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Located in downtown Los Angeles, with smart businessmen and posh women flocking in, you surely can't miss this chic place. Casey's Irish Bar & Grille has an old world charm and attracts clients with its delicious fare of American and Irish delicacies. Hop in on Wednesdays and participate in Team Trivia to win exciting goodies! Live Irish music on Thursdays and Fridays with a pint of beer or whiskey on the rocks, sets the ball rolling for a good night.
This maze-like Bavarian bar and restaurant is a find you will not forget. How it got here is beside the point; it has practically become an historic treasure. Sample one of the great German beers and do not forget to try the amazing food. The Bratwurst, in particular, is worth a repeat visit. If you are meeting friends, make sure you know in which room to venture in to for it is quite likely for one to get lost here.
Blue Palms Brewhouse is attached to The Music Box venue of the Henry Fonda Theatre. The high-ceilinged, spacious lounge features large plush sofas with pillows, and a wooden bar with golden hues. You'll see a lot of the theater-going crowd as well as youngsters looking to chill out. The weekly-changing menu includes small plates of appetizers, which are very popular with the locals. Blue Palms Brewhouse also hosts live performances and other events on a regular basis.
It's a well known fact that the Irish love their sport with a good brew and food. Jameson's has made its name as one of the recognized sports bars in Hollywood. They serve a wide selection of whiskeys and a list of well brewed beer that you can choose to have while watching your game. They can play pretty much any game on the TVs ranging from favorite Irish teams to boxing matches. Their food is something people would love to come back for. Another factor that has lead to the popularity of this pub and sports bar is that it is quite affordable. You can hardly find anything on the menu that goes over 10 dollars. So come and down to have whiskey or a pint.
A friendly place just south of Los Angeles' famed Farmers Market, this large pub offers all the expected fixings—live traditional music several nights a week with actor Tate Donovan and his band performing on Thursday nights, English grub and good beer. If it's true that everyone is a bit Irish, then Molly Malone's Irish Pub makes us all feel at home.
As far as raucous Irish pubs go, Tom Bergin's cannot be beaten. Opened in 1936, this jolly tavern has drawn a steady stream of garrulous patrons, young and old alike. Beneath the clusters of paper shamrocks that decorate the ceiling, merry crowds throng around the large bar where lively banter, not ear-shattering music, fills the room. Irish or not, come immerse yourself in the Gaelic hospitality and do not neglect to sample the signature Irish coffee, which is second to none. While the restaurant services closed down, the historic pub continues its legacy with its exquisite bar services!
Brennan's Pub is a great place for several reasons: the bartenders are friendly and will change the channel on an overhead TV, so you can find your favorite team; the drinks are inexpensive and the crowd couldn't be friendlier. Best of all, on Thursday nights speedy turtles drag tail around a makeshift track. There are also several pool tables and dart boards.