For beer lovers, this is a must visit, with The Castle Bar serving up over 30 beers on tap and a wide variety of craft beers. Although the bar only opened its doors in 2013, it has a great reputation within Berlin and with 20 changing craft beers on tap in the craft bar, and around 100 different types of bottle deer, you’re sure to find something new in The Castle Pub. The pub also runs regular quiz nights and comedy shows, all adding to the unique atmosphere that the bar has managed to create since its launch.
A bit of a hidden gem in Berlin, The Lir is a mix of traditional Ireland meets modern Germany, and the result is a wonderfully charming bar. With a reputation for great food and a polished stone interior, The Lir is a must visit for Irish tourists in Berlin. They also serve a mean Shepherd’s Pie.
Named after the popular Irish ballad made famous by Planxty and Christy Moore, the Cliffs of Dooneen is a popular Irish pub and sports bar in the heart of Berlin. With a good range of Irish beers and whiskey, and regular live music sessions, you’ll have a memorable night in the Cliffs of Dooneen. The trad music sessions on a Sunday are well worth getting along to.
Taking its name from the James Joyce story ‘Finnegan’s Wake’, a Dublin story about a Dubliner who loved pubs and drinking, Finnegan’s Irish Pub aims to create the vibe of a typical Dublin boozer, and does a great job of it! Located on one of Berlin’s busiest shopping streets, Schloss Strasse, Finnegan’s is the perfect place to stop and rest your feet with a drink or two. Finnegan’s has been serving locals and tourists alike since 1986, and shows no signs of slowing up.
A hearty traditional Irish breakfast and an amazing burger menu await you in the Harp Bar, which is located in the charming Charlottenburg area of Berlin. an authentic interior and regular pub quizzes have firmly put The Harp Bar on the map when it comes to Berlin’s top Irish pubs. Come the summer months, the bars beer garden is pumping.
Located near the popular Friedrichstraße shopping street, Murphy’s is an authentic Irish bar serving great food and drink in Berlin. The bar is also home to one of the finest selections of Irish whiskey in Berlin, as well as serving up a mean bowl of Irish stew. We’ll drink to that!
The Oscar Wilde Irish Pub was the first Irish Pub to open its doors in the Mitte region of Berlin, back in 1991, with the building itself dating back to 1912. With live music and karaoke a regular sight at The Oscar Wilde, the bar has also earned a reputation for top quality pub grub, and of course, a great pint of stout.
The 3-time “Guinness Irish Pub of the Year”, the Kilkenny Irish Pub in Berlin’s Mitte district has a great reputation both within locals, and international visitors to Germanys capital. Barrell tables, a vaulted ceiling, wooden features and an impressive copper brewing vessel dome, all work to make Kilkenny a truly impressive space. With three rooms of equal charm and character, if there’s one Irish pub you visit in Berlin, make sure it’s Kilkenny.
Located in the popular Europa Centre, the bar simply known as ‘Irish Pub’ is considered by many to be the most famous Irish pub in Berlin. With an authentic look and feel to the bar and a great variety of beer and cider available, it’s easy to see why Irish Pub is popular with tourist and locals alike. With regular music and live sports, be sure to stop by Irish Pub for one when visiting Berlin.