Post: 01 January 2011 in Irish Rover
The Irish Rover - Hamburg's most traditional Irish pub


Having procured the technology to transport this little piece of Ireland, we wondered if, once relocated, we could recreate an atmosphere which reflects the attitudes, landscape and uniqueness of home. We wondered if it was possible for people to feel Ireland just by walking through the door. We would need Irish beer, food, music that was as good as Ireland could provide...and that certain something...

... just what is it that makes Ireland so attractive to its frequent visitors? Is it the scenery, the homeliness, the sense of history, the music, the culture or the friendliness? ... the unique combination of all of these things perhaps?

The advantage we had was that we were starting from scratch. We could take the best aspects from the finest pubs at home and blend them together in one place. Maybe we could recreate the serenity of a landscape whose features are of stone and wood in a city pub located on Großneumarkt in Hamburg. We could recreate the cosiness of an Irish kitchen or the history of an Irish castle and infuse into it the music of generations-or could we? Could these ideas be blended together and transplanted as a piece of Ireland in which guests could discover a relaxation and comfort only experienced in the heartland of the Celtic Nations? What a daunting task. Guess what? We did it!

Irish Rover - Hamburg

If you have not yet visited us, come and sit by the open fire, sip a whiskey, enjoy some real Irish food while listening to Irish music. Gather your own impressions of our pub and then, if you disagree with our assessment, let us know. We are always open to suggestions and in any event you'll be made very welcome... in fact, you'll receive a hundred thousand welcomes...



 

Welcome to the Irish Rover,Hamburg

Post: 01 January 2011 in Irish Rover
The Irish Government wishes to announce that it has officially cancelled the search for the 121 m² of Ireland which mysteriously disappeared. It has been found and we are glad to report it is being very well looked after in Großneumarkt, Hamburg, Germany.

The disappearance occurred over 15 years ago but both the Irish Taoiseach and Tánaiste agree that this authentic part of Ireland is in better shape than ever before.
 

In fact those wishing to visit Ireland are now advised to go there, known as

Irish Rover - Hamburg

to get a taste of the atmosphere which they can expect in the Emerald Isle.  Before going to Ireland, check out our website or better still, come and visit us. We are always happy to give advice on planning your trip or simply to give you a taste of what to expect on your travels.

We will be updating our website regularly with tips, photos and recommended places to visit, so it is always worth a look if you are seeking inspiration.
Post: 12 November 2013 in Slideshow

"Beer, Music, Food and Good Times" This has been the motto of Irish Pubs around the globe for many a year and it will continue to be, because this is exactly what people have come to expect from their Irish Pub, whether in Ireland or abroad. Some fifteen years ago, a conscious decision was made to ensure that all four prerequisites of this motto were met in the Irish Rover in Hamburg...  Read More

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