O’Reilly’s has built up a reputation as one of the best Irish bars in Malta. Not only does it offer a great selection of beers (including Irish stout), but O’Reilly’s is also famed for its award-winning cocktail menu. The gastropub is perfect for lunch, dinner or an evening meal, while the regular helpings of GAA, rugby and soccer on TV, along with music sessions, ensure O’Reilly’s is always O’Rocking!
Regular karaoke and drinks offers have made Cork’s at St Julian’s a popular bar for Irish tourists and locals alike. With a number of pool tables and live sports on TV, Cork’s Irish Pub often attracts large groups of visitors, and is popular with stag and hen parties.
One of the first Irish pubs in Malta, Ryan’s was the first to serve both Guinness and Murphy’s stout, and it is the selection of drink available in the bar that continues to draw in the crowds throughout the year. Located on the hill of Spinola Bay, Ryan’s is another Irish pub that offers great views out to the Mediterranean Sea. It can get much busier at night when it goes from Irish pub to club, so if you’re in a party mode, then Ryan’s could be just what you’re after.
Located in the picturesque St Julians Bay, The Dubliner boasts the best pint of Guinness on the island, and with views of Slimea Harbour, there’s nowhere better to watch the famous sunset over Gozo, than grabbing a pint and taking a seat outside The Dubliner. The Irish stew and slow cooked Guinness lamb shank are firm favourites with visitors to The Dubliner. A must visit while in Malta.