Recently refurbished, O’Shea’s has been serving the people of Manchester for over 20 years and boasts regular live music events, along with all the latest big sporting events on TV. O’Shea’s was the first Irish bar to open in Manchester, with the most loved Englishman of all, Jack Charlton, serving the first pint of Guinness. All together now, “we’re all part of Jackie’s army…….”.
Located just off Deansgate in the heart of Manchester City Centre, Mulligans is an authentic Irish pub and the self-proclaimed home of Guinness in Manchester. With everything from football and rugby, to GAA and live music shows, Mulligans is the Irish bar of choice for many Mancunians.
As well as being the home of Guinness in Manchester, Mulligans is the place to be every Sunday, with the popular traditional music sessions running from 7pm, right through to 1am. Some would say it’s the only place to go on a Sunday.
With 3 bars and 9 separate areas split over 4 levels, Waxy O’Connor’s is one of Manchester’s most popular Irish pubs, and the impressive interior certainly adds to the ambience and atmosphere that Waxy’s creates. A great venue for watching the rugby, particularly the 6 Nations, Waxy’s can get lively as the day progresses, although there are quieter areas that you can relax in. Regular music and a good choice of food and drink make Waxy’s an Irish pub worth visiting while in Manchester.
This popular old school, traditional Irish pub on the outskirts of Manchester’s Northern Quarter is popular for live sporting events, with many of Manchester’s Irish and GAA community going to The Shamrock to watch the latest GAA action. As well as showing all the latest GAA action, The Shamrock is a great spot for enjoying live music gigs while sipping over a beer and enjoying some hearty pub grub.