The Best Irish Bars In Dallas 

Are you on the lookout for the most entertaining Irish Bars in Dallas?

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Keep in mind, this article is in ascending order. We’ve saved the best Irish Bar for last. Enjoy the list!

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Looking for the best Irish restaurants in Dallas to visit this weekend? Whether you plan to celebrate at these Irish publishing houses in Dallas for St. Mary’s Day. Patrick or you are hunting for Irish beer, and whiskey and you need to satisfy your craving for a shepherd pie, we have it all for you! Check out our main list of Irish pubs you should visit in Dallas below. Cheers, or like the Irish “Slainte”! There are a lot of Northern Texans who claim to have no Irish heritage, but that should not stop them from celebrating St. John’s Day. Patrick is a girl or boy from the Emerald Isle.

 

 

6. The Irishman Pub Bar Dallas

It is built as a traditional Irish public house, with many black planks and half walls that make comfortable booths and living quarters to fit the paint. Favourite Irish dishes such as shepherd pie, Irish stew, bangers & mash (and more) make it on the menu. Don’t forget to wash it with Guinness or Irish whiskey. Another popular local venue for everything from football watches to real Irish folk bands all year round, The Irishman Pub is an unlikely Gaelic treasure hidden between Gap shops and luxury restaurants. Minimize a set menu of fish and chips, beef, shepherd’s pie, and Guinness stew followed by green beer and jello shots in good measure.

The Irishman Pub (formerly known as The Staggering Irishman) is an Irish Pub site officially opened on Aug 12 with a refurbished structure but the same Irish influence. We made a few changes and kept a lot of things in common. If you have been here before you will see it, if you have not been here you will get to hear about what it was like in the past. But no matter what we think you will enjoy it. 

With 50-ish-inch plasma TVs and a 120-inch screen display, the Irishman Pub is the perfect place to watch soccer, rugby and other sports. Swimming tables are open at night. This Irish Pub offers Irish dishes such as Guinness stew, bread pudding, Irish nachos (in waffle-cut potatoes) and a host of American pub fare. There is a wider selection of Irish whiskey and more Irish-brewed beers than are found in many Irish pubs.

This could be Ireland’s longest bar in Dallas, thankfully it hasn’t changed much in the last few decades. Although it does not eat traditional Irish food, this remains a zero for those who love St. Patrick’s Day, especially those who have attended St. Pat just above the block on Greenville Ave. 

5. Dubliner Bar Dallas

Consider skipping a parade on St. Mary’s Day. Paddy also arrives at the bar early when it opens at 8 am to get Irish coffee. The level of the pot-gold when it comes to the real cheap Irish vintage, this historic Lower Greenville area becomes an illegal temporary Irish ambassador each year, due to its location at the end of the Greenville St. Railway. Patrick’s Day. A place for outsiders who like to get up early to watch football, this is like a real Irish pub as you can find. 

Dubliner is a traditional Irish Pub with a warm & welcoming atmosphere.

We offer a wide selection of imported & craft beers, as well as whiskeys, both Irish and Scottish.

Great pride is taken from the quality of our renovated Guinness, which many consider being the best in town.

4. Skellig Bar Dallas

Irish man Feargal McKinney opened several bars in the area after a stint in Dallas in the 80s. Skellig has always been a great choice for real Irish-nesses and hosts an annual St. Louis parking lot party. Pat is another venue for a show or party if you can still walk straight. Take fish and chips or beef and cabbage on the Guinness side or for brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or after the end of the show.

This Irish Pub north of Addison offers Irish dishes such as Guinness stew, bread pudding, Irish nachos (in waffle-cut potatoes) and a host of American pub fare. There is a wider selection of Irish whiskey and more Irish-brewed beers than are found in many Irish pubs.

Entering the bar is like crossing your head at a bar on the Emerald Isle. It is built as a traditional Irish public house, with many black planks and half walls that make comfortable booths and living quarters to fit the paint. Favourite Irish dishes such as shepherd pie, Irish stew, bangers & mash (and more) make it on the menu. Don’t forget to wash it with Guinness or Irish whiskey.

