The craggy crust, which is almost crisp, protects the moister (but still appropriately coarse and dense) interior. It's tailor-made for a good slather of the accompanying soft butter.
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For centuries, London's pubs have served as meeting places, social spaces, rooms to relax and unwind, places to talk business, to eat and drink, to find comfort for an evening or solace for an hour. While many of the oldest pubs have been polished into new venues, some still retain their olde charms, giving visitors the chance to experience what a pub may have been like hundreds of years ago. Here are five of our favorites.
Shepherd's Pie from Bliss Street Station. [Photos: Sara Markel-Gonzalez It's St. Patrick's Day tomorrow! Green beer and corned beef and cabbage are fine options, but if you're in the mood for something a little more authentically Irish, try some...