Also known as the Irish Pub, St. Patrick’s is the first authentic Irish Pub in Skopje and in Macedonia, opened since 2000. In over a decade of existence, the pub has righteously deserved all the good things said about it and went beyond people’s expectations.
It is probably exactly like what you’d expect it to be, filled with loud expats, Victorian-style wooden paneling, bar stools, booth seating and beer signs. They have the best pints of Kilkenny and Guinness in town, and many of the best beer from around the World such as Amstel, Heineken, Corona, Elephant, Calzberg, Efes etc. The bar also boasts an extensive whiskey list, wine and liquors.
Besides the usual range of reasonably priced bar food, the menu is quite extensive. Starters, appetizers, salads, sandwiches, soups, pasta, antipasti, seafood, fish, international and Macedonian main dishes fill the list. Recommendation for the gourmands-beef braised in Guinness beer. The homesick can be reminded of what they ran away from with the full Irish breakfast.
The pub is a popular gathering place for watching sport matches. Big screen TVs allow you to watch any sport event and truly enjoy it. Even if you don’t particularly enjoy football, being able to watch a game of the world’s most popular sport is an asset for any traveller who wants to start conversation and make friends abroad. For the rest, bands play rock music during weekends. But really, you don’t need an excuse to go here.