With so many Irish Bars to choose from this St. Patrick’s Day, the metro Milwaukee, WI bar scene has some stiff competition. There are so many bars or pubs to belly up at in metro Milwaukee. From AJ Obrady’s in Menomonee Falls to Clarke Irish Pub in Waukesha, there is a quality selection around Milwaukee.
O’Sullivan’s Public House | Brookfield, WI
O’Sullivan’s offers a warm neighborhood atomosphere. Offering corn beef, homemade soups and fish fry, you can’t go wrong with this pub any day of the week.
Mulligan’s | Franklin, WI
Offering 16 taps to choose from, Mulligan’s provides many beers choices during your visit. The pub is known for it’s fish fry specials, but their menu provides a variety of delicious options such as their burgers.
AJ Obrady’s | Menomonee Falls
Dollar bills aligns the ceiling at this pick to click in Menomonee Falls. Weekly food and drink specials have customers coming back for more. The pub caters to special sporting events on their big screens and various TVs within the dining area. Their St. Patrick’s Day events are well-known around the area.
Finn McGoo’s | Mequon, WI
Searching for a delicious corn beef? Look no further than Finn McGoo’s in Mequon. The pub is owned and operated by a family who move to the U.S. from Ireland in the 90’s where they owned a hotel and pub. You can catch the owner, Finbar MacCarthy, playing at the pub on a weekly basis.
Mo’s Irish Pub | Milwaukee, WI | Wauwatosa, WI
With a solid selection of beers to live music, it’s hard to go wrong with Mo’s. The pub offers pints of Guinness to a Jameson Burger, which will is all you really need, right? It’s a great place to meet a group of people for a night our or for a happy hour. The atmosphere is what you’d expect on St. Patrick’s day on a day-to-day basis.
O’Connors Perfect Pint | West Allis
The watering hole you’ve been looking for is O’Caonnors Perfect Pint. You’ll enjoy a dive bar atmosphere while taking down your Guinness. It may be hard to find a seat on the weekend, but if you’re a soccer fan, it’s worth the try to visit.
What’s your favorite Irish pub? Let us know in the comments.