You know something's different before you even enter Four Green Fields. The little white building has a straw-thatched roof—a standout among the palm trees and tropical pastels. Inside, it's a traditional Irish pub, with lots of lacquered wood, a hearty menu, and an endless supply of Guinness. You know what to expect (you've probably been to dozens of "real Irish pubs" before), but somehow Four Green Fields delivers where others have felt forced.
First, the menu: The pub serves shepherd's pie, corned beef and cabbage, and Irish stew. Its taps carry Guinness, of course, in addition to Harp, Kilkenny, Smithwick's, and others. And like any Irish pub worth its salt, there's live music. Things start up at 9 p.m. daily.