A Traditional Irish Pub

What's New — By mgasbarrino on January 20, 2012 at 2:47 am

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Got a little bit of Irish in you? Want to step into the perfect bliss of an Irish pub? The spot for you is to hop on over to The Irish Harp Pub in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

This place offers up a whole slew of tradition, and certainly will take you back to feeling as though you are back in the great, green lands of Ireland. The craic of this pub is certainly old-fashioned. As craic in Irish means ‘the spirit’, this pub boasts a whole lot of energetic spirit that is bottled up as you enter their doors.┬áThe Irish Harp way back in 1913 used to be a spirit grocers, which of course most Irish pubs start out as, and now has been developed into a perfectly crafted pub just as the Irish do. Trevor Smyth, owner and operator, has been uprooted from County Derry in Ireland to create a magical place where the leprechauns are waiting for you right around the corner from Niagara Falls.

With a slew of selection, this pub not only boasts the best of the best Irish beers and beyond, but also uniquely has crafted a variety of pub and local foods. Not only do they serve up Guinness, Strongbow and Caffrey’s but also have a very unique selection of Irish whiskey that are awaiting you. The “Hot Whisky” will certainly warm you up on a cold winter day right through to your tingly toes. With something for everything The Irish Harp Pub is the ‘it’ spot in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Grab the guys, throw on some green and white and venture off to this pub, the second you enter here your spirit will certainly be lifted.

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