3. Blackfriar Pub Bar Dallas

This long-running pub from Irishman Feargal McKinney’s has just penetrated the heart of Uptown aka party central. Catch native fish and chips and dessert with an Irish theme – either bread pudding with Irish whiskey sauce or chocolate brownie stuffed with Jameson to enjoy on the balcony. Apparently, Guinness, Smithwicks, and Harp are available along with a host of great local handmade beers. Just below the road from The Idle Rich Pub is Blackfriar. But while the interior of Idle Rich is reminiscent of the dark walls and rustic wood of a traditional Irish pub, Blackfriar offers all your favourite stouts and lagers on a large, open balcony. Both bars are known for their parties in the St. Louis marathon. Patrick’s Day has live music and special drinks, so your ticket to the leprechauns, Tom Petty cover bands, and power naps is just a trolley trip.

The bar has a long beer menu with Irish origins Guinness, Smithwicks, and Harp in the draft. Brewers who have never tried Guinness placed on top of other brews are missing out, but there is still time. Anvil offers Black & Blue (Guinness with Blue Moon), Black Velvet (Crispin cider with Guinness), or suggest it, try Chilly Irishman (Crispin & Jameson on the ice).

2. Crafty Irishman Public House Bar Dallas

 

Crafty Irishman is not just a good name – this Irish downtown pub offers the best ride fare from the British Isles including bangers & mash, shepherd pie, Scotch eggs, fish and chips, traditional breakfast Irish, and international variations of Irish preferences like fried beef and cabbage (looks like a deep-fried egg). It maintains a large selection of local handmade beers and other international standings that are greatly enjoyed on its outdoor balcony. The Irish bar located on the ground floor of the historic Mercantile Building is a favourite of downtown Dallas, thanks to delicious food, smart bartenders, and a selection of beer and beverages beyond belief. Scotch eggs and shepherd’s pie are outstanding, and they serve their beer and cider at room temperature. They maintain customer convenient hours: 10 am 2 am daily. The handsome owner Alan Kearney, a native of Ireland, is easy to find; listen to his music brogue. Located peacefully and humbly under the historic Mercantile Building, the Crafty Irishman Public House is the first of its kind in the heart of Dallas. Farther away from the crowded sports bars and official restaurants nearby, locals and businesses alike will find a small meeting place for ordinary faces, tempting dishes, and taps unaware of the taps. An area owned and operated by a Dublin native, all details of The Crafty Irishman are deeply rooted in Irish culture. International speeches offer a great backdrop to get out of Dallas and enter the Land of Thousands of Welcome.

1. The Playwright Irish Pub Bar Dallas

A new Irish pub debuted pints, plenty of whiskeys, and classic pub fare in the Arts District from the owner behind the Crafty Irishman Downtown. Diners will find traditional corned beef, bangers & mash, and pub curry, along with burgers, wings, sandwiches, and more. Traditional Irish bread pudding and Guinness ice cream are on offer for dessert along with lots of traditional Irish booze, of course.

The Irishman Pub (formerly known as The Staggering Irishman) is an Irish Pub site officially opened on Aug 12 with a refurbished structure but the same Irish influence. We made a few changes and kept a lot of things in common. If you have been here before you will see it, if you have not been here you will get to hear about what it was like in the past. But no matter what we think you will enjoy 🙂

With 50-ish-inch plasma TVs and a 120-inch screen display, the Irishman Pub is the perfect place to watch soccer, rugby and other sports. Swimming tables are open at night.

The Playwright Irish Pub is a sports bar & gastropub venue in Midtown Manhattan that includes a host of flat-screen televisions showing all sporting events from around the world. With over 25 ever-changing beers and many more bottled options, Playwright prides itself on being a destination for locals and tourists alike who want The Fight of the Century or to host their favourite hometown club.

The Playwright menu includes Irish and American-style dishes that can be paired nicely with any beer, cocktail or wine. Available just at Macy’s & MSG / Penn Station blocks, Playwright offers a daily Lunch and Dinner menu, a Fun Hour Menu, a Late Night Bar menu and a Brunch weekend menu (11 am-3 pm).

Conclusion

For lovers of sweets looking for real Irish food, or who would love to drink their calories in the form of a foam-filled Guinness stout, here are 12 great options for celebrating Irish good luck on St. John’s Day. Paddy. The season for green beer (and the next questionable decisions) is upon us. All right, St. Patrick is at hand, and that means a solemn and thoughtful memorial of the death of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. And something about snakes, or something … Just playing, it’s a chance for everybody to wear green T-shirts, drink, and pretend to like The Pogues one day. In any case, we have covered the highlands of Ireland to alleviate the hunger for potatoes this holiday season.

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