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The Irish Times, in the heart of the city, is potentially Melbourne's smallest Irish Pub. With its wooden floorboards, and warm, welcoming feel, it's always a pleasure to visit. There's a wide variety of accents from around the world, and the feeling that this is a more 'in the know' Irish pub. Upstairs is a second bar, and the area where the band plays. Decor features rugby tops in glass cases and beautiful stained-glass windows. The Irish Times is nicely located close to the trendy bars and clubs of Bank Place.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Amazing food and ambience. I had jalepenos burger.. it was flavorful n nice n moist, my mates had stew n stake and pie and they were all impressed by the food. The waiters were attentive and we could pay individually even though we were a part of the group
A well poured Guinness is hard to beat (at least or me). I would describe the Guinness as well prepared without the skanky CUB taste left when taps are not adequately cleaned on a daily basis. I enjoyed my meal, Guinness pie,(you need an extra side of toast). A casual atmosphere and, the staff are friendly. The most significant negative is the location of toilets; the steps are impossible to navigate for those of us who aren't as able as others.
Melbourne Tourism welcomes Irish Times in Melbourne City VIC 3000, we provide a friendly relaxing restaurant and bar. Irish Times is a great place to unwind with a cold drink, an ideal place to watch and forget about the hustle and bustle while you enjoy a freshly brewed coffee or a snack from our affordable specials menu.
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