Oepn 7 days a week, 16:00 t0 02:00, this Irish pub owned by Claude Chemoleix is a proponent of Celtic music. blues and jazz. Datrs board. Serving beers directly from the keg.
Opening hours: 12:00~14:00, 19:00~23:00
Closed on Sundays during the off-season.
This brewery welcomes the personalities and followers of the Avignon Festival.
one of the best wine list of the region: 500 references.
Menus: 88FF (lunch)~175FF. Pork meat plate: 65FF. Cheese plate: 48FF. Lunch set: 55FF. Wine glass: 12~26FF.
Opening hours: 12:00~14:30, 20:00~23:00
Closed on Saturday lunches & Sundays.
Honest bistro but great Bordeaux wine list at interesting prices. A good choice of half-bottles. A few bordeaux wine glasses. Formula 98FF (+ cheese or dessert 30FF)
A sister of the one in Paris, located in a former women's prison, not far from the Garonne River quays.
Serves own microbrewery's five speciall-brewed beer brands.
Home-made pub meals and snacks available until 01:00 a.m.
Darts matches. Daily newspapers, party nights, big jugs of beer, etc.
Fax : (33)(4)92981617
Open Daily from 5pm till 2:30am
Happy Hours from 5pm till 8pm
Manager: Robert Ryan
They are the oldest Irish Pub in Cannes with all the comforts and discomforts of home.They are a Franco Irish owned Pub with a great mix of international clientele in the heart of Cannes.Open till late with live music three nights a week.Also the scene for premier parties for Irish movies during the film festival.
The owner is Breton, the atmosphere Irish, the decor maritime.plenty of good beer in this nocturnal hideout.
Pub located in the town centre, offering Guinnes and Champagne by the glass. Joyous late night hideout.
Musicl atmosphere. 210 different beers. Pure malt whisky collection. Retro look with great posters as in London or a RAF pub.
This cafe-theatre-restaurant promotes regional artists. Fridays, and Saturdays nights: theatre, songs or musical comedy.
Just to remind you that Lorient is the capital of "Interceltic music", this Irish pub is recommanded with its laid-back atmosphere and numerous concerts.
Opening hours: 15:30~02:00
Closed on Sundays.
Waych the beer beung made and taste some excellent brews at this traditional brewery. Lots of action in the evenings.
This Celtic bar, oepn from 17:00 to dawn, plays both on Breton and Irish folklore. Original decor on two storeys making use of recycled furniture. Great variety of beers. Ar-Men, Morbraz and Lancelot du Lac beers from French Brittany with beers from belgium and Ireland. Good open sandwiches (tartines) for empty somachs at night.
Opening hours: 19:00~02:00.
Closed on Sundays & Mondays.
Musical atmosphere especially post be-bop jazz and urban music. True wine bar serving wine only by the glass (about 30 kinds). Mythical address in Montpellier.
Pork meat or cheese plate:30FF. Wine glass: 15:60FF.
Open until 01:00.
In this famous brasserie/brewery, wash down a choucroute or mussels and French fries with one of the hundred boyyled beers or 30 different brews from the tap!
inside a wooden decor, the bar serves 6 different draughts of weel-balanced brews. Young people from Mulhouse patronize the room upstairs for its homemade food.
Address: Place Graslin, 44000, Loire Atlantique, Nantes.
A historic meeting spot, this brasserie features mosaics and rococo gilt decoration. Arguably, the most popular brasserie in Nantes.
A true English Pub where the crowd savours a pint of Bass or a cocktail.
Regular musical night attract the a young crowd, not to mention a great choice of delicious beers.
Address: Centre commercial de la Baie des Citrons, Noumea, Nouvelle-caledonie
Opened until 01:00
4 brews from white to stout are brewed in situ in a great decor all wood and copper to allow you to drink your beer unfiltered and unpasteurized directly from the tanks! Is served in 25cl, 33 cl, 50 cl and 1,8 l. A tatsing set is available (15 cl per glass)
A traditional French and Alsatian menu is offered at lunch and dinner. Lunch sets.
Andouillette, Mussels, Flamenkueche, Choucroute, Salads.
Happy hours: 18:00~20:00
Address: 80, rue Francois Miron, 75004, Paris.
The only Scottish pub in Paris as far as I know. The name means the "Old Alliance" struck between Scotland and France to fight the English under Robert the Bruce.
