Find an Irish Pub

What makes an Irish pub Irish? An Irish name? Neon shamrocks in the windows? Guinness on tap? Far be it from us to judge. We’ll leave that up to you.

If you’re searching for a place to slake your thirst, you might as well start here. Sláinte!

(You can help us keep the map up to date. if we’re missing a bar, or if a bar has gone out of business, use the contact form, below.)


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    C.P. Donovan

    January 10, 2011

    Sorry to report that “A Piece of Ireland” in Newark, DE has closed shop. However its sister pub “Sheridan’s” (sp?) in Smyrna, DE is still in operation.

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      Jeff Meade

      January 10, 2011

      Thanks much! It’s been fixed.

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    Joe Magee

    February 17, 2011

    Marty Magee’s in Prospect Park, PA is a great little irish pub, or atleast I founded it for that purpose 🙂

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    March 16, 2011

    How about Kildare’s in West Chester, PA?
    18-22 West Gay Street
    West Chester, PA 19380

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    March 17, 2011

    If you ever come across the Road to Florida come to Tim Finnegans at 1725 South Federal Highway (at Linton Blvd.) in
    Delray Beach, Florida..see you there.

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    jeanette hoffman

    March 20, 2011

    The Red Rooster Inn in N.E.Philadelphia
    serves lovely Irish breakfast every Sunday morning @10 am to 1:30 pm. Jeanette makes the Irish soda bread, and it is delicious!

    Also we are known for the most delicious crab cakes.

    The Red Rooster is off of Rhawn Street.
    call for info 215-745-1919

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    Mike Callahan

    April 8, 2011

    One of the oldest Irish bars in the heart of Philadelphia. CALLAHAN’S SOUTH STREET GRILLE at 26th and South Sts at the base of the newly rebuilt South Street Bridge on the Center City side. Cold beer, hot meals and great conversation in the Schuylkill neighborhood. Join us on Facebook for all updates.

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    Dane Gray

    May 30, 2011

    Kildare’s Irish Pub in West Chester, PA is not on the website.

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    Frank Harris

    June 25, 2011

    Slainte Irish Pub & Grill at 30th St and Market across from the train station is a great Irish pub wit live Irish music on Mondays. The food is pretty good too, especially the burgers.

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    July 31, 2011

    O’Connors Pub here in High St Chestertown MD is a great place where strangers become friends .. Check us out @ O’Connor’s Pub on facebook

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    Salta Dert

    August 27, 2011


    I used to live in Philly back in 1994 and I always drank in a little bar called “The Irish Kitchen” on Pratt st. I wrote a song about a night out and wanted to get it to them if it’s still open. I tried calling but the number online is no longer listed.
    If you wanna listen too an Irish drinking song about Philly goto:

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    March 18, 2012

    need a replacement for the loss of the shanachie

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    April 28, 2012

    Information about a bar at 12th & South Sts early 1900’s – name? – owner? –
    license issued to Patrick Kearney –


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    April 30, 2012

    How about Paddy Rooney’s Pub, 449 West Chester Pike, Havertown, Pa 19083. Live GAA games from Ireland, guinness draft. Best caterer of Irish fare around.

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    May 23, 2012

    Fado Irish Pub in center city (15th and Locust). Best soccer bar in the city, plays all GAA games.

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    Connie Clifford

    October 14, 2012

    Molly Maguier’s Pubs is in Phoenixville and Lansdale. Our owners Declan Mannion(from Galaway) and Conor Cummins(from Cork) upon forming a wonderful friendship in the states have created a true Irish Pub feeling for us Americans. Truly a treat for anyone in the area to visit,

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    tom kasper

    March 3, 2013

    Hey Where can I hear this band called the Derry MInstrels. I heard them at a retirement village in West Chester

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    May 16, 2013

    I moved into Philly about a year ago. Back home (Virginia) I went to a Pub that had a sign that said, “pay the bar $10 if you request Danny Boy, musicians that played songs like Bog Down in the Valley, Black and Tans, Peggy Gordon, Big Strong Man, and many more. Also, you had to be able to take a verbal beating at the door to get in.

    I loved it.
    I have yet to find a bar with that kind of music in Philly. I have been all over most of the Center City Bars. Can anyone provide me with some recommendations?

    If so, shoot me an email

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    Jim Byrne

    November 21, 2013

    Media PA

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    Marty Spellman

    November 24, 2013

    Saint Declan Well. 3131 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. Live music Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 4.

    You will think you are in Ireland