Party Earth Review Although this traditional Irish pub with its classic ivied green-and-gold exterior is absolutely enormous, it still manages to maintain the charm of a neighborhood pub. Brimming with Guinness paraphernalia and other typical... ... read full review
28 Rue Saint-André des Arts
01 40 46 97 46
M–Th, Su 10am–2am, F–Sa 10am–5am
Latin Quarter - 5eme, Paris –
Although this traditional Irish pub with its classic ivied green-and-gold exterior is absolutely enormous, it still manages to maintain the charm of a neighborhood pub.
Brimming with Guinness paraphernalia and other typical décor, Corcoran’s features numerous large-screen TVs showing a variety of sporting events, and a long bar that runs almost the entire length of the pub itself.
Booths in the back room create a warm, intimate setting more conducive to conversation, but patrons who want to dive into the heart of Corcoran’s should take a trip down to the spacious bar in the cellar where they can enjoy fine whiskey surrounded by reserves of alcohol.
Hearty bar food, late-night hours, live music, and a talkative English-speaking crowd makes Corcoran’s an ideal spot to spend a congenial evening.
Lots of English-speaking folks, mid-20s to 40s, with a preppy bent. Sociable and welcoming.
Sports on TV. Live music three times a week: acoustic rock Wednesdays at 9:30pm; rock and blues Fridays at 9:30pm; and traditional Irish music Sundays at 7:30pm.
Irish bar menu includes appetizers, Irish stew, hamburgers, and fish and chips. Irish breakfast served on weekends. Happy Hour M–F 5–8pm. Corcoran’s has three other locations: Bastille, Grands Boulevards, and Clichy.
Appetizers €4–€8, bar menu €9–€11, breakfast €12. Beer €3–€6, cocktails €7.50.
Wednesdays, Fridays, or Sundays for live music, any weekday for Happy Hour, or on the weekends around 11:30pm.