The Best Irish Pubs in West Palm Beach

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On this page, you’ll find the official shortlist of the best Irish Pubs in West Palm Beach. (More in-depth further below)

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West Palm Beach’s nightlife culture isn’t defined by big-city dance clubs or strobe-lit music venues. But that doesn’t mean it’s any less exciting, with the action taking place on rooftops, perfect pubs, calm wine bars, speakeasies, and dives as legendary as a top shelf scotch. Of course, I could add Leopard Lounge in Chesterfield Palm Beach, Copper Blues – a rock pub with live entertainment and a kitchen that serves delicious food, Monarchy Nightclub or The Loft Nightclub – a modern, neon-lit nightclub showcasing bottle service, DJ music, and a lively dance floor, E.R. Bradley’s Saloon, and other popular places in West Palm Beach to this list.

The Blue Anchor British Pub

The Blue Anchor British Pub

The Blue Anchor is a Pub (British) and a Restaurant on Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach that serves classic favorites from across the pond. It is a recreated 19th-century London bar that serves imported beer, fish and chips, and live music on weekends. The Blue Anchor is steeped in history, with its doors and stained glass windows brought directly from its original location in London. With that type of history, you’d think the British specialty hot pies, topped with Guinness gravy, would be delectable. Thursday and Friday evenings feature classic rock music, while Saturday nights feature British Invasion. Happy hour is seven days a week with $4 20oz pints is motivation enough to visit, let alone the fact that the location is said to be haunted! 

Recommended for Bars because: The Blue Anchor’s unique British vibe in Delray Beach wins happy hour every day of the week with $4 20 oz beers. A good venue to debate soccer with informed supporters while smashing a Guinness. The Blue Anchor has an extensive history of hauntings. Bertha Starkey resided above the bar with her husband, who was away for significant periods due to business, in London in the 1840s during Jack the Ripper’s reign. Bertha called a gentleman over for a visit one night while her husband was away. Her husband returned home early, saw the two in a compromising situation, and murdered them. 

The ghost of young Bertha Starkey has haunted the bar for over a century. The tavern was demolished in London years later, but its exterior and expensive wood interior elements were disassembled and moved to New York City. They were kept there until 1996, when they were forced to DelRay Beach, along with Bertha’s spirit. To this day, footsteps after closure may be heard at DelRay Beach, lights light and extinguish themselves. This is along with banging pots and pans and the sound of Bertha weeping. Mark and Peggy Snyder, new bar owners and locals welcome you to The Blue Anchor. Every night, enjoy delicious cuisine, beverages, soccer, and the sounds of Bertha! So, this is a spot for you if you are a horror fan!

Roxy’s Pub

Roxy's Pub

Roxy’s is a multi-story, multi-faceted Irish bar and nightclub on West Palm Beach’s Clematis Street. Sports and drinking fans congregate around the taps to sip global suds and watch Florida sports teams compete on the lower level. After getting a drink at one of the two bar stations, you may gaze out over the city from the roof deck. Later in the evening, the projection screen displays house music blasts and music videos. A raucous dance party normally follows, with things getting as chaotic as you allow them. This is a fantastic spot to cap off a night on Clematis. Recommended for Bars: The Skybar, on the rooftop of Roxy’s Pub on Clematis, boasts a full bar and a spacious dance floor. 

Our expert tip: Take the elevator to the third floor – the stairs take forever. Is anyone interested in a rooftop dinner? Please include me! Roxy’s Pub provides a relaxing setting to dance, sing, drink up to 64 different types of beer, and enjoy life to the fullest. What I like best about the rooftop bar is the variety of beer on tap, including ciders and local brewers. This is the finest location to be on St. Patrick’s Day! If you’re yearning for a craft brew or a cold beer, you may satisfy your demands with a hot dinner of high-quality chicken wings. Then, take in the atmosphere in the bar and spend the night dancing on the rooftop. 

You also have a great time at Roxy Pub, where you can enjoy live performances and street block parties. In general, Roxy Pub is an eventual bar that provides various benefits. From award-winning chicken wings to artisan beers, late-night dancing to block parties, private gatherings, and glittering events, this Pub has it all. So, when the Irish Pub opened its top and installed Clematis Street’s first rooftop bar, Roxy’s was already the trendiest destination in town. As it has been for a generation, it’s a spot where you’ll see shot-taking college kids, wine-sipping movers and shakers, face-painted football watchers, and scantily dressed scenesters dancing under the stars. So, this is one of the best bars this city has to offer!

Copper Blues

Copper Blues

Copper Blues is a new microbrewery in Downtown West Palm Beach, located on the second level of City Place (next to Improv). The 60 beers on tap (a mix of local crafts, microbrews, IPAs, and more) complement the delectable bar snacks, burgers, and other dishes. They feature a stage in the middle of the venue where some of the best local rock and blues performers perform. Acts are normally scheduled for Wednesday through Saturday and are announced on the joint’s website and Facebook page. Copper Blues, which has been open since mid-May, has received excellent feedback from its new client base. We recommend this for Bars because: Copper Blues is the entire deal for City Place bars, with a wide beer selection and live music. Our expert tip: Try some local brews on tap from Cigar City. 

An export from Arizona, Copper Blues holds down 60 taps from its second-floor location in the Rosemary Square entertainment complex. It’s not just beer here, though, with a full cocktail and food menu headlined by a burger that you probably shouldn’t leave without ordering. They have established a place for all Rock Stars, Foodies, Beer Geeks, and Cocktail Connoisseurs! Their headliners don’t simply take up space on stage; they surround it with tap handles and friendly service. Are you looking for The Party? Then head to the Stage Bar to sing along to top-40 and classic rock from our resident bands. Are you looking for a more laid back experience? Go to their Beer Garden, where you can enjoy a conversation in an environment filled with vegetation and life. They created the Rock Pub and Kitchen for folks who want more than simply food when they go out, so join us for an evening of fun! 

Copper Blues was inspired by the attitude, not the genre, of rock & roll. They invite the proper musicians to contribute to the Copper Blues experience, whether it’s a solo acoustic act, a country band, or a group recreating the enchantment of 1980s rock. Simply defined, Copper Blues is a one-of-a-kind concept that successfully combines three aspects dear to our hearts and souls. They’re all about beer, music, and cuisine!

Conclusion

The nicest aspect about living (or visiting) downtown West Palm Beach is that the weather is pleasant all year. It can become a little too hot in the summer for my comfort, so I like to stay indoors. Whatever the season, West Palm Beach provides something for everyone – fall, winter, spring, or summer. Restaurants, wine bars, happy hour, live bands, top DJs, museums, art, the intercoastal canal, the Atlantic Ocean, and so on abound in West Palm Beach.

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