Although Hagan O’Reilly’s isn’t Irish owned, the bar has been recreated with the spirit of an authentic Irish pub thanks to the memories of the Hagan’s and O’Reilly’s pubs that were managed in Ireland by the owner’s grandfather. It’s stories like this that highlight the sheer power of the Irish pub phenomenon, and for many people in Orlando, Hagan O’Reilly’s will give them their first taste of Ireland. For the Irish visiting Orlando, it’s a good chance to go in and experience just what the Emerald Isle means to those whose ancestors hail from these shores. They also serve up a great pint and a mean burger.
The Lucky Leprechaun is an Irish sports bar that attracts big crowds for live sporting events. Home to the official Orlando Glasgow Celtic Supporters Club, if you’re about Orlando when there’s a Celtic game on, call in to experience this amazing atmosphere. Live music, great company, and a good selection of food and drink have made the Lucky Leprechaun a popular choice with Irish and British visitors to Orlando.
Situated in Downtown Orlando, the Harp and Celt is a family run Irish pub and restaurant that is famous for its soccer coverage. If you’re looking to catch the latest soccer games on your travels, then stop in with the guys at The Harp and Celt, and enjoy an atmosphere like no other in Orlando, when it comes to soccer. With a top selection of beer and whiskey, and a menu with favourites like the Magners Mussels, The Dubliner Sandwich and the Belfast Burger, the Harp and Celt is sure to hit all the right notes.
Situated in the Winter Park area of Orlando between Lake Virginia and Lake Killarney, Fiddler’s Green provides a true Irish experience for visitors. With a wooden interior and the classics like corned beef, cabbage, boxty and the full Irish on the menu, you’ll feel right at home when you enter Fiddler’s Green. The bar is open until 2amMonday to Saturday, with live music at the weekend. For the whiskey fans among you, Fiddler’s Green has over 60 to choose from.
Built in Ireland and shipped to Orlando, Raglan Road Irish Pub is a family friendly bar located at Walt Disney Resort. Irish owned, Raglan Road has regular live music sessions and traditional Irish dancing performances, all of which help create a lively atmosphere that has made Raglan Road one of Orlando’s most popular Irish pubs. With food that all the family will enjoy and a great selection of beverages, Raglan Road is a must-see if you’re visiting the Walt Disney Resort.
Located a short distance from Walt Disney World, Kitty O’Sheas offers a truly unique Irish pub experience in the heart of Orlando. The bar offers a variety of entertainment, including regular live bands, karaoke nights (you know you want to), a weekly pub quiz and a popular games room with a pool table, dart board and games consoles, allowing you to truly relax and unwind after a long day of activities in Orlando. The happy hour bar bites menu is popular throughout the week, offering a tasty selection of treats at a fantastic price.
An Tobar Irish Pub is set in the Sheraton Orlando North Hotel, although don’t let that put you off, as every piece of the bar has been handcrafted in Ireland, to help create a truly authentic look and feel to the bar. With Northern Ireland native Joeseph McFadden cooking up a storm in the kitchen, and a selection of craft beers served over three floors, you’ll not be disappointed with a trip to An Tober (which is Irish for “The Well”).
Founded back in 2004, Lizzy McCormack’s is Irish owned and managed and boasts one of the largest collections of whiskey in Central Florida, with over 150 to choose from, including a range of your favourite Irish whiskies. The bar also boasts Orlando’s longest happy hour and a fantastic selection of craft beers. Lizzy’s, as it’s known by many, has been modelled on the many great Irish pubs that the owners Roger and Karen drank in growing up, so you can be sure to expect one of the most authentic Irish pub experiences in the whole of Orlando when you call into Lizzy’s.