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Irish Pubs in London


Connolly's is proud to be the friendliest and only Irish pub in Chiswick, West London. Brendan and Lynda have been opening the doors here for nearly 10 years to provide a friendly & family atmosphere for all customers. It serves fresh homemade Irish food is a cosy setting where you can play pool, watch your favourite sports including GAA, and enjoy your day out in our back garden where sometimes they put on a BBQ when the weather is good!

Each week Connolly's has live Irish traditional music on Friday nights and on Saturday nights they have singers that range from solo artists to full bands.

 450 Chiswick High Rd., Chiswick, London W4 5TT

The Shanakee opened its doors in 2003 and is Irish-owned and managed. Over the years, it has been a hub of Irish activity for Ealing and the surrounding area, showing all GAA games on large-screen TVs and live music on Sunday nights. While the atmosphere is most definitely Irish, every nationality visiting the Shanakee is welcomed with open arms. The jukebox is very much a centre of focus at the Shanakee with an amazing selection of tunes. 

The Shanakee’s goal is to provide its customers with a warm and friendly welcome, great beer, great atmosphere and great craic.

9-10 Central Buildings, The Broadway, London, W5 2NT

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Irish bar on the busy Uxbridge Road. Lots of brewery mirrors along one wall, and a Watney Red Barrel font in the window space.

O'Brien's (formerly Flanagans) boasts live TV, a jukebox and live traditional Irish music.

This pub is known to have a warm atmosphere, great Guinness and good prices.

137 Uxbridge Road, London, W13 9AU

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