St. Patrick's Day corned beef and cabbage with green beer

Every day is St. Patrick’s Day at these Irish pubs in St. Augustine and Jacksonville. Whether you’re going for comfy corners, rowdy nights, bangers and mash, or a solid Reuben, we’ve got you covered.

Irish Pubs in St. Augustine

Meehan's Irish Pub

20 Avenida Menendez, St. Augustine, FL 32084

With cozy surroundings, frequent live music, and waterfront views, this family-friendly seafood house is a great stop in the Historic District for a pint and traditional pub vibes.

Barley Republic

48 Spanish St., St. Augustine, FL 32084

This great little establishment is well known in the Historic District, but tucked just far enough off St. George Street to keep it a secret. Go for live music, happy hour (which includes their $5 Smash Burgers) or stop in for a traditional curry, poutine, or fish and chips.

Ann O’Malleys

23 Orange St., St. Augustine, FL 32084

A classic spot in the Historic District for pints of Irish beer, you’ll also find happy hour, deli sandwiches, live music, open mic nights, trivia, sports viewing, and naughty bingo.

exterior shot of Meehan's
Photo courtesy of Maria DiCicco

Donovan's Irish Pub

7440 U.S. 1, St. Augustine, FL 32095 

Donovan's offers a traditional menu of Irish fare, from corned beef to Shepherd’s pie, and great family-friendly vibes that are inviting to all. Pair half-price Guinness specials or all-you-can-eat fish and chips (on certain days) with the pub's regular trivia and live music. 

Fionn MacCool's Irish Restaurant & Pub

145 Hilden Road, Ponte Vedra, FL 32081

A popular spot for traditional Irish fare and sports viewing, this family-friendly pub also offers happy hour and regular live music. Sports viewing is an obvious draw, but so are the Reuben Springs Rolls, Irish Nachos, and Scotch Eggs.

Irish Pubs in Jacksonville & Jax Beach

With a bit of Irish luck, these nearby pubs will have just what you’re looking for if you venture out beyond the Ancient City. 

Mickie’s Irish Pub

1012 King St., Jacksonville, FL 32204

Fancy a pint with a touch of fun? This unique dive bar offers patio seating, foosball, a pool table, opportunities for selfies in a red telephone booth, and many Irish beers on tap like Guinness, Smithwicks, and Magners.

exterior of Ann O'Malleys
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Culhane’s Irish Pub and Restaurant

9720 Deer Lake Ct., Jacksonville, FL 32246

Culhane’s features a dizzying amount of amazing Irish treats (even celebrity chef Guy Fieri stopped by for a bite). To name some standouts, try Nana’s sausage rolls, pot leek soup, colcannon, bangers and mash, Guinness beef stew, Shepherd’s pie, corned beef and cabbage, Dingle fish pie or the Blarney lamb sliders.

If reading about these choices isn’t enough to get you salivating, consider stopping in for a game of rugby, English Premier League, football and then some – and don’t forget to ask for a complimentary tasting of their handcrafted “5 Sisters Spirit” vodka.

Also, keep an eye on their calendar for karaoke, brunch and happy hour specials.

The Stout Snug

1190 Edgewood Ave. S., Jacksonville, FL 32205

With regular live music, this pub is always ready for a jig. For something a little different on the Irish menu, try the Irish chicken pasta.

For more authentic plates, go for cottage stout pie, bangers and mash, curry, corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips, or the Guinness burger.

exterior of Barleys
Photo courtesy of Maria DiCicco

TJ’s Irish Pub

12020 Fort Caroline Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32225

This strip mall Irish joint features pool tables and neighborhood vibes. Casual and fun. 

Lynch's Irish Pub

514 First St. N, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

Go for brunch on the weekends (when a bottle of champagne is only $12.99 and includes your juice of choice), or visit during happy hour.

There’s daily live music, trivia and bingo too! Order the sampler to try their scotch eggs, egg rolls, sausage rolls, or add on some beer battered Irish sausages. Worry about your cholesterol later!


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