Atlanta boasts one of the largest Irish populations in the South and Atlantans love a good party. Don your favorite green attire and celebrate at one of these fine locations.
When creating a list of Irish pubs in Atlanta, it'd be a mistake to omit this Buckhead favorite, Fado. The trademark woods throughout, European soccer leagues and of course, the perfect pour of Guinness have folks coming back again and again.
Atlanta's oldest Irish pub isn't content with just the standards, with fun menu items including their Irish eggrolls. In addition to Guinness & Magner's on tap, comedy & trivia nights are popular events.
The shopping center isn't much to sneeze at but when you enter the space, it's pure Irish pub all the way. Special beer & whiskey dinners allow the chef to flex their creative muscle.
In the heart of Brookhaven, Pub 71 is an Irish pub with plenty of American tendencies. Wings & fish tacos sit side by side on the menu with Shepherd's Pie and fish & chips. Irish ales & ciders are joined by a surprising list of good American craft beers and locals Sweetwater & Terrapin
Stout doubles as an Irish pub & sports bar and is the home bar of the area's rabid Ohio State Buckeye fans during football & basketball season.
Once you step inside Ri Ra, you forget that you're in a large condominium building with the warm woods & lighting that you'd expect in a good Irish pub. The food menu has rotating monthly specials and in addition to the standard Guiness, Ri Ra touts a sampler of various Irish whiskeys
Many Irish pubs give their stouts top billing, and although you'll find them here - whiskeys are king at Mac McGee's. Irish whiskeys, Scotch, bourbons and even Yamazaki from Japan attract whiskey enthusiasts from all over town