O’Gilin’s Irish Pub

The oldest, the Irishist, the friendliest in town.

Rua dos Remolares, 8-10
Cais do Sodré
+351 213 421 899, website
Mon – Thu, 12h – 22h; Fri – Sat, 12h – 2h30; Sun, 12h – 2h

Lisbon’s oldest Irish Pub sets the tone for whatever mischief you’re up to. It hosts a trivia night, and there’s live music four or more nights a week. They serve a nicely poured pint of Guinness and Kilkenny if that’s your thing – or if it’s whiskey you’re after, you’ve come to the right place. They also have a rotating selection of local craft beers. The staff is super-friendly and helpful, and always down for a laugh if they’re not busy. They’re also some of the most knowledgeable locals you’ll meet, whatever your question, and their recommendations for a late-night outing are almost always the way to go. The kitchen offers both bar snacks and full meals, and for Americans with an affinity for nachos and chicken wings, it’s a must-do if you’ve had your fill of bacalhau (cod fish) and you’re in for something that reminds you of wherever you call home.

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