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Find an Irish Pub in Phoenix, Arizona
Looking for corned beef and cabbage, shepherds pie, boxty or some Irish brews? Here are some places in the Phoenix, Arizona area that will satisfy those needs!
These Irish pubs appear in alphabetical order.
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Located in Tempe at Tempe Marketplace.
"D’Arcy McGee’s combines the vibe of an upscale pub with the comfort found in a casual dining experience."
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Dubliner Irish Pub and Restaurant
Located in East Phoenix.
"Established in 1985, the Dubliner . . . [is] a great place to stop by and meet new friends while trying to escape the crazy heat of the Arizona sun."Continue to 5 of 18 below.
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Located in Glendale.
"Built in 1977, by Irishman Steve McFadden, the original McFadden's is on the corner of 42nd and 2nd Avenue, in New York City, just minutes from Times Square. His mission was to provide a place for friends and family to gather and celebrate good times while enjoying great food and drinks. Steve even incorporated some of his families own Irish recipes, like Shepard's Pie into the menu."Continue to 9 of 18 below.
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Located in West Phoenix.
"We have the best Irish pub around and an atmosphere to match. So for some good ol' Irish hospitality in the Valley of the Sun, get your friends together and drop in the best Irish pub in Phoenix!"
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Located in Glendale.
"Over 80 televisions cover virtually every live and classic sporting event day and night.As if that weren't enough, Padre Murphy's serves some of the finest food in Phoenix. Our menu has evolved over the years and always satisfies.Like a classic Boston pub, our rich wood floors and walls, magnificent mahogany bar and huge collection of famous sports memorabilia make Padre Murphy's a delight to the eye."
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Not exactly Irish, but pretty close. "The Rose & Crown is a British pub with a bit of an American feel....A selection of over 50 local and import beers served up with less British attitude and more British hospitality, as well as tasty menu selections sure to please guests from either side of the pond."Continue to 13 of 18 below.
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Located in Central Phoenix.
"Since 2002, Rosie McCaffrey's has served up an Irish Pub experience as authentic as any cozy inn on the Emerald Isle. Proprietor Seamus McCaffrey Belfast born and bred has translated every detail of all there is to love about good Gaelic food and drink into something hospitably genuine. Here, the Guinness is always poured proper, in two steps.... The music, live bands and balladeers are sure to tap into your inner Irishman, while sincere, sociable service smiles with heart as warm and welcoming as a hearth."
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Located in Tempe.
"We wanted our name to tell a lot about the pub experience and, after studying many names, cities in Ireland and pub culture, we decided on Rúla Búla. Taken from the Irish Gaelic language expression "rí rá agus ruaille buaille" it translates to "uproar and commotion" in the context of a celebratory and fun time."
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Located in Downtown Phoenix.
"Known for the largest Scotch selection in the state; Seamus McCaffrey's Irish Pub & Restaurant has been a landmark valley favorite for the past 20 years. We've got a full selection of whiskeys & specialty Irish beers on tap served ice cold in an Imperial Pint! Seamus McCaffrey's is a Phoenix institution & a great location for a traditional Irish meal, drink and live entertainment. Stop in anytime for some of our Irish charm and great service."
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Locations in Peoria, Tempe, Scottsdale, Phoenix.
"While the Tilted Kilt concept has its roots deep in the rousing tradition of Scottish, Irish and English Pubs, it actually first came to life in America’s own sin city, Las Vegas. The brainchild of successful restaurateur Mark DiMartino, Tilted Kilt was conceived to be a contemporary, Celtic-themed sports Pub staffed with beautiful servers in sexy plaid kilts and matching plaid bras."
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