Enter an Irish pub anywhere in the world and you've seen them all. You might think it's because they're not big on experimenting with interior design, but here's the real reason.
Most Irish pubs are built in workshops outside of Dublin all the way to the last detail and then shipped around the globe.
"Everything from the light fixtures to the floorboards would’ve been packed in a freight container and shipped halfway ‘round the world by one of a handful of companies that exports Erin’s most precious man-made resource: the “authentic” Irish pub," Thrillist reports.
NOTE: This post is an excerpt of the article that was originally written by Dave Infante from Thrillist. Read full article here.