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Tir Na Nog Irish Pub & Restaurant (Reported Closed)

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218 S Blount St Raleigh NC 27601
Phone
(919) 833-7795
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(919) 832-2460

Business Hours

Status: Open

Sunday
10:30am-11:59pm
Monday
11:00am-2:00am
Tuesday
11:00am-2:00am
Wednesday
11:00am-2:00am
Thursday
11:00am-2:00am
Friday
11:00am-2:00am
Saturday
11:00am-2:00am

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This "land of eternal youth" pulls a good pint and serves up tasty traditional fare.

The Gaelic translation of Tir na nOg means "land of eternal youth." For anyone who's eaten here, that land also includes great food and a long list of beers. Step through the stone archway into an open warehouse style dining area where simple wooden tables and chairs line the tile floors and brick lines the walls. The Irish Stew shares the menu with tender pecan encrusted pork loin and Boxty, a...

We've been pulling pints & entertaining folks since 1997 when we opened as the first Irish pub and restaurant in downtown Raleigh, NC.

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Overall review sentiment

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Editorial reviews from the web (3)

A taste of Dublin can be found among all the international flavors of Glenwood South's restaurant district. At Tir na nOg, a cozy fireplace warms one corner, a thatched-roof cottage creates a setting in another, and Gaelic street signs…

Tir na nOg Restaurant Review

A cozy fireplace warms one corner, a thatched-roof cottage creates a setting in another, and Gaelic street signs point the way to distant Irish towns: Tir na nOg’s interior forms a collage of caricatures of Irish culture. If you choose carefully, the food is a satisfying reflection of British Isles pub fare. Start with thick “boxty” potato fries covered with curry sauce or a Scotch egg. Hearty...

This ""land of eternal youth"" pulls a good pint and serves up tasty traditional fare.

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Step into the cavernous main room and you'll understand why this is one of the most festive nightspots in Raleigh. Large and usually full of people enjoying drinks and live...

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I will miss the Tir na Nog so much!! It has been such a big part of milestones in my life. We had our wedding rehearsal there and many family gatherings and birthday celebrations. Tir na Nog is...

Average Rating
20

Good riddance. The place has been on a slide for years. The brunch got gutted earlier this year. They consistently lost reservations when we made them. Tonight, two obese men were told we couldn't...

Average Rating
80

One final hurrah before Tir Na Nog closes their doors which will be in a few days, sad face. $3 Highland bottles, I will take a Highland Gaelic please. For the meals I went with the 5oz Porter...

Average Rating
100

We had a great time here! We first attempted to go to an establishment down the street, but the service was awful so we left. We stumbled upon this place. We were just trying to find a place to...

Average Rating
100

Noooooooooooo... Tir Na nOg is closing 11/22/2015. This makes me so sad :(

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Private Parties, Lunch, Extensive Beer & Whiskey Menu, Dinner

We've been pulling pints & entertaining folks since 1997 when we opened as the first Irish pub in downtown Raleigh. The heartbeat of any Irish Home centers around the kitchen. Our executive chef Aaron Vaughen has worked very hard to reinvent and reinterpret Irish food. Coming from strong fine dining restaurant backgrounds, Aaron has taken traditional Irish dishes and infused his own influence....

Tir na n g is an Irish pub and restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. It offers a selection of entr es, salads, desserts, breads, soups, hot vegetables and beverages. The restaurant operates a bar that features a variety of Irish, Canadian, bourbon and scotch whiskies. Tir na n g also provides gift cards for several occasions, including birthdays, anniversaries and night parties....

At Tír na nÓg we believe in keeping the traditions of Ireland alive in all we do, from the music, to the menu, to the very saving of the earth we love. Ireland, for all she offers, is most noted for her 40 shades of green and here at Tir na nOg we strive to embody the green philosophy. We take pride in the fact that we compost food waste, shop at local food markets, and use energy and water...

Tir Na Nog Irish Pub & Restaurant is a Scotch-Irish bar and restaurant serving traditional Northern European cuisine and libations, along with live music. Its menu offers Guinness wings, Westmeath salad with Irish bacon, burgers, and traditional Irish entrees.

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When To Go: The bar stays open daily until 2am from Monday through Saturday and around 1am on Sunday.

What To Drink: Tir Na Nog offers a large selection of beers on tap including Irish standards Guinness, Bass, Harp and Murphy's Irish Stout.

Where To Sit: Grab a seat at the bar if you can find one, or join your friends at one of the well-worn wooden tables for a night of Irish-style revelry.

The Extras: Down a brew and surf the Internet with the bar's Wi-Fi service.

Where To Sit

Grab a seat at the bar if you can find one, or join your friends at one of the well-worn wooden tables for a night of Irish-style revelry.

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