Fiddler’s Green Irish Pub and Eatery has been a staple on West Fairbanks Avenue in Winter Park since 1996. This delicious eatery and pub was even featured on the Food Network “The Best Of” series. With an impressive happy hour (4 – 7 p.m. Monday-Friday with dollar off pints) and a wide selection of domestic, imported and Irish favorites in both bottles and on tap, Fiddler’s is a favorite with the local college students. The menu offers authentic Irish grub, such as corned beef and cabbage, Irish stew and Shepherds Pie, but also offers the typical burgers, salads and sandwiches.
544 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park, FL 32789
This place is so spectacular that even President Obama stopped by during his visit to Central Florida in 2011. Built and designed by a Dublin carpenter, The Harp and Celt shines with an authentic 1900s turn-of-the-century look and feel. Free Wi-Fi, live soccer and rugby coverage on the tube only makes the beer at this place taste better. The Harp restaurant (located upstairs) serves up gourmet food with professional service at reasonable prices while The Celt (on the first floor) is a pub proud of its pours. There is a wide selection of bottled beers, imported and domestic wines and spirits, plus homemade Irish cuisine.
Located in the adorable neighborhood of College Park, Scruffy Murphy’s is good ole Irish pub serves up a menu of Irish favorites, such as Scotch Egg with Bushmills, apple mint chutney, bangers and mash and traditional potato pancakes boxty. But not to worry if you don’t have adventurous taste buds, they also serve the pub standards like hamburgers, fries and onion rings. Couple the grub with a signature cocktail like a Sour Apple-tini, Pomegrante Martini or Ferocious Kitty or opt for a delicious beer. Live music, Irish Breakfast and trivia games are detailed on the website schedule of events.
2625 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, Fl 32804