Boro Inn

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Boro Inn is an Irish pub owned by, Brendan Doyle, a retired Catholic Priest. The decor is eclectic and charming with relics from an Irish life, covering the walls and ceiling.

The Indian is used as a confessional and very unique.  (I took these photos Nov. 2014). There is a story about the Indian, which I must get the scoop this coming March.

My husband and I have visited the pub for the last three years and find it authentic, cozy and extremely welcoming. You can feel the warmth when you walk through the door.

The image at the bottom of my post is the Indian which I modified using PicMonkey. I find it an extremely interesting piece and couldn’t resist playing around with the image. And by the way, it is made of wood.

Boro Inn is located 150 West Main St., Blue Ridge, Ga

Young and old

come in from the cold

a warm brandy will be just dandy

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Young and old

come in from the heat

a cold brew for when we meet

Young and old

let it be told

jokes and tales in an Irish brogue

Young and old

turn an ear

a true confession you may hear

See the Indian that stands so tall

you can be sure he has heard it all

Young and old

come from afar

just to enjoy this Irish bar

be sure to find a comfy seat

as you are in for quite a treat

-Eugenia

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There are additions and alterations made every year, and the pub gets better and better. We are very excited and looking forward to our visit in March. I want to know the story about the Indian!

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Cheers!

C25

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  11 comments for “Boro Inn

  1. 02/13/2016 at 12:09 pm

    That Indian confessional must have had an earful 🙂 Are you linking this to echoes?

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  2. 02/13/2016 at 1:45 pm

    What a unique pub, thank you for sharing. It’s on my Pinterest board for others to enjoy.

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  3. 02/14/2016 at 4:20 am

    You had me at “retired Catholic priest”! I’ll definitely check this place out if I’m ever in the area. Clare

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  4. 02/14/2016 at 5:53 am

    My kind of poetry. Calls for reading aloud.

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    • 02/14/2016 at 2:27 pm

      Thank you for your kind words. 💝

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  5. 02/15/2016 at 1:18 pm

    As you can imagine I’m saving this for future use! Sounds like my kind of insiders tip 😉

    Liked by 1 person

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