Where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Rome

Looking for an Irish pub? Read our guide to amusement and enjoy St. Patrick’s Day! 

Fiddler’s Elbow

The first Irish Pub opened in Rome, Monti district, in 1976. Live music (Irish, Jazz, Rock, but songwriters are also welcome) and beers like Guinness, Kilkenny, Harp. Not only: Scotch, Irish Whisky and a typical winter speciality: the hot whiskey, made with Grog, hot water, a slice of lemon, sugar and cloves! Bilingual staff. 
Via dell'Olmata 43, Roma 00184 


Druid’s Den

Another historical Irish pub opened in 1982 in Rome Monti, not far from the Fiddler’s Elbow. It’s a small but peculiar pub offering excellent Guinness (but also Becks, Kilkenny, Harp, Fosters, Heineken, Tetleys, Carlsberg and much more) live sports and Irish Live Music on every Monday. Via di S. Martino Ai Monti 28, Roma 00184 



A few steps from the Colosseum, Shamrock is a little quiet Irish corner opened in the 90s where to chat drinking beer or playing darts: the pub organizes competitions and tournaments! 9 types of beer available, from Irish to Belgian, Czech and German, but also cocktails, whisky, rhum and wine. Live music on Thursday.  
Via Capo D'Africa 26, Roma 00184 


Trinity College

Located in a Liberty-style building, Trinity is a triumph of Art Noveau and wooden furnishing reproducing the details of the Trinity College of Dublin. Located few steps from Piazza Venezia and Via del Corso, it has two floors - the bar on the first, a restaurant on the second - suffused lightning and DJ. 
Via del Collegio Romano, Rome 00186