Waxy O’Connor’s, Glasgow
Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with  their Beef and Guinness Pie, a hearty classic dish topped with colcannon and honey mustard roasted carrots. What sets this place apart is its intricate woodwork and multi-level layout, creating a cosy, maze-like setting that feels like a journey through Irish folklore! 
IG: @waxysglasgow 

Biddy Mulligans, Edinburgh
Perhaps the best-known and largest Irish pub in the city, Biddy’s has a prime spot in the Grassmarket. Every night they have live music and tourists and students flock to the bar, which has direct access to the Grassmarket Hotel. Adjacent to the main bar is the Wee Pub, Scotland’s smallest bar. Their menu features homeland classics, such as Cumberland sausage roll with Jameson whiskey pear chutney, Guinness rarebit, and lamb stew with homemade soda farl.
IG: @biddy_mulligans

Bag O’Nails, Glasgow 
A cosy Scottish-Irish pub tucked away in Partick, it is the ideal spot for those craving hearty food and top-notch service. Their Irish Fish Pie is a must-try, packed with salmon, haddock, king prawn and creamed leek sauce — it’s generous and flavoursome. 
IG: @bagonailsglas

Kitty O’Shea’s, Edinburgh
Promising live music every night of the week, the fun begins at 6pm and goes on right through until 
3am the following morning. You can also enjoy private areas in the venue to explore various themed spaces. Kitty O’Shea’s has two outlets in Glasgow, as well as this one in Edinburgh. 
IG: @kittyosheas_

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