For live sports, especially GAA, then Dan Murphy’s is your bar. Sponsors of Amsterdam GAA, Dan Murphy’s will take you back to your very own corner of Ireland. A lively bar with a great nightlife, and a superb pint. A must visit on any city break to Amsterdam.
Great food, great craic and a great interior have firmly put Molly Malone’s on the Amsterdam bar scene. Located on the corner of Amsterdam’s famous Red Light district, Molly Malone provides a warm welcome in the heart of the Dam! If you’re looking for GAA games, food from home and traditional music sessions, then look no further.
An authentic Irish pub with a distinctly Dutch flavour, O’Donnell’s is located behind the world-famous Heineken Brewery in Amsterdam. Great beer, food and live music sessions, along with a large beer garden have made O’Donnell’s a firm favourite for travellers during the summer months. Live sports, a full Irish breakfast and steak and Guinness pie just add to the O’Donnell’s offering.
One of the most famous Irish pubs in Amsterdam, Mulligans is something of an institution, with a reputation as legendary meeting place for musicians, writers and artists alike. The highlight of the week in Mulligans is Sunday, with an open Irish music session that wouldn’t be out of place in towns like Doolan and Tralee. If you love the idea of sipping a pint and listening to trad music on your travels, look no further than Mulligans.
The O’Reilly’s name may be familiar to many regular travellers around Europe, with sister bars located in Belgium and Germany. O’Reilly’s is famed for its hospitality, traditional Irish food and fine pints. Located behind the Palace at Dam Square, O’Reilly’s is perfectly located to stop by and grab a pint as you explore Amsterdam on foot.