The latest venture from the people who brought you the pub of the same name in the Rue St-Andre-des-Arts, Corcoran's on ... More
The latest venture from the people who brought you the pub of the same name in the Rue St-Andre-des-Arts, Corcoran's on the Boulevard de Clichy (Pigalle district) has succeeded in creating a fairly authentic atmosphere thanks to an old-fashioned bar, plenty of old Irish ads on the walls, and above all a legitimate personnel and clientele of expatriates. Irish, French, Americans and Brits mingle here at happy hour or during big rugby and soccer matches on the big screen; the place also attracts quite a few tourists from nearby Pigalle and Montmartre .
Popped in just after midnight on New Years day 2012. Absolutely awful. How this place can call itself an Irish Pub I don't understand (let alone a traditional one).
We had a half bottle of Champagne in our backpack which the security took at the door, saying they would give back to us when we left (we wouldn't have gone in otherwise as it was good Champagne!). When we went to collect it he shook his head and refused, making "drinking motions" even though there were other bottles outside the door. My sister went back and stood in front of him and refused to move until one of the other bouncers went to get it.
The admosphere was very nice. The terras was good to sit. Lots of different people. Inside even better. Very nice dansing music.
The experience was LOTS of fun. Personel was very nice. We specially felt at ease because of the OUTSTANDING security. Two ladies from Holland
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