Irish Pubs in Manchester
For a place that is rocking all night long where the whiskey is flowing and the band is playing; make sure you check out our top picks of the best Irish bars in Manchester. With plenty of fun and frivolity to have in these great Manchester pubs; there's plenty to keep you entertained with a huge mix of Irish music, Irish Whiskeys and plenty of craic.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Situated in the popular Printworks lies Waxy O’Connors – a cavernous, faux-Gaelic pub with nine separate rooms and plenty of Irish memorabilia. With plenty of Irish food and a huge drinks selection as well as a huge 250-year-old Irish tree brought over in 2002; Waxy O’Connors will keep the Manchester nightlife party going all night long.
A great bar just off Oxford Road, O’Sheas helps to deliver the sights, sounds and tastes of the Emerald Isle to the great Manchester public. With a great range of whiskey from the standard to the special and rare – there’s plenty of fun to be had in this great Manchester pub.
For a great place to relax after a hard day’s shopping, check out Manchester's oldest Irish pub, Mulligans of Deansgate, where traditional Irish live music is played every Sunday and there’s more Guinness than you could ever dream of. Sports fans rejoice too as Mulligans shows everything from Premier League football to horse racing and gaelic sports - so head down to this popular Manchester pub.
Just outside the city centre in the lovely suburb of Didsbury lies O’Neill's Manchester; a classic Irish pub where the drinks are strong and the food is hearty. With live music four nights a week traversing the genres between Irish Folk, Indie and everything in between; there’s something for everyone at this great Didsbury bar.
A typical Irish pub, The Shamrock serves traditional favourites from Guinness to Jameson’s whiskey whilst staying popular with locals and students alike. Keep your eyes peeled for their open mic nights and traditional Irish live music with plenty to party all night to.