This charming little Irish boozer in the heart of the Monserrat area of Buenos Aires is within walking distance of one of the main squares of the city, the Plaza de Mayo. The impressive wooden interior helps to create an authentic look that has established The Clover as one of Buenos Aires’ best Irish pubs. With a great selection of Irish whiskey and creams, along with a good range of Irish, Argentinian and international beers, and regular entertainment, The Clover is a bar that would make it on to any Buenos Aires pub crawl list, never mind an Irish pub crawl list. The Clover is a go to when celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Buenos Aires, with the Irish community in the city partying to the sounds of Irish folk music long into the night.
If you’re looking for a truly authentic Irish pub experience in Buenos Aires, then look no further than Sláinte. With an interior that is modelled on some of the finest pubs in Dublin, Sláinte has gone to a lot of effort to create a slice of Ireland right in the heart of Buenos Aires. With empty bottles of Jameson Whiskey lining the shelves and hurls and Irish road signs dotted around the walls of Sláinte, the ambience of the pub is like nothing else you will come across in Argentina’s capital. In fact, Sláinte would fit in perfectly if it were nestled into a corner in Temple Bar, Eyre Square or Johnsgate. But it’s not, it’s here sitting in Buenos Aires, cooking up a storm with the locals, who pack this place out every weekend, and most weeknights. With top notch food and a great selection of craft beers and whiskey, be sure to make Sláinte your first port of call upon arriving in Buenos Aires.
A busy pub and restaurant, O’Connors is a special pub experience in the city of Cordoba. An impressive interior and striking design features on the exterior of the building have helped to create a unique feel to this Irish pub and restaurant. With a food menu that covers all tastes available throughout the day, and a substantial collection of craft beers to enjoy (you can also grab a pint of Guinness), O’Connor’s is certainly a pub heading in the right direction and one that any Irish tourist in Cordoba should do their best to get along to.
Opened back in 2000, Dubliners Irish Pub in Buenos Aires is one of the most popular Irish pubs in all of Argentina. The bar has perfectly captured the authentic look and feel of an Irish pub, with its wooden furniture and tile flooring reminiscent of many country pubs in Ireland. But it takes more than a nice appearance to tick all the major boxes for an Irish pub, and Dubliners does just that. A great atmosphere, Guinness on tap, and a warm welcome help you feel right at home in Argentina’s capital.