Another popular Irish pub in Vienna, Na nóg is another that is famed for its regular Monday night pub quiz and Thursday night darts tournament. A charming pub in the 18th district in Anastasius-Grün-Gasse, Na nóg always draws a crowd, especially over St Patrick’s weekend, so if you’re in Vienna on the 17th March, be sure to call in and say Sláinte!
Located in the popular University area of Vienna, the Four Bells has a stunning wooden interior decor that captures all the beauty you would expect from an Irish pub. The entertainment space which includes a dart board and table football table often attract a crowd. Four Bells offers something a little different for Irish tourists in Vienna. A regular pub quiz and the games area have made it a popular entertainment space, while the 4pm – 5pm happy hour, and selection of beers, ciders and whiskey also help to draw a crowd.
Since opening in 1996, the live music shows and regular quiz nights have really helped to put ‘Johnny’s’ on the Irish pub map in Vienna. Indeed, the bar has built up a reputation for its no-fuss pub grub and prides itself on the warm welcome that visitors to the bar can expect to get. Be sure to check out the events calendar at Johnny’s when you’re in Vienna, as the bar is famed for its spectacular street parties.
With six Golden Harp bars / cafes in the Vienna area, you’ll never have to look far for a game of pool, some live music and a pint of stout. A popular sports bar, The Golden Harp serves up a mix of popular Irish and Austrian dishes, making it a firm favourite for Irish expats, and locals alike.
With a daily happy hour during the summer months and a pub quiz every Monday night, Backbone is one of the busiest of Vienna’s many Irish Pubs. A decent selection of whiskey and beer, and typical Irish pub grub have made Backbone a safe bet for Irish tourists seeking a taste of home while exploring Vienna. Whether it’s just a coffee and some quiet time that you’re after, or something a little stronger, you’re sure to get a warm and friendly welcome from the Backbone team.
Charlie P’s has firmly established itself as one of the finest Irish pubs and restaurants in Vienna. With a menu comprising of familiar pub grub staples, and a popular Sunday Roast, Charlie P’s offers a real taste of home with a variety of British and Irish classics. As well as stocking some of our famous Irish beer exports, Charlie P’s supplies a huge selection of craft beers and ciders for customers. The split level pub is perfect for relaxing in during the day, and has a great choice of entertainment options throughout the week, with live music and DJ’s, karaoke and regular quizzes providing plenty of reason to call in for a pint and a bit of craic!
With live music, sport on the big screens and a regular pub quiz, Molly Darcy’s is a popular hangout for Irish and British expats living in Vienna. With Guinness, Kilkenny and O’Hara on tap, and the popular Irish ale stew, and Irish ham & colcannon, this really is a taste of Ireland, right in the heart of Austria’s capital.
Hidden in the heart of Vienna’s Old Town in the oldest street in the city Naglergasse, Bockshorn is the oldest Irish Pub in Vienna and serves a mean pint of Guinness. With an authentic look and feel to the bar and a real slice of Irish history and a whiskey range that will give you plenty of food for thought, Bockshorn is one Irish Pub you simply have to go to while visiting Vienna. The pub also serves up some great trad music sessions.
Flanagan’s is quite literally a little piece of Cork in the heart of Vienna, as the bar has taken many features from Flannery’s pub in Cork, following the dismantling of that bar back in the 1990s. With a great selection of beers, live sports and a famous Sunday Roast, Flanagan’s is often considered to be one of the best, if not the best Irish pub in Vienna. Well priced beer and a great bowl of Irish stew will seal the deal for many.
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