37, Krasniy Prospekt, Novosibirsk, +7 373 222 65 76, oldirish.ru
Open from 12 noon till 2 am. Business lunch, menu in English, summer terrace.
Parking space can be limited, as it is on one of the city's busiest road.
Average bill per person (with beer): 1,500 roubles ($46, €36).
Longest established Irish pub in Novosibirsk. Formerly 'Beer Mug', it was also the first Irish pub opened east of Urals October 18, 1997.
Certainly worth a visit, even for a quick pint of - always fresh - Guinness. It is only a short walk up the Krasniy Prospect from Lenin Square, where the Opera and Ballet is; two rooms, sitting up to 60 people, get crowded on weekends, when popular local bands play live music.
Nice interior with some old maps, collections of old beer mugs, shamrocks here and there. Not the biggest one in the city, but very well done menu, mixing dishes of European and Irish cuisine, with more than 30 cold starters and salads, and good choice of soups, sandwiches and steaks.
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