4 Best Irish Bars and Pubs Around the World
Nowadays, we can see Irish pubs everywhere. We can find them in almost any country featuring their characteristic green colours and “Irish craic”. Until now, the countries with the largest number of Irish pubs are China, the USA, Australia, and Brazil.
In this blog, we will talk about some of the Irish pubs with the twang that stands out from the rest.
The Wild Rover – La Paz, Bolivia
La Paz, which is one of the most prominent cities in Bolivia, is where The Wild Rover sits. The Wild Rover is located in one of the highest cities in the world, which makes it a nice place to go for bragging rights. In this pub, only Irish people are employed, and wild parties are very common.
Delaney’s Kowloon, Hong Kong
Delaney’s Kowloon, which is one of the biggest pubs in Asia, is located on Peking Street near Nathan Road. If you look it from the outside, you see a narrow door, but once you’re in, it is a large basement room adorned with a bar.
The venue has no windows and the menu is fairly varied with a considerable number of typical Irish meals. One other thing to remark is that this place often shows live sports.
Grand Khaan Irish Pub, Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia
Grand Khaan is located smack bang in the middle of the capital of Mongolia, Ulaan Baatar. Unlike other Irish pubs, in this pub, the popular beer Guinness is served in cans. This venue has a swanky staff of Mongolian and Irish waiters. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated every year just like people do in Ireland.
The Crown Bar, Belfast, Northern Ireland
The list of the coolest Irish pubs would be incomplete if we did not mention the Crown Bar of Northern Ireland. What impresses most about this place is that it was nearly bombarded during “The Trouble”. The pub is currently owned by the National Trust and works into the night every day.
Finally, the Irish culture and Irish pubs are expanding around the world, and now we can find at least one no matter where we go. Many of these have maintained the Irish style and worked for decades.