So, strap on your over sized Guinness Top hat and get on board with the Bordeaux Expat’s pub crawl! We’ve listed a few of our favourite pubs, and set out the best laid route for your to follow so that’s it’s as easy as following the Green Brick Road….
83 Quai des Chartrons, 33300 Bordeaux
This is a locals favourite and you’re always assured of a true Paddy’s day experience. The pub will see Gerry Burton from Cork providing some typical Irish music to keep the party going.
27 Rue Rode, 33000 Bordeaux
Set yourself up for a fine selection of beer and whiskeys. Grab a bite to eat and catch a bit of the Six Nations!
5 quai Louis XVIII 33000 Bordeaux, France
Keep the party going and walk off the fish and chips you just ate. Head along to the Dog & Duck and shift into a higher gear with a couple of their cocktails!
9 Rue du Chai des Farines, 33000 Bordeaux
A true Irish pub in the heart of the old town of Bordeaux. The locals and regulars of the Black Velvet know that Paddy’s day here is an important event. Dubbed as ‘Belfast in Bordeaux’, the patron, Barry, is a welcoming chap and his team are always up for a craic.
2 Cours d’Alsace-et-Lorraine, 33000 Bordeaux
Our favourite fish bowl pub, where you can always be assured of great atmosphere! Lance and his team are keen as mustard for Sunday, with Happy Hour (16h-19h) Pints going for €4.50, Cocktails €6!