Good tunes (a mix of traditional Irish and Top 40 pop), decent beer (Guinness, Keith’s, Stella) and quality Irish fare (stew, meat pies, fish and chips) make Murphy’s the pub of choice in the area. The sprawling space covers three storeys; the rooftop patio is open mid-April to early October. The massive bar proffers a small but good selection of Irish whiskeys (Jameson, Bushmills) and single malt scotches (Lagavulin, Oban, The Macallan). Sports fans appreciate the five TVs; patrons appreciate the wait staff, who skilfully carry their weight in beer. Live bands entertain with Celtic music or Top 40 covers on Saturday nights. Children are welcome until 9 p.m.
Murphy's Law Irish Pub
Neighbourhood: The Beach
Kind of Place: Pub
Kitchen open late: Yes
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