Peadar O'Donnells, Londonderry (Derry)
An award-winning traditional Irish pub located on one of Derry's main drinking streets, Peadar O'Donnell's does its job well. Good conversation, friendly staff and drinkers, decent Guinness, a few other beers, Bushmills whiskey and a few single malt Scotch Whiskies to boot. The decor is one part village grocery shop (replica hams hanging from the ceiling), one part campaign office for The Most Oppressed Peoples Ever: alongside the predictable Palestinian keffiyah and Basque flag, there are 'free Puerto Rica' and pro-Catalan stickers too. And, apparently incongruously, something that looks very much like an Orange sash that someone's father wore... hmmm. reconciliation in action, perhaps, especially given whom the pub is named after. There's live music many evenings, and all in all it's a relaxed kind of place, more or less.
63 Waterloo Street, Londonderry (Derry), Londonderry (Derry), Co. Londonderry, BT48 6HD
028 7137 2318
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How to find the Peadar O'Donnells pub
The pub is situated on Waterloo Street, just outside Derry City walls.