This long-standing establishment has entertained a variety of customers with its large rooms which can host different kinds of events. It's one of the few Irish pubs in town and although the staff and customers are definitely not of Celtic origins, it does have the right furniture and the Irish paraphernalia which you would expect to find in this sort of pub. It has a good selection of beers and it's proud of its menus which propose a wide selection of meat and fish, both at lunch time and for dinner. At weekends it gets pretty hectic and even if the service can get messy and slow, it remains one of the most popular bars in town. A good place to watch live Serie A and Champions League football matches.