Counterfeit Irish pubs can be detected by their five-leaf clovers, poorly concealed sake taps, and suspicious number of Blarney Stones. Avoid bars that are merely Irish-ish with this Groupon.
- $8.50 for $15 worth of pub fare and drinks for lunch
- Valid Sunday–Friday from noon to 4 p.m.
The Irish Times
The taps flow with Guinness, Smithwick’s, and Harp. High-definition televisions play overseas soccer matches in surround sound. Walls of flagstone and exposed brick flank the tiered dining space of the cozy corner pub. The Irish Times truly does embody the vivacious Gaelic spirit—a spirit that thrives until 2 a.m. seven nights a week. CBS Philly praised this dedication to authenticity and placed The Irish Times on its 2012 list of Top Philadelphia Irish Pubs for St. Patrick’s Day.
In between pints, the menu tempts diners with a selection of traditional Irish staples and assorted international comfort foods. The slow-simmered stew features hunks of lamb, carrots, and celery in a Guinness, merlot, and lamb gravy, and the traditional Irish breakfast—complete with black and white puddings, rashers, and Irish sausage—is served all day long. Dishes from farther abroad include a trio of hummus, pico de gallo, and baba ghanoush and wraps filled with teriyaki-glazed chicken tenders, pineapple, and individually polished sesame seeds.
82% of 33 customers recommend
“food is very fresh and flavorful and if you like spirits this is the place. It is a great find to spend an evening of fun. We went for lunch but will be back for...”
“food is very fresh and flavorful and if you like spirits this is the place. It is a great find to spend an evening of fun. We went for lunch but will be back for dinner and music.”
“Love, love, love it there. Good food. Cozy environment. Friendly staff. ”
“Try the Irish breakfast. ”
Queen Village - Pennsport
629 South 2nd Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147Get Directions