Irish pub & Restaurant

The first Irish Pub in Marseille

of the MONTH


Fada Apricot
6 €

Soon to come

South Beach Rugby Five 2022

21st edition South Beach Rugby Five 2022 Come on all of you! Come attend the different tournaments that are going to take place July 14th to 17th, 2022 on the Prado David beach (just next to the Street Workout Park spot) with Association Ovale Beach Rugby Five Marseille and in partnership with your favourite Irish…

New! Food at weekends!

For the first time in nearly 20 years, food is back at weekends in your favourite Irish Pub in Marseille! You could already come grab a bite on Saturday nights. Now it’s possible Saturday lunch and Sunday night as well! Come on over and enjoy our homemade good food. see you pretty soon!

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    We’re open:

    7 days a week:
    Mon – Sat : 11 am to 1:30 am
    Sun : 12 noon to 0:30 am.

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    Don’t forget: NO reservations!

    Don’t forget: NO reservations!
    Come on in, and enjoy!

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    Monday Session

    Every Monday night around 8 pm:
    Acoustic traditional Irish music session.

The Irish pub!

We were the first Irish pub to open in Marseille, in 1996,
and like pubs in Ireland, we’re open at lunchtime and we offer a food menu both at lunch and at night (except Sunday lunch). As far as I know, we’re the only pub in Marseille to do that, and as you may know, it’s much easier to sell beer or spirits than food. But we don’t shun the difficulty, on the contrary we embrace it.
Set in an old house in the Sainte Anne neighbourhood, with a peat smelling fireplace, our Irish pub is a dream for real football and rugby fans. Loaded with dozens of jerseys and scarves, the pub shows games on 3 differents screens, including a 2 meter high giant screen. Here drinkers of Irish whiskeys and beer on tap are countless. If you like a quieter atmosphere, come on a Monday night to listen to the traditional Irish music session, or at lunch to enjoy some typical Irish food.

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