Irish pubs in London

If you’re the type of the person who really favours great company, and great ales on tap – then you’ve come to the right place. With St Patricks Day looming on the horizon, it's the perfect time to check out London's Irish scene. Traditionally different and unique, you’re sure to sample the best Guinness in the City with the friendliest bartenders in town. Check out our list of recommended Irish Bars, Pubs and Clubs to find the perfect one for you. 




Waxy O'Connors London

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This venue is a labyrinth of bars, linked by different staircases, ornate wooden decorations and the famous Waxy's 250ft tree shipped in from Ireland. Check out the stunning ceiling, complete with beautiful stain glass windows and huge wooden beams and drink like a king in magnificent surroundings.

Waxy's Little Sister

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Comfy sofas, open fire and a relaxing vibe make this a great place to meet friends, grab a quick drink or settle in for the evening. Snuggle up on one of the plush leather sofas and enjoy a chat over a tipple in the soothing candle light. Visit the traditional Irish taverns of yore without a time machine or a long journey ahead.

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The Auld Shillelagh

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For its amazing beer garden, some of the best Guinness in London and big screens for watching sport, The Auld Shillelagh is a great Irish pub. It's been nestled in the heart of Stoke Newington for over 20 years so don't worry, you're drink is in good hands - these guys have been practicing and refining for quite a while.

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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 down the stairs for your tavern feel or enjoy the shabby-chic vibes on the ground floor for a twist on the Irish experience. With a vast selection of oysters and clams, enjoy some luxury in a relaxed atmosphere.

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The Porterhouse

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This twelve-tiered bar is London's largest venue, so head to the highest levels for a quiet, intimate pint or spread yourself out and mix it up, that's entirely up to you. The Porterhouse began in Ireland and this Covent Garden branch has gone to great lengths to  retain its cultural roots, brewing its craft beers in Dublin before shipping them to London. You can't get much more authentic than that.

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The Faltering Fullback

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This quirky Irish pub isn't your traditional stop off. With anything and everything hanging from the ceiling, from bikes to hockey sticks to acoustic guitars, admire the sights and grab on to that perfect pint of Guinness. Watch some footie on the big screen or chill out in the beer garden and soak up that charming Irish spirit.

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