The first Irish pub to be set up in Lisbon, O’Gilins is still Irish owned today and has made a big impression on the Lisbon pub scene. If it’s live music and traditional sessions that you are after, then look no further, as O’Gilins will keep you entertained all year round. As well as music sessions, O’Gilins shows everything from GAA to soccer, and will often attract a full house for many big games. The regular jam sessions also attract large crowds.
Irish and Co has two locations in Lisbon, with a bar & restaurant near Rossio Train Station and another located at Rua Pimenta along the downtown riverside. With a familiar range of beers and ciders, and a menu that will take you back to your local gastropub, Irish & Co will certainly hit the spot if you’re looking a taste of home on your travels.
The Corner Irish Pub was established in 2014 in an old fado Restaurant located at the Bairro Alto district in Lisbon. The bar has a great ambience, friendly staff, and a fantastic atmosphere. With a great selection of drinks and live music, you’ll be sure to have a great night in this little corner of Ireland that lies in the heart of Lisbon.
The wooden interior and antique furniture help to create a real authentic feel to Hennessy’s Irish Pub in Lisbon. Located along the riverside, Recently renovated, Hennessy’s now offers a gastro dining experience through a new restaurant. With several TVs, the bar is popular for watching all types of sports, including rugby, GAA and the English Premier League.