That would be Matt Murphy's, the food is supposed to be great.
Perhaps the uilleann piper was Cillian Vallely, the fiddler..?
> Ironically or coincidentally or footnotically, this reminds me of the
> first time I heard the Old Bush in living form, as played by a fine
> handsome young piper and a fine pretty young fiddler at a narrow little
> pub/restaurant named Matt Something-or-other's in Brookline, Mass., I think
> it was. Which by the way had a darn good peppery shepherd's pie. Seamus
> Kelleher will know the place, and PGM as well no doubt. Anyway, I was
> naive back then, and still am I'll admit, but after they played this great
> tune, I asked the piper the name of it, and he with a fairly heavy accent
> had to repeat it a couple of times for my unacclimated ears. Then we got
> to chatting a bit more, and I start asking him about whether he gets any
> money for doing this, and so on, and after a bit of back-and-forth, he
> turns to me and says, "You wouldn't be the taxman, would you?" And I
> cracked up. Maybe you had to be there. Even now when I tell the story to
> my wife she cracks up as well.
> Jeffrey Erickson