|Season (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|
|Monday - Thursday||Closed|
|Friday - Sunday||14:00||- 21:30|
The Brian Boru Irish Pub is the only true Irish pub in all of Norway. Opened in January 2019 by two Irish living in Noway and a Irish/Norwegian. Come by for som authentic Irish Craic.
In the heart of Bergen, close to the famous Fish Market and Bryggen you will find our small part of Ireland. If you are looking for some music or fancy watching some live sports you are always welcome here.
Here at the Brian Boru we focus on the authentic Irish charm. If you come for the sports, music or drinks you will defintely stay for the company. As we say; there are no strangers here, just friends you have not met yet.
On our menu you will find local and Irish beers and ciders on bottle and on tap, and a selection of wines. Ask our bar staff about our selection of Irish whiskey and maybe you will find a new favorite.
We offer varied entertainment from live sports on big screen, to stand up comedy, traditional Irish jam sessions and live music every weekend.
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