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Shenanigan’s George

Located in the city of George in the Western Cape region of South Africa, Shenanigan’s is a popular Irish bar for both locals and tourists in the area.  Hearty, home cooked meals and regular music sessions have made it a home from home for many travelling Irish, while the bar also boasts a good selection of beers and whiskey.  You can also expect to find a good selection of cocktails at Shenanigan’s, while the friendly staff will ensure you are always well looked after.  The exposed red brick, and mahogany interior, just add to the charm of Shenanigan’s in George.

62 York St, George, 6530, South Africa

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Brazen Head Big Bay

Just a short walk from the Cape Town coastline will take you to one of ten Brazen Head bars in South Africa.  With uninterrupted views of the splendid Table Mountain, it’s easy to argue the case for the Big Bay location to be considered the best of Brazen Head’s Irish pubs.  With a nice choice of beer on tap, and a menu that will entice you in with popular Irish dishes like Beef & Guinness Pie and Banratty’s Bangers and Mash, Brazen Head at Big Bay is right up there with the best Irish pubs you are likely to find in South Africa.

0A Cormorant Ave, Big Bay, Cape Town, 7441, South Africa

The Brazen Head Port Elizabeth

The Brazen Head is a chain of Irish pubs in South Africa, each of which brings something unique to the table.  With three bars and a restaurant in their Port Elizabeth bar, Brazen Head is arguably the most popular Irish pub in the  area, and with a great variety of food and beer, and a number of nooks to relax and unwind in, it’s easy to see why.  The outside bar proves to be a popular area during the summer months.

76 Cape Rd, Millpark, Port Elizabeth, 6001

The Dubliner Cape Town

Located only a short walk to the coast, and with the famous Table Mountain as a backdrop, The Dubliner at Kennedy’s is a famous Irish Pub in the heart of Cape Town.  With a dark wooden finish throughout, The Dubliner has strong claims to being Cape Town’s most authentic Irish pub, and the Guinness only enhances this.  The Dubliner is a no frills bar that hits the spot with food, music and drink, all in equal measure.  If you’re visiting Cape Town with family and friends, or perhaps travelling alone, be sure to call into The Dubliner, where you’ll be sure of a warm welcome.  The Sunday night music sessions with Riaan are particularly popular in The Dubliner.

251 Long St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa

Michael Collins Irish Pub

Instantly recognisable thanks to the famous name that’s over the door, The Michael Collins Irish Pub & Restaurant is located near the coast of  Struis Bay, about a 2hr 30min drive from Cape Town.  This is a charming Irish pub in a picturesque fishing village and a great pub for watching rugby in.  You can expect a warm welcome and a great selection of beers from the guys at Michael Collins.

21 Malvern Dr, Struis Bay, 7285, South Africa

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