The Irish Rover / København K

Vimmelskaftet 46 på Strøget København K 1161
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 09:00 - 02:00
Fri, Sat 09:00 - 05:00

The Irish Rover was established in May 2004 and is situated on Strøget (The Walking Street) in the heart of wonderful Copenhagen. The cosy and welcoming charm of this Irish pub is something which makes a visit to The Irish Rover one to remember. The pub stocks a wide range of local and international beers and spirits and also boasts a food menu which serves a host of typical Irish cuisine and dishes from around the world. We also Have live Bands playing Irish and cover music every week from 10pm to late. We can cater for parties of up to 100 people in our upstairs lounge, where you can dine and dance the night away till the early hours of the morning. (Also Available For Private Bookings) Outside you can relax in our 50 seater outdoor bar and watch the daily Scandinavian life pass by along the walking street. We also show all live sports (football, rugby, handball, horse racing etc..) on 7 plasma screens and the upstairs big screen We hope you will come and join us for a real taste of Ireland in the heart of this wonderful Scandinavian city. Should you have any questions, please feel free to use our contact form below and we get back to you as soon as possibl

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Tips from the Net @ The Irish Rover
Andrew Morrish en
Good pints or Irish ales and classic pie snacks. Friendly host. This place feels like a real Irish bar GooglePlace - January 2018
Vesna K en
Self service place. Not for my taste but not that bad. GooglePlace - December 2017
John E. Krøll en
Always frienly staff to go with great drinks and food GooglePlace - November 2017
Brian Kita en
Traveled the Copenhagen on business in October 2013. Decided to give this place a go, and it's not a bad place to get a pint. Good food and service as well. Only downside was I went there on a weekday night, and the place was rather dead. GooglePlace - July 2017
Matrim Helmsgaard en
Proper Irish hospitality. Pleasant bartenders and a great pint of the black stuff. Gave me charge for the phone when it was badly needed, and even took care of my bag when i had to pop over to the other side of the city. The Burger was real proper with some of that good ol' bacon, and the fries nice and thick. Cant wait to get back, to Copenhagen and The Irish Rover. Perry GooglePlace - July 2017