Spread over three floors, Hanrahans offers different settings within one venue including a traditional bar with beer garden, a pool room lounge, and an open-air rooftop garden with barbecue deck. Daily drinks promotions and a Happy Hour will ensure you enjoy the craic with locals and other holidaymakers while you watch live sports on the big screens. Serving food from 8am to 11pm, the vast menu includes traditional pub-grub, Thai food and authentic Irish dishes. Hanrahans is a firm favourite with the Irish expat community in Bangkok, and really comes to life when Ireland are involved in a rugby or football match, while it’s also one of the best places to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Bangkok.
Offering Thai dishes alongside traditional Irish fare, there is something for everyone to enjoy, including kids. The Drunken Leprechaun has regular live music events, and you can also catch up on the latest live sporting events including the English Premier League and 6 Nations Rugby. If you are looking for somewhere with a relaxed atmosphere and a good selection of Irish drinks then this is the place for you. With exposed red brick and dark wooden features, The Drunken Leprechaun is every bit the traditional Irish pub in the heart of Bangkok.
Open 24 hours a day, Mulligan’s will offer you a warm Irish welcome whatever the time of day. With 15 screens showing live sports, a beer garden, an array of familiar Irish draught and bottled beers, and daily drinks promotions, Mulligan’s is the ideal place to kick back and relax. Food is served daily from 6am and the menu offers a range of Thai and Irish dishes including some favourites such as Beef and Guinness Pie and Dublin Coddle.
With two venues across Bangkok (IMPACT and Silom), Flann O’Briens is the ideal place for a true Irish welcome. With live bands and full coverage of major sporting events, including the GAA, you’ll not be disappointed on the entertainment front. Offering a wide range of familiar Irish and British food and drink you’re sure to enjoy all the craic and banter of this Irish pub.