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Dubh Linn Gate Irish Pub Restaurant Review: Fine “slow-pour” draughts or tots of Irish whiskey with heaping mounds of finely prepared pub fare set the stage at this transplanted bit of olde Ireland. The pub’s entire interior, including the unfinished-wood floors and lots of stained glass, was built back in the old country and imported to its prime base-of-the-mountain location. The patio is smack at the bottom of the slopes, so skiers can unsnap their gear and unwind in minutes. Pop in for a breakfast of Irish scramble or corned beef hash to sustain you for the slopes. Later, generous portions of Guinness and crab bisque, steak-and-ale pie, “fat of the land” Irish stew, and ale-battered cod-and-chips are sure to hit the spot. It's hard to get away from good-for-you Guinness when it makes its way into a chocolate Guinness cake. Rousing live Celtic music serenades après-skiers each evening.