The Best Irish Pubs in Paris

Trazler offers a list of recommendations of the best Irish pubs in Paris.

Paris is known for its traditional French cafes, bakeries, and bistros, all offering the best of French culture and cuisine. There are, however, a number of Irish pubs in the French capital, known for their iconic beers, distinctly welcoming atmosphere, and their wide offer of entertainment.

Whether you are a tourist wanting to discover a piece of Irish culture in Paris, or an Irishman looking for a taste of home, the city has lots to offer. 

We will go through some of the best Irish pubs in Paris, from the cosiest and intimate to the pubs offering the craziest nights out.

The Green Linnet

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The Green Linnet

Open since 2003, The Green Linnet is a lovely Irish pub in the heart of Paris, moments away from the stunning Hôtel de Ville. Given its central location, The Green Linnet is visited by both tourists who come to try classic Irish beer and Irish people looking for a taste of home.

The pub is warm and welcoming, with several billiard tables, dart boards, and live music. Each Wednesday, The Green Linnet hosts very popular quiz nights — the clever winners get to come home with a cheeky bottle of champagne!

Saturdays are the liveliest at The Green Linnet: people flock to the pub to dance and listen to the great live music. 

ADDRESS: 8 Av. Victoria, 75004 Paris, France

PHONE: +33 1 42 74 62 85

Corcoran’s St-Michel

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Corcoran’s St Michel

One of the branches of the popular Cocoran’s chain (with other bars in Clichy, Bastille, and Grands Boulevards), Corcoran’s St-Michel is in Paris’ Latin Quarter. The neighbourhood is home to the Sorbonne University and has many student cafes, so is known for attracting a younger crowd.

Corcoran’s St-Michel is a large venue, with live music being played every day on their terrace, and with ample seating inside for cosy Irish food and drinks. The pub also has large TVs that broadcast live sports, making Corcoran’s an ideal venue to watch football or rugby matches.

ADDRESS: 28 Rue Saint-André des Arts, 75006 Paris, France

CONTACT: +33 1 56 81 80 38 and website

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A very lively venue, Le Galway boasts a wide variety of entertainment, from open mike Mondays to boozy Tequila Tuesdays (open till 2 am!) and family-friendly Sunday roasts.

Speaking of the Sunday roast, Le Galway claims that they have the best in Paris – no mean feat in the French capital!

Saturdays are best for those looking for a memorable night out. Le Galway is open until 5 am, serving a wide range of tasty Irish beers all night. 

Le Galway is also student-friendly, Wednesdays being Student Night. The pub offers 4€ pints to those with student IDs and serves filling and affordable Irish stews.

ADDRESS: 13 Quai des Grands Augustins, 75006 Paris, France

CONTACT: +33 1 43 29 64 50 and website

Ha’Penny Bridge Pub

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Ha’Penny Bridge Pub

Named after the famous Ha’Penny Bridge in Dublin, this pub offers some of Ireland’s best: beer, darts, and billiards. The venue is colourful and welcoming, with a bright green exterior and warm interior decor. 

Ha’Penny Bridge is by La Tour-Maubourg Metro station, minutes away from the iconic Champ de Mars and the picturesque river Seine. The pub is thus in the heart of Paris, so Ha’Penny Bridge is sure to mark the beginning of a great night in the city!

The pub plays live sports on its large TVs and hosts special events, like costume competitions for halloween. Make sure to stop by the pub for its lovely atmosphere! 

ADDRESS: 53 Rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris, France

PHONE: +33 1 71 60 64 27

O’Sullivans (By The Mill)

Beloved by Parisians and tourists alike, O’Sullivans is a chain that has Irish pubs all across Paris. Some venues include Grands Boulevards, Montmartre, and Franklin D. Roosevelt.

The venue we especially recommend is the By The Mill Branch – neighbour to the iconic Moulin Rouge!

By The Mill has lots to offer, a bar, restaurant, and club. The newly-refurbished restaurant is open every day of the week, from 6pm to 11pm and has a lovely menu. From classic bar food like chicken wings to more gourmet plates like Chef’s Chicken Curry, the restaurant has options for everyone.

The pub is open late, until 5 am every day of the week! The front part of the pub offers a wide selection of beers. The back part of the pub, or “concert hall”, hosts regular live music events and cabaret performances.

For those looking for relaxing options, there are also quiz and bingo nights, TVs with live sports, and even cinema nights. 

By The Mill is a one-stop shop for anything you might be looking for from an Irish pub in Paris. A must during your trip to Paris!

ADDRESS: 92 Boulevard de Clichy 75018, Paris, France

CONTACT: +33 1 53 09 08 49 and website

Murphy’s House

Murphy’s House is an inviting Irish gastropub, serving a nice selection of Irish beers and high-end pub food. If you’re looking for a lovely meal with your beer as you watch live football, Murphy’s House is the place to come to!

Murphy’s House also hosts regular karaoke and comedy nights, where amateurs and beginners alike can participate. 

ADDRESS: 10 rue de la Chaussée d’Antin (Rue Meyerbeer) 75009 Paris, France

PHONE: +33 1 40 22 08 10

Black Mad Crawler

More than a simple Irish pub, the Black Mad Crawler also has its own brewery. New beers are regularly introduced, switching up the menu enough so that you will never be bored of what the pub has to offer. 

Their newest option is the Zansara, a pils in the German tradition, introduced on the menu in the start of 2023.

We highly recommend the Black Mad Crawler for true beer lovers who are on the hunt for fresh and original brews. 

The venue is also very welcoming, with outside seating on a quiet street. Despite its quiet setting, the Black Mad Crawler is very central, minutes away from République station.

There are also three screens for live sports events, with regular broadcasts of rugby and football. 

ADDRESS: 140 Bd Richard-Lenoir, 75011 Paris, France

CONTACT: +33 9 54 77 33 40 and instagram

The Hideout

If you are looking for an Irish pub from the moment you arrive in Paris, look no further than The Hideout. Just by Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est, The Hideout is a classic Irish pub with Guinness, live sports, and music in the very heart of the French capital.

The traditional decor will make any Irishman feel right at home in The Hideout – think of the pub as a real piece of Ireland away from home. 

The pub has a large selection of beers to offer, as well as cocktails. You can enjoy your drinks inside the pub, or on the large (and covered!) terrace. 

ADDRESS: 8 Boulevard de Denain, 75010 Paris, France

CONTACT: +33 1 48 78 06 98

Though it may surprise you, some of the best Irish pubs are in Paris. Typical Irish culture and warmth shines through all these pubs, making sure that you will have a great time wherever you go.

If you are looking to book tickets for your trip to Paris, you can do so through the Trazler website. It’s clear and accessible, letting you book tickets for accommodation and transport all in one place. 

We hope you have a great time in Paris and make the most of French and Irish culture!

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