The Black Rose

The Black Rose

The “Roisin Dubh” has been a downtown tradition on the edge of Quincy Market since 1976. You’re guaranteed a raucous good time with live music every night of the week, and in the past, the stage has been graced by flutist James Galway, Liam Clancy, and the once unknown Irish rock band, U2.

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