Alright kids, this is your Irish pub. Situated on the corner of Praca General Osorio near the metro, it’s a curious place. Make your way past the two burly bouncers on the door, they’re there because this place gets rammed. Head towards the sound of a guy playing U2 on the guitar (bet you never thought you’d hear that advice before) and embrace the sweet smell of fish & chips, a delicious reminder of home.

Drink Guinness here, it’d be rude not to. If you’re a bit of a dab hand at darts then prepare to showcase your skills here. If pool is more your thing, as it is BarChick’s then let the boys see your ‘bend and snap’ and play ‘em like Ronnie, baby. Order a huge hangover curing plate of cheesy chips from one of the hot waitresses working the floor, it seems only ladies are employed here, girl power.

Ball up with a big crowd and watch the footy, it’s full of locals and foreigners alike so you're bound to make friends. Check out the live music on Fridays and keep your eyes peeled, there’ve been sightings of a few famous Brazilian soap stars in these parts, apparently.



R. Visc. de Pirajá, 112 A - Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 22410-000, Brazil Tel: +55 21 2267 5860


Mon - Thurs: 5pm - 2am, Fri: 5pm - 3am, Sat: 2pm - 3am, Sun: 2pm - 2pm



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