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Bite into some delicious garlic mushrooms or scrumptious Irish Pork sausages and chips at the George Payne Irish Bar. It is advisable to book a table in advance as the place sometimes gets too crowded for comfort. This place is a good spot to gather with friends or just to wash down a quick pint before starting out the evening. You are sure to have a good time here, beer and excellent cocktails abound for decent prices. Lunch specials are from 13h to 15h and the bar is open daily from 1h onwards.
Dunnes tries to recreate the vibe of a traditional Irish drinking joint and doesn't fail. Tucked in the Gothic Square, merely a stone's throw away from Jaume I train station, this pub is the perfect spot if you're looking for a place to unwind or catch some live sports action. The threadbare brick walls, wooden bars and high vaulted ceiling make the place feel intimate yet spacious at the same time. Homemade fare of Irish Stew, Bangers & Mash, Chicken Burger and Fajitas perfectly complements the Guinness, Magners and other beers. And if you're into football then come down on a game night and experience the game in a fun and convivial atmosphere with the swag crowd.
Guinness and Leprechauns with a traditional pot of gold and luck is what the Irish believe in. The Temple bar can provide you with the Guinness but as for the Leprechauns, count your blessings if you get to see one. A true traditional Irish pub, with football being the main vibe, you could not go wrong here. During football matches which are screened here, Spaniards and foreigners alike congregate over a lager or a pint and cheer on their favorite team. Just like the Irish, the pub is filled with happiness and loud laughter. On some nights they even have bands coming in to perform for the guests. If you want to experience a boisterous, happy-go-lucky time then do not think twice, just head for The Temple Bar and wish for your pot of gold.
Ring the doorbell to get in at Robadors 23. It may appear a little inconspicuous from the outside, but once inside, the charm of exposed stone walls, graffiti art and great acoustics make for a memorable experience. This bar hosts an array of live concerts like jazz and blues jams, as well as flamenco nights. Top local and national artists and DJs take centerstage here to give patrons a mix of genres.
Happening crowd, great music, good old Guinness and craic - Flaherty's has all the trappings of a typical Irish pub and that's what makes it one of the top nightlife destinations in Barcelona. The space is cozy and intimate yet spacious enough to accommodate stag and hen parties as well as larger groups. Pair the pints with tantalizing home-made dishes like the Char-Grilled Chicken, Sunday Roast and don't forget to try their signature Irish breakfast which is served even well after breakfast hours.
Michael Collins has built a good reputation for itself as an Irish-Catalan pub since opening its doors in 1997. Frequented not only by locals but even tourists from around the globe, this pub is located right across the Temple of Sagrada Familia. The best thing about Michael Collins is the service, which is unlike anywhere else. Sports banter over pints of Guinness coupled with homemade Irish fare and bumbling Irish tunes beats every other remedy for a long day.
Tinta Roja Espai d'Art is a great venue if you want some Latin entertainment. The bar and performing arena is well-divided for both kinds of entertainment. You can enjoy tapas and cocktails at the bar with a good mix of eclectic sounds or head towards the hall which has a great stage and public seating arrangement. The bar draws all kinds of crowds from varied nationalities and social classes. Theater, tango, jazz, poetry recitals and comedy are regularly performed here. The tango classes held here are a hit with the crowd.