Edmonton’s Top 6 Irish Pubs to Visit on St. Patricks Day
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By The Beer Community on Mar. 01, 2019
St. Patrick’s Day is every beer lovers favourite holiday. To help with your St. Patty’s Day party planning, here are the six best Irish pubs from Whyte Avenye to Jasper Avenue to St. Albert to hit up on St. Patrick’s Day.
Connor’s Irish Pub & Grill is a new, premier pub experience, located in the heart of St. Albert. At Connor’s, classic Irish pub meets modern day sports bar. The staff is comprised of accomplished chefs and meticulously trained cooks, an experienced management team, and a multitude of servers and bartenders from various backgrounds throughout the service industry.
Duggan’s Boundary Irish Pub opened May 2008 in the former Frog & Nightgown Pub. Located in the charming Bonnie Doon neighborhood, across from the Faculté Ste. Jean campus, Duggan’s Boundary has become the gathering place for the local residents, young and old alike. Once you enter this charming pub, you will feel as though you’re truly in Ireland, with its warm woods, cozy booths and outstanding Irish fare.
The name hails from pioneer J.J. Duggan, one of the City of Strathcona’s first mayors. 91 St (also known as Rue Marie-Anne Gaboury) which runs beside the pub, was the boundary line for the former city.
At Fionn MacCool’s, they don’t separate what they believe from what they serve. Fionn MacCool’s believe quality time should be spent over quality fare. Which is why they will always strive to satisfy your appetite for honest food and great company, while bringing you good times that happen for no reason – which is the best reason of all.
Check out their limited Irish Fest menu here. This menu runs from February 4th to March 16th.
Kelly’s Pub originated in 2002 with the typical cliche – a girl with a dream. Kelly’s dream of becoming a flight attendant did not work out so instead; she decided to showcase her talents by opening a Pub! Today that “dream” lives on in a brand new location Downtown’s bustling 104th Street. At Kelly’s Pub friends can meet, business deals can be made and sports will always be on. Whether you want to enjoy a great pint, glass of wine, cocktail, specialty coffee or tempt your tastebuds with a delicious meal, Kelly’s is the place to be!
Home of the perfect pint, O’Byrne’s is Whyte Ave’s favourite Irish Pub. You will feel as though your actually in Dublin as soon as you walk through the doors.
Urban Tavern is home of Canada’s largest beer wall. Make yourself at home with something to eat and a couple of somethings to drink. Bring your friends, family, or even your boss if they’re up for a good time. That’s what you’ll get when you come to Urban Tavern; awesome food, quality drinks and great memories with the people you like best.
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