The Irish best pubs in south east London this St Patrick’s Day

On St. Patrick’s Day, people relish drinking pints in good pubs for the lively atmosphere and camaraderie.

The day’s festivities, often filled with Irish music and jovial banter, elevate the experience.

It’s a day where everyone’s Irish, and every pint tells a story, making the pub a cozy haven where camaraderie thrives, and the luck of the Irish is palpable.

South east London pubs offer a cozy, communal atmosphere where friends and strangers come together to socialize, share stories, and enjoy live music, and subsequently are great locations to celebrate St Patrick’s Day.

Blyth Hill Tavern, Forest Hill

The charming Blyth Hull Tavern, nestled in south east London, offers an exceptional array of draft ales and nostalgic ambiance.

This Victorian corner pub offers a warm and inviting atmosphere with an inviting beloved beer garden.

Hardy’s Free house, Greenwich

This local gem embodies the essence of an outstanding Irish pub, offering budget-friendly drinks and friendly service.

Renowned for their stout selection, they proudly boast serving the “best pint of Guinness in the south.”

O’Neill’s, Bromley

At O’Neill’s Bromley in Bromley, a friendly greeting awaits you every time. It’s the ultimate spot to soak up the lively atmosphere, whether you’re popping in for a casual drink with friends or seeking a laid-back bar to savour some delicious pub grub at excellent value.

O’Neill’s is even offering pints of Guinness for just £2, 241 on Baby Guiness shots, and free Dublin Mule cocktails when customers download their app.

Skehans Free House, Lewisham

In Lewisham, Skehan’s offers a legendary atmosphere, friendly staff, rustic setting, beer garden, front smoking deck, and fantastic Thai cuisine.

It’s the perfect spot for singalongs with live folk bands or lively karaoke nights and is one of the only remaining independent family-run pubs in south London.

Mc & Sons, Southwark

Get ready for an epic St. Patrick’s Day weekend at Mc & Sons, as celebrations kick off on Friday with a lively Paddy’s party, with live music to keep the fun going.

On Saturday, catch all the Six Nations rugby action live.

Finally, Sunday offers a chill Irish music session and delicious Thai brunch dishes, along with plenty of Guinness.

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