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Irish Pubs in London
 North

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McCafferty’s Bar is a wonderful, authentic Irish pub in North Harrow, London.

This is a home-from-home for many Irish, yet, it is still very popular with locals in the area.

Many screens are situated throughout the bar, making it the perfect go-to spot for any major sporting event.


25 Pinner Rd, North Harrow, Harrow HA2 6ED

McCaffertys
Crouch End

McCafferty’s Bar is a wonderful, authentic Irish pub  located in Tottenham Lane North London.  This is a home from home for many Irish people, yet, it is still very popular with locals in the area.

Many screens are situated throughout the bar, making it the perfect go-to spot for any major sporting event. 

128 Tottenham Lane, London, N8 7EL


 

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The Faltering Fullback, is off the beaten track, nestled away on a leafy residential street in Finsbury Park. It's an enchanting Irish pub, adorned in ivy, and has become the best worst-kept secret in London. 

This is a Rugby hot spot, the Sin Bin is a designated area within the pub intended for a mass of sports fans to come together to enjoy big match days. This room is set with rows of picnic tables, and two large TV screens, the walls are draped in signed rugby jerseys, flags, scarves, and sport-related props. The stage, piano, and microphones are then swiftly put into action ready for live music to be belted out late into the evening.  


19 Perth Road Finsbury Park, London N4 3HB

 Nestled in the heart of Wembley Park, The Parish Bar brings a taste of the Emerald Isle to the bustling streets of London.

Step inside and be transported to a cozy haven where the warm, friendly atmosphere will make you feel right at home. The pub's traditional Irish decor, adorned with rustic wood, vintage photographs, and green accents, pays homage to the rich history and culture of Ireland.

Live Irish music and DJ’s on select nights will have you tapping your feet and clapping your hands. Whether you're Irish at heart or just looking for a taste of Ireland in London, "The Parish Bar" is the place to be. Pop in for a craic-filled evening of laughter, good company, and unforgettable memories. Sláinte!"

120 Wembley Park Drive, Brent HA9 8HP

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The Auld Shillelagh opened in 1991 it was just a tiny pub consisting of the bar, some bar stools and a single toilet with a dart board on the door.

Over 20 years have passed and the pub is now 3 times longer with a beer garden out the back that faces the sun for most of the day. They have live music every week and show all the major sporting events on multiple big screens.

They also still take pride in looking after our beers, the Guinness is regularly touted by reviewers and customers alike as the best in north London, the atmosphere is friendly and welcoming and they claim would put their bar staff up against the best of them.

105 Stoke Newington Church St, London N16 0UD
 

Home comforts with a healthy dose of Irish flavour are key at Homeboy, delicious drinks are served alongside playful home-cooked food to a soundtrack of hip-hop and RnB. With a focus on celebrating Irish producers, the cocktail menu is composed of three pillars: Irish Whiskey, where the drinks showcase the versatility that once saw Irish Whiskey as the top-selling spirit in the world; Contemporary, utilizing modern techniques to create unashamedly delicious drinks; and Classics, paying homage to some of the modern classic cocktails of our time.
In addition, Irish beers and of course, Draught Guinness is also served.

108 Essex Road, London, N1 8LX

 

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Lovely Irish pub with great atmosphere and a warm welcome. Mannions Prince Arthur holds regular music events and has 2 big screens and 2 small for all sporting events including Irish games.  Great pints as a bonus!

158 Broad Ln, London, N15 4QJ

An independent modern Irish pub in Kilburn with a really lovely atmosphere owned and managed by descendants of Irish émigrés.  Its mission: a little bit of Irish hospitality in the heart of London, with a contemporary and forward-looking outlook – just like Ireland today.

264-266 Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 2BY

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The Sheephaven Bay
Camden Town

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The Sheephaven Bay is a pub located just off Camden Town High Street and offers customers a brilliant vibe with all the warmth and charm of a traditional Irish pub.

They offer a warm welcome and plenty of space with two bars, three separate seating areas and 14 plasma TV screens showing the latest sports. There is also a beautiful conservatory that leads to their cosy beer garden. If you enjoy home-cooked food then you’ll love what they have to offer.

When in the Camden area, visit The Sheephaven Bay for great drinks, fabulous food and fun every day of the week! Their venue is ideal for pre-concert drinks or as a warm-up before heading to the high street.

2 Mornington Street, London, NW1 7QD

Buckley’s has always been known as a lively and entertaining venue, popular with young and old alike. There is a very lively mix of customers, and popular for local events, parties and charity nights. There is live music every weekend and parties are catered for apon request.
Has a great reputation fo atmosphere and good quality pints!

187 Streatfield Rd, Stanmore, Harrow HA3 9DA

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The Springfield Tavern is a local Irish pub with live music, BT and Sky Sports coupled with a unique Thai food kitchen. 

Situated close to Bounds Green Station, this Irish pub serves a wide variety of drinks that customers can enjoy in their recently renovated beer garden.

133 Bounds Green Road, London, N11 2PP

The Claddagh Ring Pub was established in 1991 and has been redesigned in 2005 into one of London's most modern irish pubs. It still holds the homely feel of a warm and welcoming pub with its traditional roots that incorporates both old and new design.

As well as being a fantastic place to watch sport throughout the year they also have a state of the art sound system. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights some of London's most popular bands play live gigs in an electric atmosphere as well as a resident DJ.

10 Church Road, Hendon, NW4 4EA 

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Life of Reilly
Harrow

 

Absolutely Faultless great staff and service and an ace pint . All sports shown top entertainment it has everything under the same roof if you haven't paid a visit i highly suggest you do a top guvnor and gentleman in Mr Barry Reilly the owner - a proper Irish pub.

Warwick Parade Kenton Ln, Harrow HA3 8SA

Friendly local pub located in North Harrow. Refurbished in January 2019 with 9 large TVs it is the perfect place to watch all the sports! Live music each Friday and Saturday night. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for all event listings.

Broadwalk Pinner Road, Harrow HA2 6ED

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Frosty's Bar
Harrow

 

A cosy local pub located in Kenton, Harrow. This pub shows live Irish sports on multiple TVs, 5 inside and 1 in their beer garden, as well as live music sessions, comedy nights and seasonal events.

Take a look at their Facebook page for regular updates and events. 

404 Kenton Road, Harrow HA3 9DW

Morano's Bar
Canons Park

A popular, buzzy bar that thrives on live, diverse music, regular quiz nights and live sports. They serve an extensive menu of food, including pizza and nachos, as well as speciality cocktails.

Take a look at their Facebook page for regular updates and events. 

12, Stations Parade, Canons Park, HA8 6RW

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