Irish Riviera

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Irish Riviera is a slang expression that can refer to any of several seaside communities in the United States with high population densities of Irish-Americans, including:

Massachusetts
Marshfield, a town south of Boston in Plymouth County on the Atlantic coast
Scituate, a town south of Boston in Plymouth County on the Atlantic coast
South Boston, a neighborhood of Boston
Squantum, a neighborhood of Quincy
The South Shore, a region south of Boston Harbor along the Atlantic coast
Indiana
Michigan City, a city in northwest Indiana on the shores of Lake Michigan
Michigan
New Buffalo, A city on Lake Michigan's Gold Coast [1]
New Jersey
Avon, a borough in central New Jersey on the Atlantic coast [2]
Belmar, a borough in central New Jersey on the Atlantic coast [3]
Lake Como, a borough in central New Jersey on the Atlantic coast [4]
Spring Lake, a borough in central New Jersey on the Atlantic coast
New York
Breezy Point, Queens, a neighborhood of the New York City borough of Queens [5]
Rockaway Beach, Queens, a neighborhood of the New York City borough of Queens [6]
Gerritsen Beach, Brooklyn, a neighborhood of the New York City borough of Brooklyn
References
  1. ^ One Tank Wonders - New Buffalo, Michigan
  2. ^ Roth, Phillip (1997). American Pastoral. Houghton Mifflin. ISBN 0-395-86021-0. 
  3. ^ Belmar Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
  4. ^ Como region
  5. ^ Herszenhorn, David M. (June 18, 2001). "THE CENSUS". The New York Times. 
  6. ^ Summer on the Irish Riviera