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Vancouver is a highly multicultural city. About 40% of the populace are foreigners, and many of them begin from Ireland and the United Kingdom. Luckily, they can, in any case, feel comfortable as there are numerous Irish bars around there—here are probably awesome.

9. Dublin Crossing

With two areas in the Greater Vancouver Area—on SW Marine Drive, opened in February 2016. In Surrey—Dublin, Crossing is a great Irish bar choice for individuals not having any desire to drive or travel into the city. Their food menu incorporates an Irish bar charge, shared plates, and an assortment of burgers and sandwiches. Behind the red entryway is a rich eating experience, suggestive of actual bars in Ireland.
Location: 466 Southwest Marine Drive, Marpole, Vancouver, British Columbia, V5X 0C4, Canada

8. The Irish Heather

The Irish Heather is a gastropub situated in noteworthy Gastown. The proprietors consider their business a "guide of genuineness: an Irish House that is possessed by Irish individuals who work there." There's a ton of flexible bar seating inside, which makes this an ideal spot for after-work drinks. Visitors will likewise discover shared plates, bar tidbits, and bar grub on the menu.
Location: 210 Carrall Street, Central Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B 2J2, Canada

7. Doolin's Irish Pub

Situated on Granville Street, Doolin's Irish Pub is known for being the bubbling energy source everyone crowds around. The bar routinely communicates vast games and is about the music. There's a DJ on Friday and Saturday evenings and nearby acoustic artists during the week. Kick back at Doolin's and appreciate one of more than 23 speciality, homegrown, and international brews on tap.
Location: 654 Nelson Street, Vancouver, V6B 6K4, Canada

6. Wolf and Hound

Wolf and Hound are named after the late Danny Burns, who emigrated from Ireland to Vancouver during the 1970s; he was an individual from the Belfast band known as The Wolfhound—consequently, Wolf and Hound. His memory is kept alive through the unrecorded music evenings consistently. There are nearby and worldwide lagers on tap and tasty bar admission on the menu concerning beverages and food.
Location: 3617 West Broadway, Kitsilano, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6R 2B8, Canada

5. Dubh Linn Gate

"May the sound of cheerful music, and the lilt of Irish giggling, make you indescribably pleased with joy." This depiction is how Dubh Linn Gate trusts you feel after visiting their Irish bars, in either South False Creek in Vancouver or Whistler. Their specials and occasions incorporate party time bargains, end of the week early lunch until 3 pm, week after week unrecorded music, tabletop game night on Tuesdays, and Wednesday random data evenings.
Location:1601 Main Street, East Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6A 2V4, Canada

4. Blarney Stone

Blandishment Stone is the solitary unique Irish bar remaining in Gastown, and with its foundation in 1972, it's additionally the longest-running. Vancity Buzz said it has the best St. Patrick's Day party on the West Coast, yet you can be guaranteed a fun time every day of the year as well. Each Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night, the Blarney Stone's home groups play a mix of Irish works of art, party hits, and Top 40 tunes.
Location: 216 Carrall Street, Central Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B 2J1, Canada

3. Mahony and Sons

Mahony and Sons is a tasteful, family-possessed Irish bar and eatery with three areas across Vancouver: Stamps Landing at False Creek, Burrard Landing at the Convention Center, and the University of British Columbia grounds. A week after week specials incorporates Irish Sundays, Wine Wednesdays, Crafternoons, and Buck-a-Shuck Oysters. Their menu highlights genuine Irish top picks, all made with the freshest fixings conceivable.
Location: 601 Stamps Landing, Fairview, Vancouver, British Columbia, V5Z 3Z1, Canada

2. Carlos O'Bryan's Neighborhood Pub

With a few areas in Vancouver and across British Columbia's inside, Carlos O'Bryan's Neighborhood Pub is a top pick. Food features on their menu incorporate pachos, cross-section style prepared fries finished off with cheddar and green onions, different chicken dishes like Celtic chicken, and the Guinness hamburger burger.
Location:1774 West 7th Avenue, Fairview, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6J 4Z9, Canada

1. Shebeen Whiskey House

Claimed by a similar Irish people behind The Irish Heather, Shebeen Whiskey House sits nearby and centres around one of Ireland's number one things—bourbon. They serve a similar food as The Irish Heather, including tapas, bar grub, and sharing platters. Yet, their beverages menu incorporates blended beverages, lagers, and an immense rundown of bourbons essentially made in Ireland, Scotland, and the United States.
Location: 210 Carrall Street, Central Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B 2J2, Canada