Blarney Stone


Blarney Stone | Place | A rite of passage for many young suburban Vancouverites is to party at the Blarney Stone, an Irish-themed “pub” in Gastown. Although remodelled in 2010, the bar still manages to attract a melange of barely legals who wreak (and reek) havoc on the neighbourhood every St. Patrick’s Day.

Usage: “Ugh. My dog just ate someone’s green puke in Bloody Alley. Thanks, Blarney Stone!”

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