The Tara Irish Pub / Amsterdam

Rokin 85HS Amsterdam 1012 KL
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 10:00 - 01:00
Fri, Sat 10:00 - 03:00

Originally an English pub called O' Henry's, The Tara has now become a well-known hot-spot in Amsterdam, featuring a Lounge-Bar-Restaurant concept. Come and experience the different atmospheres the owners have created though out the maze of five various rooms that are playfully connected to each other. These rooms are perfect for larger groups and parties. Whether you come for a drink, a delicious dinner or a custom made buffet, the Tara provides the kind of ambiance you are looking for. Located in 3 monumental properties once inhabited by the "Cellebroeders" monks, The Tara was also home to the German artist Max Beckmann, famous for his masterpieces which he painted in Amsterdam. This room is now available for private dining and meetings. For more information and reservations, please contact us:

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Tips from the Net @ The Tara Irish Pub
Mario Antonio Della Giacomo en
Nice place in the city center, between the canals. If you are looking for something more like a pub, this might not be your thing, but to catch up with friends and have a good beer or a quick bite, it is ok. If you're interested, they also have some bar games, pool table and so on. GooglePlace - January 2018
Dominic Cronin en
Big pub. Pretty central in Amsterdam. Irish enough that you can get a pint of stout, but that's about it. Good place to meet up with a group. GooglePlace - December 2017
David Martin en
Nice place, especially to watch games with kidos. Nice people, nice owner. Go for it ;) (ADE/ 2017) GooglePlace - December 2017
Charles Entress en
Server was rude and refused to refill my water because I wasn't buying other drinks. I spent 95 Euro on 3 meals, and she gave a hard time about refilling water, which was all I desired. I wouldn't go back, I wouldn't recommend it. Mediocre food, rude service, and expensive. GooglePlace - December 2017
Titus Ahciarliu en
Old church turned into a pub. Interesting concept especially considering they kept many original things like the seats and preeching booths or whatever they're called. It seems to be more popular among locals than foreigners so it will probably not be as crowded as the more touristic places. GooglePlace - December 2017