Irish Pubs In London

If you’re the type of person who really favours great company and great ales on tap – then you’ve come to the right place. Traditionally different, forever friendly and brimming with Irish Champagne (that's a pint of Guinness to you and I), you’re sure to enjoy the spirit of the Emerald Isle in our guide to the best Irish pubs in London.

Howl At The Moon

118 user reviews 4

Located on Hoxton High Street, Howl at the Moon is a fun and lively Irish pub where booking is almost always essential. A buzzing, cosy and cool space littered in beer mats, plants and friendly faces, it's perfect for after-work drinks and grub and East London beers on tap.

Sir Colin Campbell

11 user reviews 4

With live trad Irish sessions three evenings a week and an incredible selection of beer and wine, Sir Colin Campbell is a great Irish pub in North London. Head here to find an intimate atmosphere, fun and delicious seasonal plates.

The Faltering Fullback

5 user reviews 5

A top Irish pub in North London, The Faltering Fullback isn't your traditional stop off. With anything and everything hanging from the ceiling, from bikes to hockey sticks to acoustic guitars, as well as footie on the big screen and a bustling beer garden, it's one to soak up that charming spirit.

The Toucan

2 user reviews 5

With a plethora of Guinness taps and Celtic dishes, mixed with music and a buzzy atmosphere, this venue is a great pick. Expect a lively atmosphere and quirky fairylit decor, often in the shape of large and colourful toucans.

The Cow

1 user review 4

Not for the traditionalists, this faux-Irish pub in Notting Hill is a great spot for a refreshing pint of Guinness and a trendy venue that hangs antlers from the ceiling. Head downstairs for your tavern feel or enjoy the shabby-chic vibes on the ground floor, complete with a vast selection of oysters and clams.

After the best Irish pubs in London with live music? Brogan's can be found on Fulham Broadway and boasts 4 widescreen TVs, entertainment, a full menu of scrummy food, and a gorgeous rustic interior. Think cosy booths, bare brick walls and stunning stained glass windows.