There are many iconic pubs across Canada and many of them happen to be Irish pubs. Below are some of the great ones you must visit if you get the chance.
The Aulde Dubliner
This great Irish pub is located in Ottawa, Ontario. The interior of the pub sports Irish authenticity as their tables and chairs as well as pub paraphernalia is all imported from Ireland. Located in the busy ByWard Market, you can enjoy some great shopping after your meal.
Located in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia on the famously busy Argle Street, the pub is named after a whimsical woman in an old Irish folktale. She was known for creating poteen, an extremely strong liquor. Poteen is no longer available due to its alcoholic strength.
The King’s Head
This Irish themed pub is located in the Exchange District in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The pub has a very relaxing atmosphere and includes a very broad menu. Enjoy a stout and a helping of shepherd’s pie.
O’Shea’s, located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, is known for its little leprechaun-sized front door. This relaxed Irish pub is located on 2nd Avenue. The beer is cold, the service is great and the boneless dry ribs are to die for.
O’Flannigan’s is a quaint little Irish pub located in Kelowna, British Columbia. This pub is rocking on St. Patrick’s Day. Enjoy some cold Guinness and an array of deep-fried foods.
Le Vieux Dublin
Le Vieux Dublin is one of Montreal, Quebec’s oldest Irish pubs. Enjoy a UK brew such as Kilkenny, Harp and Newcastle while eating one of their fabulous meals.
The Irish Heather
The Irish Heather, located in Vancouver, British Columbia, is well known for its large whiskey selection. Choose from an array of brown whiskey imported from Ireland, for that authentic taste.