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Metro Vancouver Irish Pubs

Mahoney and Sons at Stamps Landing

Vancouver is home to lots of great pubs, bars and restaurants, including a number of fantastic Irish ones. All make great places to celebrate St. Patrick’s!

St. Patrick's Events

Irish Pubs Around Vancouver

Looking for a place to enjoy a pint of Guinness or Irish lager? Want to celebrate St. Paddy’s with some Irish music and crowds of happy people? Then check out the following best pubs for having Irish fun.

  • Mahoney & Sons – a great Irish pub overlooking the water at the Vancouver Convention Centre, as well as another location by False Creek at 601 Stamps Landing. For St. Patrick’s they usually have special live bands on the weekends.
  • The Irish Heather – at 210 Carrall Street it’s open daily from 11:30 am. It’s one of the best Gastown pubs, and a gastropub at that, which means slightly higher-end beer, food and prices.
  • Johnnie Foxs Irish Snug – at 1033 Granville Street it’s one of Vancouver’s most popular and highly-rated pubs. Expect lots of live music throughout the St. Patrick’s Day week.
  • Doolins Irish Pub – at 654 Nelson Street just off Granville, it’s a decent pub and a good place to see sports and people watch, including the servers in kilts.
  • The Wolf and Hound – a popular neighbourhood pub at 3617 West Broadway, in the Kitsilano neighbourhood of Vancouver, with live music on St. Patrick’s Day.
Craft Beer Market
Craft Beer Market at Olympic Village
  • Craft Beer Market – at the Salt Building (85 West 1st Avenue) near the Olympic Village in False Creek. Okay, so it’s not an Irish Pub, but it’s a nice one, and a big one, and it’s always a festive place to celebrate.
  • The Blarney Stone – a nice pub with a great venue at 216 Carrall Street in Gastown that becomes well above average at St. Patrick’s time.
  • Ceili’s Modern Irish Pub – a popular Irish pub in Richmond at 7311 Westminster Highway.
  • Dublin Crossing Irish Pub – an attractively designed pub and restaurant at 18789 Fraser Highway in Surrey.
The Blarney Stone at St. Patrick's
The Blarney Stone on St. Patrick’s Day

Other Information

For information on St. Patrick’s activities click CelticFest or St. Patrick’s Day in Vancouver.

For other best places to eat and drink in the Lower Mainland, check out the following:

 

 

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