Discussion in 'TalkCeltic Pub' started by Vertie, Dec 16, 2017.
Discuss ‘Irish’ bars that aren’t Irish bars in the TalkCeltic Pub area at TalkCeltic.net.
Gonnae stop that?
Serving Guinness (and, frankly, * Guinnes) does not make you an Irish bar. Take your discount Axl Rose vocalist to *, and get the rebs on.
I'll just leave you to deal with @StPauli1916
Got refused into O’Neills once as I had a football top on.
I once got asked to leave O'Neill's in Newcastle for singing Irish Soldier Laddie and falling through the bar
To be fair mate, I'd refuse a floating neck with no head/arms/body/legs wearing a fitba top anaw.
Is that an action shot of you being shown the door?
You body and faceless * ye!
The fucxxng Celtic corner in Liverpool opposite the Adelphi, dont go there!!!!!!!!!!!!Any Irish bars that collects for help the heros etc is no Irish bar
Going back to the late 90's now but there used to be a bar across from the Adelphi called the Compass Inn or something is that the same one or still there mate ?
You got thrown out for losing the heid and being legless.
Well played lads
I remember my old fella saying he went to a Liverpool-Celtic friendly in the 90’s, (Ian Rush’s testimonial?) and he mentioned that the Celtic fans congregated in the Irish pubs, naturally.
Apparently there were heavy-handed police/security though in each Irish pub, preventing the Celtic fans from singing anything, and generally enjoying themselves.
According to my Dad, they later found out that it was the pubs themselves that arranged this security/police presence, which obviously * a load of people off and sullied the views of a lot of people about Irish bars in Liverpool.
That, and my old fella was in the ‘Irish bar’ McCooleys(?) recently with his missus in Concert Square and bumped into a load of fans of the Occupied 6, who claim that’s where they watch all their games...
Nah mate they are rebuilt last year Celtic corner is a part of Smokie Moes and next door is the Irish house by the same owners they r *(wonuldnt * on the doorstep), Liffey bar just over the road is a good Rep bar the Orangemen on the parades usually brick it !! and of course you have Molly Malone's which is the local Celtic supporters bar 5 mins away behind the Met Qtr
McCooleys is ok as you say there is a lot of Irish bars in the city centre but they are not real, only Liffey and Molly Malones and Flanagans worth a visit and the Irish Centre is 10 min away from town but has all band eg Charlie and the Bhoys-Wolfetones etc Irish dancing and Language classes etc
Got refused into Biddy Mulligan’s in Edinburgh whilst wearing a Celtic top. On St. Patrick’s Day.