The Harp Bar was the place to be for Irish fans in Paris during Euro 2016, and if it’s live football and a great range of beer that you’re after, then look no further. A true Parisian hidden gem, you’re guaranteed a friendly welcome and an electric atmosphere for GAA, rugby and football, especially if Ireland or Celtic are playing. Well worth a visit.
Quiet by name, anything but it by nature. This quaint bar epitomises everything about a traditional Irish pub. From the charming interior to the regular music sessions, prepare for a truly unique experience in the heart of Paris.
The story goes that The Green Linnet was set up by a man from Cork who settled in Paris but was unable to find a pint of Guinness that was up to standard. To solve this problem, he opened The Green Linnet, and thus, Paris had another authentic Irish pub. With live music, regular quizzes (Wednesday nights), and regular pool tournaments, The Green Linnet will take you back to your local – and of course, you can expect to find the best pint of Guinness in Paris.
Located a short walk from The Eiffel Tower, O’Brien’s is an authentic Irish bar in the heart of the city. From the wooden exterior to the friendly welcome, this is a real slice of Ireland, right in the heart of the most romantic city in the world. Fall in love with the famous O’Brien’s burger, the friendly welcome, and of course, the stout.
If the thought of snails and frogs legs doesn’t tickle your fancy when visiting Paris, then look no further than The Green Goose, with its range of popular Irish dishes including Irish pork and Shepard’s Pie. With an authentic Irish vibe, you’ll not have to look far to find a fellow Irishman or woman in The Green Goose. It’s not just the Irish though who like the bar, with local Parisians and travellers from all over the world enjoying the food, drink and craic at ‘The Goose’.
Corcoran’s is a chain of Irish pubs around Paris, with bars in Bastille, Boulevard de Clichy, Boulogne, Grand Boulevard, Saint Michel, Boulevard Poissonnière, Saint-Antoine and Saint-André des Arts. With live music and the pints flowing, you’re sure to get a great atmosphere in Corcoran’s. Corcoran’s Bastille on 53 rue du Faubourg is well worth checking out.