Waxy O’Connor’s

Waxy O’Connor’s


0.5 miles
14-16 Rupert Street, Soho, London, W1D 6DD

Guests receive a warm Irish welcome at Waxy O’Connor’s – London’s biggest Irish bar located in the heart of the West End. Waxy O’Connor’s is a labyrinth of four unique bars spread out over six levels, each with its own atmosphere, so there’s something for everyone to be found here. Named after the famous candlemaker from Dublin, Waxy’s has gained worldwide recognition for its warm hospitality, friendly staff, traditional homemade dishes and extensive range of beer, spirits and coffee – it’s no wonder it was named Irish Pub of the Year in the UK at the Irish Pubs Global Awards.

With live music four nights a week, including traditional Irish sessions every Sunday night from 8.30pm, you couldn’t ask for a more lively environment. There are three large screens showing all major sporting events, including the GAA, rugby and football. You can book a table for drinks and dinner or simply walk in. You can even hire a private area with your very own bar, so if you’ve got a birthday, leaving party or Christmas celebration coming up, get in touch with the team. Waxy’s offers set menus and buffet options as well as bar food.

There’s always something going on at this lively bar and restaurant. Waxy’s hosts celebrations for New Year, Australia Day, National Irish Coffee Day and Halloween. This year, why not celebrate St Patrick’s Day the Waxy’s way?

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