From the ambience and location to the selection of food and drink, the Devil’s Forest is one of the oldest bars in Venice, and sports a number of features that you’d expect to find in a local bar in Ireland. With live sports often on the TV, a good selection of light snacks available, a late bar and a great atmosphere, the Devil’s Forest is a Venetian bar you simply must call into. Insider tip – be sure to try out their famous burger.
Established in 1995, Irish Pub Santa Lucia is an authentic Irish bar in one of Venice’s busiest districts. The quaint and cosy surroundings of the bar have made it a popular destination for both Irish visitors, and the Venetian locals, while the bar has welcomed a few famous faces over the years, most notably, former Brazil, Barcelona and AC Milan footballer Ronaldinho (we’re going to assume he called in to watch a game of hurling).
Previously called “The Fiddlers Elbow”, the Irish Pub is a popular Venice sports bar, with a variety of sports on across the day. During 6 Nations season, the Irish Pub is the place to be as the atmosphere is immense, especially when Ireland take on Italy. Quaint wooden rooms and a rustic tavern look, have helped to create an authentic feel to the Irish Pub. With free Wi-Fi, GAA on the big screen, and daily happy hours, The Irish Pub always attracts a crowd of Irish visitors during the summer months.
Located in the centre of Calle del Mondo Novo, near the famous sights of the Rialto Bridge and St. Mark’s Square, the Inishark Irish Pub serves up a fine selection of Irish beers, ciders and whiskey, along with a selection of local and international beers and spirits. A busy sports bar, Inishark prides itself on giving a typical warm Irish welcome, allowing visitors to take themselves back to a bar in Dublin, Cork or Galway. A good selection of pub grub make Inishark a safe bet.