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Always crowded and brimming with casual excitement, Stolly's is a favorite hangout for locals and visitors alike. Located on a small street off Rue de Rivoli, it may be hard to find immediately, but this Irish pub is worth the search down the block for a cozy night with friends. Stop by for happy hour specials, usually around 4:30p-8p, and choose from tasty cocktails and a selection of beers. Stolly's is also a favorite spot on summer nights, during which you can relax out on the terrace. If you happen to be in the City of Light for St. Patrick's Day, be sure to stop by this fun spot.
People who follow Celtic music love the Plough and Stars, which has been around since 1975. Some of the biggest names in Celtic music perform live here in nightly shows. You might also see traditional Irish dance performances while you enjoy your pint. You will be quite welcome among the friendly and multi-generational crowd. How can anyone be less than convivial with great music, great libations and a great crowd? This charming pub has no food offerings, but you're free to bring your own.
Lording over the Yonge and Richmond area for more than 35 years, McVeigh's is where homesick Irish folk go when they want a taste of the Emerald Isle. Here you're transported to a neighborhood pub complete with live Irish bands, waitresses with lilting accents and all the Guinness you can drink. Catch frequent performers The Mad Patties playing, and hear traditional Irish tunes. And the food is just what you would hope for: stews and meat pies alongside burgers and fries.
This is a real Irish experience as everything from the lamps to its wood paneling comes from Ireland. Molly Bloom's was Israel's first Irish pub and they aim to be authentic. Choose from fish and chips with tartar sauce, shepherd's pie, beef cooked in Guinness and roast beef. There are a great range of Irish whiskeys available and a beer garden behind the restaurant. On Mondays and Fridays, you can listen to live traditional Irish music.