This is why Punch Tarmey’s Irish Bar is the place to be this Spring
Where better to celebrate the best of the emerald isle than at Liverpool’s biggest Irish Bar?
It’s long been said that Liverpool is the unofficial capital of Ireland, so where best to celebrate St Patrick’s Day 2019 than at the city’s largest, traditional Irish bar, Punch Tarmey’s? Showing all the weekend’s live sporting action, Fiddlers and live music and your chance to win free drinks, why go anywhere else?
It’s a well known fact that the atmosphere in Irish bars is guaranteed to be buzzing and Punch Tarmey’s, at the Cain’s Brewery complex is no exception. Based on the boxing legend Michael ‘Punch’ Tarmey, this 1000 capacity bar proudly displays his picture and hints to his winning spirit through its décor, menus and atmosphere.
Shortlisted in the Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards 2019, Punch Tarmey’s is perfect venue to watch sport, tuck into some tasty pub grub and party the night away.
Here’s why a visit to Punch Tarmey’s should be on your must-do list….
Punch Tarmey’s is stocked with an impressive range of drinks including a wide artisan list of beers and wines. As expected, the spirits list include rare Irish whiskeys and gin, plus craft and cask beers and classic cocktails. Keep you eyes peeled for Punch Tarmey’s own cask ale brewed next door at Cain’s!
When it comes to getting the party started, you’ve gotta have live music. Punch Tarmey’s offers up a dedicated live performance space for local bands to show what they can do and there’s always someone on the dance floor. Check out the official Facebook page here for who’s playing this Spring.
Students are quid’s in every Thursday at Punch Tarmey’s. There’s discounted drinks, free shots and a pub quiz with a £50 bar tab up for grabs too. Grab your NUS card and get involved.
You can watch all major sporting events on the multiple tv screens at Punch Tarmey’s. From Premier League action to Six Nations, Champions League, Grand National, boxing, Formula One, Golf…you name it. Grab your mates, a table, a round of drinks and watch the magic happen on screen.
Pub Grub Done Right
Whether you fancy a full Irish brekkie, steak and Guinness pie, picky bits suck as baked camembert and chipolatas or the ultimate chippy tea or Sunday Roast, Punch Tarmey’s can cure your hunger pains. and with vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options, there’s a dish for everyone to enjoy at Punch Tarmey’s Liverpool. Ps – the dessert menu is reason enough to visit, Irish Mess anyone?