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Irish Bars and Pubs in Liverpool to check out

Have you ever wondered why Liverpool has so many Irish bars and pubs? 

The city and the Emerald Isle have had a long history, with over 20% of Liverpool’s population being Irish in 1851, and over half of the residents are of Irish descent. 

As there are so many Liverpool Irish bars to choose from, you are spoilt for choice for a night out or an afternoon Guinness. To make life easier, we have put together this guide to some of the best Irish pubs and bars in Liverpool.

Pogue Mahone

77 Seel Street, Liverpool L1 4BB

Irish Bars and Pubs in Liverpool to check out

Based in the heart of the city centre, Pogue Mahone is a traditional Irish pub that reportedly offers the best pint of Guinness.

As well as great drinks and a warm and friendly atmosphere, Pogue Mahone also offers some of the best Irish bars in Liverpool with live music every night of the week and shows all the important sports live as they happen on the big TV’s.

Dirty O’Sheas

57 Seel Street, Liverpool L1 4FB

Located within the building that used to house the old Empire nightclub, Dirty O’Sheas is a modern Irish pub in Liverpool with a lot of attitude and a great atmosphere. The same team is behind other city bars like Brooklyn Mixer, Peacocks, Soho, and McCooleys. 

The interior is extremely cool, with exposed brickwork, long tables and benches for communal drinking and some comfy and more private booths. There is also a variety of vintage signs that are dedicated to Irish whiskies and stouts. As should be the case in all great and lively bars, O’Sheas hosts various live music sets and TV live sports throughout the week. It is also famous for its inexpensive Baby Guinness and tantalising, if lethal, Dirty Pints.


68 Hanover Street, Liverpool L1 4AG

There is a reason why the O’Neill’s chain of traditional Irish pubs is so popular – they offer some of the best Irish pints in any city, including Liverpool.

This is a must-visit Irish bar in Liverpool for a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and the chance to enjoy live music, food, and drinks inspired by the Emerald Isle. They also show live sports on the big screens.

The Irish House

37 Ranelagh Street, Liverpool L1 1JP

Irish Bars and Pubs in Liverpool to check out

A popular traditional Irish pub, The Irish House on the bustling Ranelagh Street in Liverpool city centre is a stunning drinking hole. It has an impeccable interior with a large solid wood bar that dominates the main area.

There is no shortage of places to sit, and with big screens easy to view from most points around the pub, it’s perfect whether you want to have a quick drink, a long session or are looking to watch some live footie.

Dicey Reilly’s

Wolstenholme Square, Liverpool L1 4JJ

Irish Bars and Pubs in Liverpool to check out

Liverpool’s newest and most stylish Irish sports bar Dicey Reilly’s on Wolstenholme Square has opened just opened its doors.

This new Irish bar has seating for 120 guests with standing room for an additional 50 people. Boasting 10 Ultra HD TV’s with a fully integrated sound system, including 4 snugs with private screens. There is also a giant 3 meter screen on the ground floor for added atmosphere.

It doesn’t matter whether you are looking for a truly traditional experience or something that mirrors the Ireland of today more, there are a wide range of great Irish pubs in Liverpool. Even if you venture beyond the amazing venues featured above, we are sure you will have a great day or night out.


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