Best Irish pubs in Sydney Australia
Irish beers and hearty pub grub served over 2 floors decorated with dark wood and Guinness posters. The warm glow of the open fire and traditional Irish music drowning out the hustle and bustle of city life. As daylight fades the ‘craic’ begins, settle in with a creamy pint of Guinness or one of our many beers, wines, and spirits.
Location: 57 King St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
The Porterhouse Sydney
This pub is suitably set a stone’s throw away from Sydney’s busy Central Business District but also far enough from the bustle of Surry Hills. Finding the perfect balance of Irish style without going over the top, The Porterhouse is rustic and wholesome, charming and characterful, with the odd nod to Guinness iconography. On that note, they do pour one of the best pints of Guinness in town and offer amazing prices on food as well as drinks.
Location: The Porterhouse, 233 Riley Street, Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia.
This classic Irish bar is clad with all the typical things you’d expect from a pub in the ‘Emerald Isle’: it has wooden furnishings throughout, pub grub served from morning until night, perfectly poured pints of Guinness and Kilkenny, and fun and laughter seven nights a week. Despite the name, Maloney’s Hotel is merely a pub, not a hotel, so don’t plan on staying here for the night if you get carried away with all the craic to be had here!
Location: Maloney’s Hotel, 81 Goulburn Street, Sydney, Australia.
PJ Gallagher’s, Enfield Sydney
Located in Enfield, a suburb West of Sydney’s CBD is PJ Gallagher’s. This Irish pub chain has quite a few impressive locations across Sydney, but when it comes to top-notch Irish fare in a casual and cool setting, look no further than the Enfield location. Their traditional menu also boasts 2-for-1 meals every single day of the week. There’s also a weekday happy hour and weekly events such as poker and trivia nights.
Location: P.J. Gallagher’s Irish Pub, Coronation Parade, Enfield, Sydney, Australia.
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