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Saint Patrick’s Day is near and we have all of the hottest spots to grab a cold mug of beer! Of course, the food is mighty delicious, but if you didn’t already know, Irish pubs are all about community —they’re extremely friendly, warm and inviting. The conversations come so easy that you’ll likely spark a breezy talk with a total stranger, the bartender, any of the servers or even the owner. Celebrate the holiday in good company at some of our favorite Irish pubs in Dallas for traditional fare and superb selections of craft beer straight from Dublin. You just might become a regular!

4 Must-Try Irish Pubs in Dallas for St. Patrick’s Day
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The selection of over 200 whiskeys at The Crafty Irishman.

The Crafty Irishman | Downtown

If you’re looking for an authentic Irish pub, visit The Crafty Irishman downtown tucked in the Mercantile Building. There are a handful of bars downtown, but none quite like this quaint spot owned by Dublin native, Alan Kearney. In fact, it is the only pub in downtown Dallas! If you want to switch it up for lunch, definitely add The Crafty Irishman to your list. From the dishes to the beer to the ambiance, it’s clear that Irish tradition is always kept in mind for every detail. The fish and chips are a must-try especially on Mondays when they’re buy one, get one free with a friend!

Twitter: @crafty_irishman

4 Must-Try Irish Pubs in Dallas for St. Patrick’s Day
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Traditional Irish basket of fish and chips at The Crafty Irishman.

Dubliner | Lower Greenville

Ease on down to Lower Greenville for a glass of Guinness at Dubliner. This Irish pub is owned by Dublin native, Peter Kenny, and has a warm ambiance and an inviting community that make you feel right at home. Perfect for a laid-back afternoon or evening, this pub’s menu includes lighter fare such as charcuterie plates and sandwiches that can be shared over drinks with friends. The kitchen closes nightly at midnight, but you can hang out and have a good time until the wee hour of 2:00 in the morning every night.

Twitter: @dallasdub

Malarkey’s Tavern | Far North Dallas

Dallas traffic can be quite frustrating in the evening after a long day. For traditional Irish and American fare, let the traffic ease by spending an hour or two at Malarkey’s Tavern on Trinity Mills just off the Dallas North Tollway. Meet up with friends after a long day in a cozy booth and unwind with a glass of beer, whiskey, scotch or bourbon from the pub’s extensive drink menu. There are even eight Irish-inspired specialty cocktails to choose from while you wait for your main dish. We recommend trying the Irish tacos, but there are several Irish and American fare options to satisfy any appetite.

Twitter: @MalarkeysTvrnTX

Trinity Hall | Mockingbird Station

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The Front of Trinity Hall Irish Pub located in Mockingbird Station.

There are several foodie gems tucked in Mockingbird Station and Trinity Hall is one of them! Located just next door to The Angelika Film Center on level two, this Dallas favorite has been around for 17 years. This genuine Irish pub has such a warm, welcoming vibe and will quickly make you forget that you’re in the busy city. With a wide variety of whiskey and beer, you can choose from a large menu of traditional Irish dishes while enjoying live music, a soccer or rugby game, or simply the lively conversations of those around you. You will meet some of the most colorful and friendly characters at this pub! This is the perfect spot for a meal before or after a show at Hyena’s Comedy Nightclub or an afternoon of shopping at the surrounding boutiques.

Twitter: @TrinityHall

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Two empty shot glasses at the bar in Trinity Hall following a lively toast.

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