Good Scottish and Irish beers as well as cider and many liquors. Good range of Scotch whikies.
very friendly atmosphere. no bouncers. No hassles. Gentle staff and friendly crowd. Equally patronised by Brits and French (who mosr of the time order in English!)
Address: 19, rue de Jouy, 75004, Paris.
The cream of its kind. In a very chic decor you can either enjoy a glass of wine at the counter or have a meal chosen from a short but excellent carte. Also features regular seasonal specials ( some very good surprises actually!). Warm welcome. Very professional service by the owner from Burgundy, Jacques Maroslavac-Bavard who knows and enjoys his work. Wines from Burgundy but Champagne also available. Short but very well chosen wine list. Sell wines on the premises and take large orders.
Address: 30, rue Vieille du Temple, 75004, Paris.
This minuscule cafe/bar open onto the pavement is an institution in the Marais District. Difficult to find a seat. Staff very courteous. Customers can be extremely varied "characters and tendencies".
Opening hours: 12:00~01:00
Closed on Mondays.
10 wines sold by the glass, often renewed. A mine of discoveries. Menu: 150FF. Wine glass: 10~22FF.
Address: 20, rude de Montmartre, 75002, Paris
Customers seem to be back in London in this pub serving a good selection of beers and offering concerts on Saturday evenings.
Very interesting food. very happy atmosphere all week long.
Formerly part of the Royal Horsestables, transformed in a low-class bar just after WWII. Presently a bar/café on the ground floor. A narrrow plank stairway leads to a restaurant. An extremely ancient looking café but actually a decrepit place full of charm with tiled floor, old red sofas, old round bar and old photographs. Restaurant on terrace from May to September.
Address: 109, rue Oberkampf, 75001, Paris
Warm eclectic atmosphere. Popular with top models. Lunch, 80FF~. Brunch on week-ends. Beer, 12FF, cocktail, 37FF.
Address: 184, Rue Saint-Jacques, 75005, paris.
Surprisingly interesting Pub/Bar owned by Mr. Jimson Bienenstock. Very Australian. Walls nicely decorated. Staff speak French. Customers mostly foreigners. Serves Fosters, Victoria Bitters and Cascade Lager. Great pies. Has 2 more shops, but this one is my favourite. Internet access available.
Address: 2, yue du Mont Thabor, 75001, Paris
Credit cards accepted
A higher class Irish pub with consequent atmosphere. Great decor. Better food available: Irish smoked salmon, etc.
Opening hours: 10:00~21:30
Closed on Saturdays, sundays & Monday evenings.
Try the Gamay with tripes (75FF), tartines (12~32FF), andouillette (80FF9, set lunch (75FF), or menu (140FF). Wine glass, 8~25FF.
Largest Bar/Cafe on the Contrescaroe Square spilling onto the pavement.
16:00~20:00: Happy hours. Good choice of beers. Very popular with locals.
Opening hours: 12:00~15:00, 19:00~01:00
Closed on Sunday lunches.
Beautiful zinc counter, clown posters.
good pork meat plates supported by 15 wines by the glass.
Pork meat plate, 58FF. Set lunch, 78FF. Wine glass: 18~30FF.
Address: 39, boulevard de Clichy, 75009, Paris.
Traditional Englidh & Irish beers. Also a good selection of Continental beers. Restaurant upstairs. Warm welcome.
Credit cards accepted.
Address: 153, rue Chevalet, 75013, Paris.
Family pub. Very warm welcome. Great Irish food. Irish rock on Friday nights. Darts competitions. Happy hours: 16:00~20:00.
Credit cards accepted.
Address: 12, rue de Mirbel, 75005, Paris
Liam Connoly has rescontuted a typical Irish pub. Concerts on week-ends.
Live music Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday. Sky Digital TV. Open until 05:00. Food served nightly.
Address: 12, rue du Bourg-Thibourg, 75004 Paris
A very convivial restaurant cum wine bar open every day serving hearty and tasty meals . The menu at 145FF is a bargain. All the bistrot classic are home-made.
Great wines served by the bottle or glass.
Parking available. Reserve after 21:00!
Address: 42, rue des Mathurins, 75008, Paris
Back in Liverpool London! Good English beer (Adams9 and food (Roast lamb, Shichuan Chicken, Apple Pie) in cordial atmosphere (cricket & rugby fans hideout)
Well-placed nice-looking little Irish Pub.
