The Irish Rover Irish Pub

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Irish homeland feelings at Großneumarkt in Hamburg: The Irish Rover lives and loves Irish culture. Celtic music evenings, whiskey tastings and traditional dishes of Irish cuisine make guests dream of the green island.

The Irish Rover in Hamburg's Neustadt scores with tradition and authenticity. The aim of the operators to make it possible to experience a piece of their Irish homeland in Hamburg has been successful. Guinness, whiskey and Irish music remind visitors on the land of goblins and fairies. A special highlight of the Irish Pub is the Celtic Cellar. Every Sunday evening traditional sessions take place here. Numerous visitors gather to listen to Irish music. There is food, drinks and above all craic.

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