This beautifully designed pub dishes up some great fare from across the pond, with Irish stew, steak and Guinness pie and bacon and cabbage all worth a try. With GAA screened through the season, this craic-ing boozer meets all the needs of the city's Irish contingent.
Irish Pubs in Glasgow
Glasgow has a rather solid Irish community, and in case you hadn't heard those Irish (like us Scots) have a reputation for being fond of a drop. A match made in heaven. While the pool of Irish bars might be small, it's most definitely mighty. These great boozers churn out fantastic whisky, incredible Guinness, sensational Irish sport and authentic music. So next time you have a craving for good craic, fiery whiskey or a smooth stout, you'll know where to go; check out our guide to the best Irish pubs in Glasgow.
With venues across two continents, Kitty O'Shea's knows a thing or two about authentic Irish vibes. The interior is warm, the prices are decent and the banter flows as freely as the drinks. More than just another Irish bar, you'll find craft beers and food from around the world.
Hitting the sweet spot between lively atmosphere, friendly service and thorough menus, you won't be short of Guinness or Jameson here. A prime spot for Celtic fans, you can be assured that there will be Irish singing, old rebel songs and live music providing a roaring soundtrack to your night.