Today: Open til 2am
Monday – Friday, 11:00 AM – 2:00 AM
Saturday & Sunday, 9:00 AM – 2:00 AM
Fax – 612.252.0882
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
16 University Ave NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Our schedule is available here.
Keegan's Irish Pub, located in the heart of the St. Anthony East neighborhood, offers a unique atmosphere not available anywhere else in Minneapolis! Read more about our pub's history here.
Free parking at West Photo after 7:00PM & all day Sunday.
Every Sunday afternoon and evening musicians from around the state (as well as the country and world) come to the pub to play Irish music by ear. Come down and listen to music starting at 4pm.
Want to learn how to play an Irish instrument? Interested in taking up Irish Dance? The Center for Irish Music has classes teaching both! Click here for more information.
Every Tuesday and Thursday we host pub trivia. Schell's™ sponsors Staff trivia is on Tuesday evenings at 7:30pm and Sam Adams™ sponsors Thursday night's games at 6:30pm and 8:00pm.
Winners walk away with a twelve-pack of beer, sometimes more! Check our Facebook page for hints on Wednesday and Thursday each week.
Tuesday: $3.00 Grain Belt Nordeast and $2.00 Premium and Schell's.
Thursday: $3.00 Sam Adams and $4.00 Angry Orchard. $5.00 Jameson from 8pm to close!
We will have a Jameson ambassador in the pub on Wednesday night, April 29. Light appetizers will be provided for the palette, cost is $25/person.
Please either call the pub or speak to a staff member about reserving your spot today!
Come down on Friday, April 24, for Bourbon County Stout from our friends over at Goose Island. This bourbon cask-aged beer (13.75%) comes with a limited distribution and we will only have one keg, so come early while there's still something to drink! We will tap the keg at 5 p.m.
Come down to the pub for the 141st running of the famed Kentucky Derby. We will have the official drink of the Derby, the mint julep, for $5 starting at 4:30 p.m.
Come down and watch the race on our TVs and dress for the occasion!
The glen is finally open for the summer. Winter and spring are bad enough as it is, why not come down and have a drink, food and share some craic on the glen?