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Titanic Cosy Irish Pub

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The Irish Pub Titanic in Hamburg-Altona resembles a rustic living room. This is where people meet to drink beer and watch football.

Colourful sofas, large wooden tables and an open fireplace characterise the image of the Titanic pub. In a homely atmosphere, guests meet to chat and watch football. For refreshment there is a varied beer selection as well as simple and tasty dishes. The Irish Pub is only a few minutes' walk from the Diebsteich S-Bahn station and is the ideal place to end the day in a cosy atmosphere.

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