Below is a list of recommended and well known pubs in County Armagh that you really must visit if you get the chance.
From morning coffee to long lunches, afternoon teas to evening drinks, the hotel’s Callan Bar offers secluded corners, a cosy fire and a relaxing atmosphere – the perfect place to sit back and enjoy your own company or mingle with friends, family or colleagues over a coffee, pint, or a tasty bite from the Deli Bar.
Live music every Friday and Saturday evening and large screens showing sports events.
Named after the famous Irish Legend, Cú Chulainn (pronounced Ku Cull-Ann) this traditional bar offers a welcoming friendly face to Armagh.
Devlin’s bar, also known as The Strawberry Bar, is located at the busy Shambles area of Armagh City. A strong sports theme within the bar means that regulars and visitors alike are always able to keep up with the latest racing results or football scores.
The Hole In The Wall dates back to 1615, is steeped in history and has a warm atmosphere, an open fire and great craic! A gaol in its previous life, you’ll find a wide selection of spirits along with quality beers and fine wines.
The bar is said to be haunted by a friendly ghost called Wilfy.