With an estimated three-quarters of the population having Irish roots, Liverpool has plenty of Irish bars to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in. This year, The Sphinx has put together some of Liverpool’s best Irish pubs and bars for you and your mates to have a craic-ing St. Patrick’s Day pub crawl!
Experience live music, entertainment and plenty of giveaways this St. Patrick’s Day Weekend at Liverpool’s largest Irish bar, Punch Tarmey’s. This year, Punch Tarmey’s have teamed up with Arriva Click offering you a 25% discount with the code CLICKPUNCH – make sure you have the app so you don’t miss out on this great deal!
Location: 31 Grafton St, Liverpool L8 5SD
Grab a Guinness at Liverpool’s oldest Irish pub! This St. Patrick’s Day, Flanagan’s Apple are hosting over 20 live music acts with Irish dancers you won’t want to miss.
Location: 8 Mathew Street, Liverpool L2 6RE
With live sport and Guinness from £2.90, McCooley’s is the perfect place to stop for your St. Patrick’s Day crawl. Booths and tables will fill up fast, so be sure to book in advance to avoid disappointment – firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: 46-50 Wood St, Liverpool, L1 4AQ
Pogue Mahone is hosting their own St. Patrick’s Day Weekend party with plenty of live music and ‘the best Guinness in Liverpool’ (or so they claim!) – definitely not one to miss for the ultimate Irish pub crawl.
Location: 77 Seel Street, Liverpool L1 4BB
Catch live music from Cathy Carter (6-10pm) this Sunday and be sure to try some of their quirky Irish cocktails – we recommend the Dancing Leprechaun (Bushmills, Drambuie, Lemon, Lime, Ginger Ale – £5.45), the Pot of Gold (Bushmills, Archers, Ginger Ale, Orange Juice – £5.25), and the What’s The Craic (Spiced Rum, Archers, Jack Daniels, Lemon, Cranberry – £5.25)
Location: 77 Tithebarn St, Liverpool L2 2EN
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