O’Flaherty’s Irish Pub San Jose

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San Jose

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O’Flaherty’s Irish Pub offers a fascinating atmosphere with traditional Irish cuisine, tapping a whopping 54 beers changed weekly. If you don’t like beer, O’Flaherty’s full-service bar offers a wide selection of whiskeys and other spirits. Try something from the extensive menu of appetizers, salads, pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, and appetizers. All of these are inspired by traditional Irish and Californian cuisine. A relaxing pub where you can enjoy traditional home-cooked dishes such as Irish stew and carefully selected draft beer. O’Flaherty’s is located in the historic San Pedro Square in the cultural center of downtown San Jose,  within walking distance of the SAP Center,  San Jose McEnery Convention Center, and all major downtown hotels. The soothing pub is where you can eat traditional home-cooked food such as fish and chips, enjoy  Irish whiskey, and tap 52 beers. Ray & Marie opened the O’Flaherty Irish Pub in December  2002. The pub ultimately shipped furniture, bars, and Irish souvenirs from Ireland to California. It’s unreal indeed. An Irish-made pub that Irish people have operated since it was shipped. They take reservations as well. So, if you need to book a table or a spot feel free to connect with the venue page. Masks are required to visit this venue. The staff at this pub all wear masks for their own safety and the patrons’ safety as well. They accept credit cards as a form of payment. Outdoor seating is available at the scene for the patrons. It is safe to say that the vibe of this bar is Classy and Casual. It is not a very loud bar but has moderate noise level. So, it is a great place for groups. They have garage parking and street parking available. Therefore, you do not have to worry about where to park when you visit.

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