With live music and sport, and regular quiz nights, The Liffey is a popular Irish pub in the Gamla Stan area of Stockholm. Split over two floors, the cellar bar is great for watching live sports. Rugby is the sport of choice in The Liffey, and the bar sponsors local rugby team The Stockholm Exiles. While you can enjoy some popular Irish dishes, the homemade Swedish meatballs are a favourite with many, perfect with a pint of the black stuff!
The traditional wood and red brick interior of Molly Malone’s transport you from Stockholm to the country pubs of Listowel, Kinsale and Carlingford. With a range of local Swedish and familiar Irish dishes on the menu, you can stick with what you know or try something new while enjoying a pint at Molly Malone’s. Regular music sessions throughout the busy summer months have made Molly Malone’s a must visit when in Stockholm.
Despite only opening its doors back in 2004, the Southside Pub has quickly established itself as one of Stockholm’s friendliest bars, and one of the best Irish pubs in the city. The Thursday night pub quiz has become one of the biggest in the city, while you can enjoy the regular music sessions across the weekend.
Irish owned and managed, The Dubliner is Stockholm’s oldest Irish Pub. The traditional dark wood furniture and regular music sessions have helped to create a pub environment that wouldn’t be out of place in the heart of Dublin itself. With regular music events, and the GAA across the big screens, an afternoon in The Dubliner can quickly transport you to your local, your kitchen or your front room.
Galway’s is a popular Irish pub in the Stockholm’s vibrant Haymarket neighbourhood that has been welcoming visitors to Sweden’s capital since 1994. It enjoys a good reputation for the food and drink on offer, and is a regular hangout for Irish and British visitors to the city. An over-20 nightclub opens from 11pm, attracting plenty of party-seeking tourists and locals.
A short walk from Gamla Stan subway, O’Connell’s is a little taste of Ireland in the heart of Stockholm. The bar is packed full of character, with an impressive 400-year-old cellar bar serving up some of the finest cocktails in the area, while the upstairs bar has a truly authentic Irish pub look and feel to it. With regular music sessions, live sports on the big screens and a busy darts room, the whiskey and beer will keep you in O’Connell’s for hours on end.