Shamrocks is an Irish hangout for pub grub such as burgers & hand-cut fries, plus TVs & frequent live music. Shamrocks is an Irish restaurant and pub that entertains the whole family with delicious meals, daily deals on food and beverages, and lively live acts. Try any appetizers, soups, salads, flatbread pizza, sandwiches, and, of course, the Shamrock Burgers. They provide their distinctive Butcher Cut Ground Black Angus Chuck burgers to deliver a fresh joy to downtown burger enthusiasts. Shamrocks also feature outside dining and many flat screen TVs for your favorite sporting events. But why watch the TVs when Shamrocks offers a complimentary shuttle to all Wild and Vikings home games? Please go check it out! On game days, the wait staff inside this lively West 7th restaurant and bar is a sight.
Shamrocks never stop dropping off beverages, taking orders, or serving its famed burgers as the booths and chairs fill up. Shamrocks is a well-known sports pub with a welcoming dive bar vibe. Shamrocks have been serving delicious cuisine since 2012, with a menu inspired by its sister site, The Nook. Shamrock’s enlarged cuisine, live music, and shuttle service to nearby events make this family-friendly establishment unique. You can’t beat the location in the middle of historic St. Paul. See for yourself! It all started with The Nook, a modest restaurant with huge burgers. Shamrocks, the Irish Nook, their second location, debuted in 2012, offering the same fantastic burgers and fries that made them renowned and an expanded menu.
They aspire to be your first option for your next party with a full-service bar, a shuttle to numerous St. Paul events, a family-friendly attitude, a capacity for 200 people, and live music on weekends. They look forward to serving you in the future! – The Runyon and Casper families. May you always be filled with love and beer in your bellies. Excellent cuisine tastes even better when shared with good people. Take the Paddywagon for a trip! Excellent meal and service! The cuisine is delicious, especially the jalapeno poppers, the second best I’ve ever tasted. If you think second best is a bad grade, consider that they are competing for that honor against a grandma—root beer of wonder. The waitress was fantastic. I am overjoyed. Thank you very much. And thank you, Mike, for operating such a fantastic establishment. So, this is one of the best Irish bars Saint Paul has to offer!