Oscar Wilde Irish Pub

Irish Pub / Sports Bar
Oscar Wilde Irish Pub A traditional Irish pub – and the first to open in Mitte – Oscar Wilde Irish Pub has become quite popular with an English-speaking clientele in search of pints of Newcastle, Guinness, and other English and Irish beers that... Berlin Germany 52.52568 13.38777
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Party Earth Review A traditional Irish pub – and the first to open in Mitte – Oscar Wilde Irish Pub has become quite popular with an English-speaking clientele in search of pints of Newcastle, Guinness, and other English and Irish beers... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    M–Th 4pm–2am, F–Sa noon–3am, Su noon–midnight

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Oscar Wilde Irish Pub Review

The Scene

A traditional Irish pub – and the first to open in Mitte – Oscar Wilde Irish Pub has become quite popular with an English-speaking clientele in search of pints of Newcastle, Guinness, and other English and Irish beers that...

A traditional Irish pub – and the first to open in Mitte – Oscar Wilde Irish Pub has become quite popular with an English-speaking clientele in search of pints of Newcastle, Guinness, and other English and Irish beers that can be hard to find in Berlin, not to mention the full menu of hearty Irish dishes like shepherd’s pie and bangers and mash.

Those in the mood for a low-key evening can sink into the deep leather couches in the more refined front room, which is also equipped with a dark oak bar, dart boards, and scattered tables that frequently play host to chill local gatherings.

More gregarious types, however, can congregate in the smoky back room. A little rougher around the edges, it features a poster-covered ceiling and long wooden tables where patrons yell out quiz answers on Thursdays, belt out power ballads or sing along to musicians on rotating karaoke and live music nights on Fridays, or get their dance on during DJ-driven Saturdays.

And, of course, if the game is on – be it football, rugby, or Gaelic matches – guests can be assured to find it on the large projection screen.

Whichever scene patrons choose, Oscar Wilde Irish Pub is a not-so-wee bit of Ireland in the heart of Berlin.

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Tip from Lucas:

With its big-screen TV and great pub atmosphere, Oscar Wilde is one of the best places in town to catch English Premier League matches, rugby matches, or Formula 1 races. Come here to root for your team along with other English-speaking sports fans.

  • Crowd

    Outgoing and inviting locals, expats, and travelers. Many English speakers, 20s and up.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Karaoke on the second and fourth Fridays of the month, cover bands most Saturdays. Darts and foosball. Sports on a big-screen TV in the back.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Pub food. Kitchen closes at 11pm Mondays through Thursdays, midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, and 10pm on Sundays.

  • Prices

    Lunch menu €3–€5.50, dinner menu €6–€10.50. Beer and cider €2.50–€4.70, wine €3.60+, cocktails €5.10–€6.70, shots €2.50–€4. Additional charge of €0.30/drink in the back room on nights with live music.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Weekends starting at 10pm.

Oscar Wilde Irish Pub User Reviews

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The Oscar Wilde--A slice of Dublin in the German capital
Kirsten H. Apr 28, 2013
One of the few places in the city where you can find a properly poured pint of Guinness, the cozy Oscar Wilde pub is a favourite among English-speaking ex-pats. Housed in a decrepit building from the 1900’s, the pub seems locked in time as the bustling, commercialized area around Oranienburger Tor has developed around it. Although situated along the tourist route, the bar has resisted kitsch-tendencies and retains an authentic “Irish Pub” vibe with the Irish declaration of independence and vintage Guinness posters displayed prominently on the wooden walls. As well as two large bars, there’s an open air inner courtyard, and the obligatory TVs for footie on Sundays. Live gigs are often played on Fridays and Saturdays.
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