The Four Bells - Irish Pub

Schleifmühlgasse 2, 1040 Vienna, Austria Get Directions to this spot
Schleifmühlgasse 2
1040 Vienna
Austria
+43 1 5854785

13 reviews for The Four Bells - Irish Pub

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  • Extremecarver E.
    • 46
    • 8
    • 05. Dec 2012

    good burgers and good beer. Much better athmosphere than the POS around the corner.

  • dingdang
    • 9
    • 3
    • 19. Aug 2012

    Gutes Bier, easy-going Personal, die Chilli-Burger ein Traum! a very relaxing place :-)

  • whatelse
    • 27
    • 17
    • 14. Sep 2010

    decent pint. clean. friendly. footie on the tv. would definitely go here again.

  • boernsj
    • 38
    • 3
    • 26. Mar 2009

    nice Irish pub. Lots of different beers, British and Austrian.
    Good place to meet some friends, have some beers and have fun.
    The music in this place is rock, with some evergreens as well as the newest Brit-Pop songs.
    The food was too expensive but it was good though.

  • AJ
    • 36
    • 24
    • Vienna
    • 30. Jan 2009

    been there last week at a birthday party in the disco in the cellar.
    i know the pub for quite a long time, meaning when it was called McAdams and not Four Bells ... for those who remember ;)

    the pub actually is really nice, they play good music there and serve good beer!

    the disco down stairs is the complete opposite. the name's floyds. it's like one of these wanna-be fancy lounge clubs but very small. it was house and r´n´b night, two music styles i like as much as i like being hit in the face :P
    still we had a good time, we were just unlucky with the waiter who was a complete asshole! the bouncer told me that it was his first and last night working here ;)

    4 stars for the pub, 3 for the disco

  • Mister T
    • 9
    • 21. Oct 2008

    My favorite Irish Pub in the 4th district. Music ranges from Tenacious D to Led Zeppelin to Britpop. Their playlist is always a surprise. Lots of TVs if you're into Soccer. Quiz Night on Mondays (bring up to 5 friends to join your team and win free drinks or cold hard cash).
    Downstairs you'll find the "dance club". It's called Floyd's and we booked the whole club for a B-day party once. One of the nicest bartenders in town. They could have used a better DJ though who wouldn't even bother to take requests from the birthday girls.
    The food is above average for a pub, prices are moderate except for those import beers of course. Staff has always been friendly and there are no long waits once you order.

  • Ordovicium
    • 57
    • 1
    • 22. Feb 2008

    Nice Irish pub with an extra party room, and disco in the cellar. Sports corner with video wall.