A plane ticket to Ireland is prohibitively expensive, and the flight attendant won’t let you drink, sing, or knit her dog an Aran sweater. Fast forward to the fun part of visiting Ireland with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pub fare and drinks at Mick’s Irish Pub on Chatham Street. Mick’s Irish Pub is a purveyor of tasty pub grub and serves up 12 different beers on tap. Regular live music keeps guests’ toes tapping and knees slapping, while Mick's crew of friendly staff prepares for the revelry of St. Patrick’s Day and the pomp of the Ides of March on St. Practice Day, held on the 17th of every month. Check out the menus for the full selection of hearty dishes, including Irish potato soup ($4.75), Guinness-battered fish and chips ($9.25 or $12.99), and Mick's corned beef on rye ($8.99).
Kilt & Fiddle
Each Saturday, live musicians play celtic songs on Kilt & Fiddle's stage, while patrons sip dark stouts capped in perfect heads of creamy white. Exposed brick walls, decorative instruments, and Irish-inspired decor surround the performance space and the aptly named Guinness Room. In these ways, Kilt & Fiddle brings a little bit of Ireland to downtown Windsor—with a few breaks from tradition, like when Pop Rock Saturday defies the the celtic ambiance with live rock bands and green-apple martinis.
Regardless of the occasion, diners can always find flavors of the Emerald Isle at the bar. Taps fill pints to the brim with Guinness Stout and Kilkenny Irish Cream Ale, which pair well with one of the kitchen's signature burgers. Swiss cheese, corned beef, sauerkraut, and thousand-island dressing crown the Irish Burger's 8-ounce patty. The Red Pepper Burger, meanwhile, comes with the option for gravy, just like everything in life. Rounding out the menu are fresh sliced corned-beef sandwiches, pierogies, and Belfast Boxty, a classic Irish dish of savory potato pancakes and various toppings.
28 Chatham St. E.
Windsor, Ontario N9A 2W1Get Directions