It’s really interesting that Irish bars are actually popular all over the world, not just in Ireland. Let’s take a look at some of the best Irish bars in London that have proven to be amazing places to visit during the day and night.
- The Lamb
This is a really subtle Irish pub that has a cosy atmosphere that will make you feel right at home. There are craft beers available on tap at The Lamb and not forgetting Guinness of course! Classic Irish folk music is played here every Sunday and there are music sessions on every Tuesday that customers can get involved with.
Located in Camden town itself, this is a rough and ready Irish pub that promises you an amazing time whatever time of day you happen to be there. With the friendly bar staff always on hand to provide a welcome ear, Quinn’s provides you somewhere to call home and there are a wide selection of beers available too.
Apparently this bar was one of the first to serve Guinness in London but if you are not a fan of the beer, perhaps you would prefer to try some of the Irish Whiskeys instead. The atmosphere and food here is also great, Tipperary is known for serving an amazing Sunday lunch!
- Waxy O’Connors
This is an Irish bar that is packed full of character, which is apparent in the decor and the people that consider themselves regulars. It is decorated beautifully with stone walls, cushioned seats and wooden panels. There is live music playing almost every night at Waxy O’Connors, which is ideal for those who enjoy a little more life from their watering hole of choice. In addition to a range of different dishes, all the classic Irish beers are available including Rebel Red and Caffreys.
- The Claddagh Ring
This is a legendary pub that has been around for over 25 years. There are regular sporting event shown on the big screen at The Claddagh Ring including all the Ireland cup games of course. St. Patricks Day is a huge celebration at this pub but there are actually lots of patriotic events all year around. You can get a famous soda bread sandwiches here, in addition to other classic Irish grub.