December 14, 2016 by The Atlas Team
O’Gilin’s Irish Pub
The oldest, the Irishist, the friendliest in town.
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.