Address: 18, rue des halles, 75001, Paris
Authentic Irish atmosphere and honest food. mainly serves Kilkenny and Guinness.
Address: 25, rue Charles V, 75004, Paris
Italian wine bar with enormous wine list (25,000 bottles in the cellar! 400 Italian refernces. 95, 96 & 97 vintages). Toasts with ewe's cheese and Venetian sausage, sweet garlic lamb cutlets.
10 wines offered by the glass.
Lunch 75FF. Cheese plate, 40~70FF. Wione glass, 25~50FF.
Address: 42, rue de Montparnasse, 75014, Paris
Kro, Adelscott, Leffe, Bellevue, Lindemans, Pilsen Urquell are served by the pint, half pint, draught or in one-liter pitcher. Great cocktails. Mussels, Sauerkraut, Roquefort Pie and Creme brulee.
Address: 9, rue des Boulangers, 75005, Paris
Dedicated to James Joyce, this Irish pub serves guinness and Kilkenny in an original and colourful atmosphere.
Address: 6, rue Bailleul, 75001, Paris.
True Irish pub. English main language.Raucous at times. Irish Rock-folk groups. Sky News.
A very large packed-up Pub with an interesting character. Seems to be very popular with locals.
Address: 5, rue Daunon, 75002 Paris
Harry's Bar was opened in 1911 by jockey Ted Sloan on Thanksgiving day and has been a meeting place for Americans in Paris ever since. American food and drinks available. The bar specializes in cocktails. Can be very crowded on week-ends!
Address: 120 rue Montmartre, 75002, Paris.
Recently opened pub very much in demand with local youth.Big TV screen for sports events. Rock concerts on last 3 days of the week. Happy hours: 16:00 ~19:00.
Can be rent for private nights.
Credit cards accepted.
Address: 71, boulevard Gouvlon-Sainr-Cyr, 75017, Paris.
Typical Decor of pubs in Ireland. Owned by Brian Loughney. Two bars. Very happy atmosphere. All three storeys permanently crowded.
Good food: Smoked Salmon with Cucumber Sauce, Irish Toasts, Apple Crumble. Air-conditioned.
Credit cards accepted.
Opening hours: 12:00~00:00. Closed on Sundays.
Tim Johnston has a passion for Rhone wines. 50 wines offered, 10 of which by the glass including worlwide vintages: Loustau, Spain, Australia.
Menu: 200ff. Wine glass: 18=50FF.
Address: 6 bis, rue du 4 Septembre, 75002, paris
An Irish pub with terrace and air-conditioning.
Friendly atmosphere in a Victorian decor. Good food: grilled chicken wings, Beef Guinness, Fish 6 Chips. Great Irish coffee.
Adress: 10, rue des Capucines, 75002, Paris.
Very popular on week-end nights the crowd spill onto the pavement. Noisy atmosphere. Irish restaurant upstairs serving good food, especially seafood cocktail and Irish Stew. Brunch on Sundays.
Credit cards accepted.
Open 09:00~02:00. Closed on Sundays.
Live music, D.J., concerts, TV sports events.
Address: 20, rue des Canettes, 75006, Paris.
The first microbrewery in Paris always crowded serves its own beer, red ale, lager and stout.
Ctrdit cards accepted.
Address: 25, rue des Halles, 75001, Paris.
All the Irish from Paris seem to gather there once all the other Irish pubs are closed.Happy atmosphere. Irish rock every Friday night. Happy hours from 18::~21:00.
Address: 5, rue de Presbourg, 75016, Paris.
This very chic pub near the Etoile has recently been refurbished. French style food. Beers, Scotch malts and cocktails served in good background music.
Credit cards accepted.
Address: 5, rue du Jour, 75001, Paris.
Definitely Irish very traditional pub. One of the oldest in Paris actually, going on fifteen years or so now. Used to be called The James Joyce but that's another story...
Plenty of tables for customers who do not enjoy standing at the bar. Warm atmosphere.
Presently (as of March 2005) managed by Breffni O'Dubhghaill (I challeng anyone to pronounce his name!).
Credit cards accepted.
Address: 49, rue Saint-Honore, 75001 Paris (at the corner with rue du Pont-neuf)
400 different beers. 20 from the tap. 180 whiskies.
Specialized in Belgian beers but features enough beers from Ireland, Great Britain, U.S.A. and rest of Europe to please everybody!
