Best Irish Pubs In Las Vegas

Nine Fine Irishmen

New York New York Las Vegas Hotel and Casino

nine-fine-irishmenLive free. Dine Well. Drink good beer. Inspired by a group of extraordinary Irishmen who led lives of great adventure, this is a pub of epic proportions starring a grand Victorian-style bar, ornate cottage areas, shop-style snugs, and two levels of outdoor patio dining with a spectacular Las Vegas Strip view. As for food and drink, our chef feverishly worked to create tempting signature dishes made of only the freshest, natural Irish ingredients. Pair these with the finest stouts, ales, lagers, spirits, music, entertainment by special guest artists, and sports watching, and you’ve got yourself a little piece of the Emerald Isle in the heart of Las Vegas! Entertainment includes: house band Ri Ra (pronounced Ree Raw) playing a mix of traditional Irish Music, Wild Electric Jigs & Reels and Classic Sing along Songs; Martin Brennan hosting a great music session with lively traditional Irish dance by championship Irish Dancer Sharon Lynn; and, Celtic Rockers, Las Vegas’ rousing Irish Band, playing a mix of Celtic and Irish Rock.


J.C. Wooloughan’s Irish Pub

JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort and Spa,

best_irish_pub_photoOh, do we love our Irish whiskey! If you can’t get to Dublin, J.C. Wooloughan’s has brought a wee bit o’ Ireland here. Smooth triple-distilled single malts, 32 of them, especially the beguiling 36-year old Knoppogue Irish whiskey rumored to have been distilled in secret for more than three decades, and Midleton, considered the finest in the world. Built in Dublin and reassembled here, this pub is so authentic you can quaff a pint sitting in the actual winner’s circle from the Fairy House racetrack. The ponies are a strong theme here with a replica of Shergar, one of the world’s most valuable racehorses stolen in 1983 and never seen again, atop the bar. Off the Strip, cab or limo here for drink, food, music and hospitality you’d find in any neighborhood pub in Eire. An outdoor summer beer garden complements the traditional nooks, crannies, and “snugs” inside. Cead Mile Failte! (a hundred thousand welcomes).

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