Charlie St. George, Established in 1883, is one of the oldest and most famous pubs in Limerick.
Located on Parnell Street, near many other Limerick landmarks, such as Tait’s Clock in Baker Place, the Limerick City Gallery of Art, the People’s Park and Colbert Rail and Bus Terminus means that Charlie St George’s Pub is a popular haunt for thirsty tourists and friendly locals alike.
Originally owned by Charlie St. George (RIP), a former rugby great, who won a Bateman Cup in 1928 with Young Munster, resulted in the public house having long traditions with sport, especially rugby. Photographs and memorabilia celebrating Young Munster victories over the last 4 decades hang on the walls within the pub.
Charlie St George’s most famous customer, now deceased, was Richard Harris (RIP). He affectionately referred to “Charlies” as his “second home” and “favourite pub” and was a frequent visitor to the establishment when home in his native city. Several walls within the pub are dedicated to Richard Harris, celebrating his sporting, acting and musical achievements. Many other famous characters that have enjoyed an evening in “Charlies” included Russell Crowe and the famous Irish boxer, Kevin McBride.
Charlie St. George’s location and sporting heritage makes it the perfect location to enjoy a drink, watch live sport and soak up the traditional Irish atmospheric culture. You can watch live streamed sporting events such as racing, football, rugby and GAA. Fresh sandwiches and lunches are served daily.
Make use of the traditional Irish snug, enjoy a quiet drink alone, meet friends, chat to locals, explore memorabilia and immerse oneself in the establishments’ rich history.
Enjoy the beer garden and court yard that is equipped with comfortable seating if you’re looking for a breath of fresh air.
We also cater for parties and group bookings with the option of finger food available for groups.