Happy St. Paddy’s Day: Irish Pubs in Paris

Happy St. Patrick’s Day in Paris!

Wondering where you can drop in for a pint of Guinness in Paris? Wonder no more.
www.parispubs.com will give you the run down on some of the liveliest Irish pubs in town. (Also good places to watch rugby)
Here are some just to get you started:

The Hideout
11 rue de Pot de Fer
75005 Metro: Place Monge
(Be sure to check out parispubs write up on the Hideout which sounds VERY lively.)

If you’re looking for live Irish music, you may want to try
St. John’s Tavern (The Irish Pub)
188 bis Avenue Charles de Gaulle
9220 Neuilly Metro: Pont de Neuilly

Supposedly, the Moulin Rouge girls stop in at
Corcoran’s Clichy for a pint or two.
Corcoran’s Clichy
110 blvd. de Clichy
Metro: Blanche




Also listed are:
Flann O’Briens
6 rue Bailleul
75001 Metro: Les Halles

McBrides Irish Pub
54 rue St. Denis
Metro: Chatelet or Les Halles

The Wild Geese (the only pub in this neck of the woods)
140 Blvd. Richard Le Noir 75011
Metro: Oberkamph

The Coolin
15 rue Clement
Metro: Mabillon

Surprisingly, Kitty O’Shea’s Pub is not listed at www.parispubs.com
Kitty O’Shea’s
10 rue des Capucines
75002 Metro: Opera
Maybe Kitty O’Shea’s is left for the tourists.
A Good Place to watch Rugby!

Just looking at all these choices makes me want to go out and have a pint or two in each and every one of them.