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The busiest Irish pub in Blackpool, Shenanigan’s location along the main promenade have helped to position it as one of the busiest bars in Blackpool.  During the weekend, and especially for any big rugby, soccer or GAA games, the bar is packed with both locals and visitors, and you’ll often not have to look too far to spend a fellow Irish man or woman in the crowd.  A good food menu and great choice of beers make Shenanigan’s your must see Irish pub when visiting Blackpool.  Shenanigan’s also has regular entertainment throughout the weekend.

Promenade, Blackpool FY1 1HE

Scruffy Murhpy’s

Another popular Irish pub in Blackpool, Scruffy Murphy’s is a great bar to spend a few hours, or even stay the night.  From popular bar snacks to real ales and Irish stout, Scruffy Murphy’s has a great atmosphere at the weekend, with the bar filled with locals and visitors to the town.  With regular entertainment and sports on throughout the day, Scruffy Murphy’s is everything you would expect to find in a popular Irish boozer in the heart of Blackpool.

32 Corporation St, Blackpool FY1 1EJ

Molloy’s Irish Pub

Molloy’s is a no-nonsense Irish pub located on Talbot Road.  With great deals on food and drink, and live sports on all week, Molloy’s has all the ingredients needed to enjoy a day with friends in Blackpool.

23 Talbot Rd, Blackpool FY1 1LB

Casey’s Irish Pub

Located a short walk from Blackpool’s famous pier, Casey’s Irish Pub is a traditional pub with bags of character, that is famous for its entertaining karaoke nights.  If you want to enjoy a night filled with laughter and singing (we can’t guarantee the singing will always be great), then get yourself to Casey’s, where you’re sure of a warm welcome, and a great pint.

68-70 Dickson Rd, Blackpool FY1 2AW

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