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Good Friends, Good Times
Over three decades ago, five friends, all established businessmen in their own right with a true passion for hospitality, saw a need in the Seacoast Region of New Hampshire for a true place where family, friends and business associates could meet and gather for good food, share a story, enjoy a few laughs and, of course, have a pint or two! - This is MASTER MCGRATH'S the best Irish Pub in Seabrook, NH!
Irish Pub located conveniently in Seabrook, NH off
of Route 107, just off I-95, Exit 1. Southbound folks, please
turn right at the end of the off-ramp. Northbound folks, take
a left at the off-ramp light. Then take a left at the set of
lights, followed by a quick right turn into our parking lot.
We are less than a ½ mile off I-95!
GPS Address: 8 Batchelder Road, Seabrook, NH
From its beginning, the five friends selected from amongst themselves to oversee and direct the operations, Jim "Mr. Moodie" and his wife Millie. They sold their landmark seafood restaurant on the South Shore, packed up the kids, and moved to the Seacoast. They went to work on what is a landmark steak restaurant on the Seacoast today. Their passion and love for the hospitality business and for each other created what is a True Family Restaurant. We lost Jim in November, 2005 and Millie in November, 2007, but today, with their son Bill and any career employees who "Mr. Moodie" taught "how to do things right", the vision is still the same... "Where Good Folk Meet".
Whether you’re looking for a seafood restaurant, steak restaurant, Irish pub or anything in between we’ll be happy have you as our guest! So come on by and visit us. Also, please feel free to check out our menu here.
"Ode to Master McGrath"
1869 being the
date of the year
The Waterloo sportsmen, they all did appear
To win the great race and to bear it away
Never counting on Ireland and Master McGrath
And when they arrived there in big London town
The great English sportsmen they all gathered 'round
One of the gentlemen gave a "Ha! Ha!
Is that the great dog you call Master McGrath?"
Lord Lurgan stepped forward and said "Gentlemen,
If there's any among you have money to spend,
For your great English greyhound I don't care a straw.
I'll bet 5,000 to 1 upon Master McGrath."
White Rose stood uncovered, the great English pride
Her trainer and owner were both by her side.
They led them away and the crowd cried "Hurrah!"
For the pride of all England and Master McGrath.
As Rose and the
Master, they both ran along,
"I wonder," says Rose "what took ya from your home.
You should have stayed there in your Irish domain
Not come to gain laurels on Albion's Plain."
"It's true," says McGrath, "we have wild heathered bogs,
But you'll find in Ole Ireland we have good men and dogs
Lead on, bold Britannia, you've run off your jaw;
So back up your nostrils," says Master McGrath.
The hare she led on, what a beautiful view
As swift as the wind o'er the green fields she flew.
He jumped on her back and he held up his paw
"Three cheers for Ole Ireland," says Master McGrath.
I've known many greyhounds that filled me with pride
In the days that are gone and it can't be denied,
The greatest and the bravest the world ever saw
Was our Champion of Champions,
Brave Master McGrath.
Master McGrath, "The Greatest Greyhound That
Ever Lived" - His passing 1871
Family Pub, Irish Pub, Steak Restaurant, Seafood Restaurant, Family Dining, Family Restaurant, Buffet Restaurant, Breakfast Restaurant, Saturday and Sunday Brunch, Entertainment, Music, Business Meetings, Plenty of Parking, Open all year.
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