Your typical Paris district cafe. What makes it interesting is that the owner, Raymond, met his Japanese wife in Tokyo and that she takes care of the cookung (Grench only). Very reasonable and filling set lunch for 60FF.
Address: 55, rue Montmartre, 75002, Paris
Typical Irish pub with excellent draught Guinness. Very reasonable. So authentic that you have the impression of beiing back in Dublin or Cork!
Open daily 11:00 a.m.~02:00 a.m.
Happy hours all day.
Darts, table quizzes, Irish classes, live sports shown. Sunday brunch.
Tel: (33) (0)6 17 03 03 02
A La Rochelle institution, the General Humbertís is a lively Irish pub located on Saint Nicolas street in the historic heart of the city, close to the old harbour.
The bar is one of the main meeting places for the locals and a place you don't want to miss when in La Rochelle.
La Rochelle is the place where, on August 6th 1798, General Humbert's "Army of Ireland" set sail destined for Killala, Co. Mayo...
The mission of this little French expeditionary force was to provide military assistance to the Irish rebels of the "Rising of '98" in their attempt to free Ireland from English domination. This tiny force, together with its Irish allies, was to conduct an extraordinary campaign that shook the British Empire.
With a mix of French and Irish staff, The General Humbertís is managing to create an authentic Irish bar while integrating comfortably in La Rochelle thanks to this historical connection with Ireland.
No effort has been spared to ensure that everyone who will visit The General Humbertís shares in those Irish traditions of good drink, good craic, live music and sports and a lighthearted atmosphere of fun and chat.
The walls are adorned with outstanding historical, sports, music and political memorabilia. A private function room is offered to the customers free of charge to organize their own special events on demand.
The General Humbertís prides itself on pouring the perfect pint of Guinness.
There is a wide choice of draught and bottled stout, ale, lager and beer. Cognac based cocktails are a specialty of the house.
Tel: (33) (5) 46 28 91 39
First opened in 1985. Taken over by mr Bouju in 1999.
Go inside to enjoy decor. Very warm welcome.
8 draught beers, Irish, British, in half pints, pints and pitchers (good quality!)Bottled beer from all over the world. Good beers from Belgium and France.
Tel.: (33) (5) 46509772
Very practical for a date in the town centre. Crowded, happy and noisy atmosphere. Good choice of beers.
Dublin-atmosphere pub patronized by happy nad noisy students. Draught cider, 10 draught beers, 100 varieties of bottled beers, and good whiskies.
Open every day, 11:00~23:00. Closed on Sundays in winter.
Opened in 1988, a great restaurant cum wine bar in the middle of the very beautiful but touristic medieval city of Saint-Emilion famous for its great wines.
Original decor inside with a very well-provided wine bar. Also features a few beers from neighbouring microbreweries.Wine by the glass or the bottle. English menu. English and Spanish spoken.
Short but very effective menu of local specialties:
My favourite are: Assiette de Charcuterie (varied Pork Meats) 50FF, Andouilette AAAA (Chitterling sausage) 85FF,.
Even features liquorous whites (great with pate or andouillette!)
Very friendly staff.
Located in the centre of the old town, this Irish Pub owned by an Englishman(!) serves over 15 beers from the keg in a typical atmosphere with no less than 80 whiskies.
Address: 4, rue Sainte-Catherine, 670000, Bas-Rhin, Strasbourg.
An American bar all on mahogany for a cozy drink mid-week. Music and dancing on week-ends.
Address: 28 rue Finkwiller, 67000 Strasbourg
The favourite haunt of the local Rugby Players.
For more details contact: Karin Petit
Froggies Cafe /Public Relations (33)(6)25271738
Opening hours: 12:00~14:00, 18:00~01:30
Closed on Sundays & Mondays.
In a new and beautiful location, Richard Meier proposes an assortment of Euro-Asian savouries and about 20 wines by the glass from Alsace to South Africa and Chile. Good choice of cigars and spirits.
25FF for one savoury, 75FF for 4, 110FF for 6. Wine glass: 18~50FF.
Opening hours: 12:00~14:00, 19:30~23:00
Closed on Saturdays & Sundays.
Great down to earth cuisine (oeufs en meurette, seven hours lambleg). 120 references in the wine list especially Saumur-Champigny and Chinon.
Menus: 62FF (lunch) and 74FF. Carte: 180FF. Wine glass: 20~22FF.