Celtic Pub is like my second home. Most of my time on a night out or for regular coffee is spent here. It’s in the small passage on the right side of Ferhadija street if you’re coming from the Eternal Flame.
It’s a cosy place with a warm coloured interior dedicated to Scottish football club. In spite of that this is more of an Irish place. An interesting thing to see is that waiters wear kilts all year long, no matter the season and when they approach you carrying a beer you really get the feel of an authentic Irish pub.
Some nights you can dance with your friends, listening to live local rock bands, other nights you’ll be able to enjoy foreign and ex-Yugoslavian music playlists. I find background music a very important detail if you’re looking for a place to go out in Sarajevo because you won’t find many places that offer something like this. So you can say this is a perfect spot for all classic rock, hard core and blues lovers.
If you’re a football fan you’ll be able to watch all bigger football events. Not so long ago they expanded the pub and now it has a first floor with two balconies- perfect to escape to on a hot summer days while enjoying your cold drink.
St. Patrick’s Day in Celtic Pub is a ”must” because they always throw a good party. Although, if you ask me, it’s a ”must” on every other day too.