish Mossing and Maritime Museum on the Driftway and learn about the mossing industry in Scituate. Begun by Irish immigrants, the Mossing industry was active in Scituate until the mid 1990’s. Why not have a retired Irish mosser take you on a boat ride in the harbor as Hawk Hickman regales you with tales of mossing days as he rows his boat (ride limited to two passengers). Details are available from Hawk; firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may want to have a “lite lunch” at Galley where Irish born owner Brian Houlihan makes sure his servers know how to pour a perfect pint. Offerings include a variety of small plates to tempt you.
Hennessey News and the Village Market offer a variety of souvenir tee shirts, hats, and other temptations for you to bring home. Goody’s and Welches offer some unique antique or hand crafted items and the Scituate Arts Association has prints and original art to suit every taste.
If you need a coffee break, Dunkins is the New England favorite but Lucky Finn offers views of the harbor to enjoy as you sip and Coffee Corner is the spot if you want to eavesdrop on locals!
A nice stroll around the lighthouse and a walk along one of our beaches is a must. If you find some sea glass, take it to Silver Storm to have the perfect handcrafted jewelry created especially for you.
End your day at our Irish pub Hibernian Tavern in Scituate Harbor. People rave about their Shepherd’s Pie but an eclectic menu will please any taste. Sláinte!