The Irish Times Pub & Restaurant Los Angeles, Guide & Review
Named after The Irish Times newspaper, the pub was opened on November 4th, 1995 by James McGurrin Sr. who had spent many years working as a printer for the newspaper in Ireland. This is a cozy local pub with delicious homemade food and a great choice of beverages. Shortly afterward his son James Jr. and his wife Doroles carried on the management of the authentic Irish pub that made it the Palms neighborhood hangout that it’s today. It’s a cozy local pub with delicious homemade food and a great selection of food.
Your eyes need some adjusting once you enter the Irish Times, a divey, dimly-lit Irish pub, but give it some time and you’ll soon find yourself comfortably immersed in your surroundings, where regulars gather for trivia on Tuesdays and Thursdays while noshing on bangers and mash or beef-and-Guinness pie – they even have traditional roasts on Sunday afternoon. The Irish Times Pub & Restaurant features authentic Irish breakfast, lunch & dinner, a wide variety of drink options – great Irish beers & whiskey, starring occasional live music, wonderful events every weeknight, a great choice of beverages, comfortable booths, good & quick service, delicious cocktails, friendly bar staff, great relaxed atmosphere, several Irish bands rotating throughout the day and evening, awesome bar snacks, amazing drinks, awesome pool, live music, and an amazing patio at the back.
What a classic Irish pub outside the heart of Culver city. This place is perfect! A nice spot to grab a drink after work. Still the greatest Trivia bar in Los Angeles. Highly recommended! Best place ever!