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Irish Pubs in London
 City of London


Behind the triple-arch stone bridge in Dowra, stands the first Leitrim bar the river Shannon meets. A pub that welcomes anyone and everyone. A pub that serves simple, quality drinks with warm Irish hospitality. A pub that inspired Paul’s love of pubs, and one which inspires Feeney’s today.

As well as local pubs, Paul traveled around the world learning from each he worked in, and all the great people he worked with gave him the confidence to “Go it alone”.

So having worked in bars from a young age, Paul always knew he wanted to have his own one day. Somewhere he could stock full of the best drinks, and full of people having a good time. At the ripe old age of ??, in a post-pandemic world, Paul’s dream came true and Feeney’s was born.

48 Mark Ln, London, EC3R 7QH

The Rising Sun, a pub at 61 Carter Lane, is a Grade II listed building built in the early/mid-19th century. One of London's few independent pubs. Great selection of booze served with friendly and fast service. They play the big sports matches on the TV - World Cup/Six Nations etc.

There's seating indoors and outdoors (with heaters and blankets available, just ask nicely at the bar) and when it's busy the street is filled with customers as it's a popular ''after-work'' spot for many.
The Rising Sun has a nice menu and also a space for private hire for events.

61 Carter Ln, Fleet Street, London EC4V 5DY

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