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Pubs in Marseille

Marseille has plenty of places to party, but what could be better than enjoying a good beer (with or without alcohol) in a pub? With a friendly atmosphere, great music, and the Rugby World Cup 2023 just around the corner, you can bet that Marseille’s pubs will have you on the edge of your seat!

Published on 13 September 2023


A must-visit address in the Old Port, O’Malley’s is a must for beer and rock and roll lovers. The decor was designed by the Irish, and you can feel it! O’Malley’s is all about authenticity, good concerts and good beer. Don’t hesitate to drop in for a pre-match aperitif on the terrace to soak up the atmosphere of the ovalie.

The Black Stone

Just a stone’s throw from the stadium, on boulevard Ganay, le Black Stone welcomes you from 5pm onwards for wild evenings! A great selection of beers, aperitifs or cocktails, as well as tapas, planks or good little dishes to enjoy. The atmosphere is warm and friendly, with a lovely outdoor area, parking, and multiplex broadcasts on the big screen to make the most of the Rugby World Cup 2023.


On the Avenue de Mazargues side, you can discover the O’Brady’s pub from 11am! Marseille’s first Irish pub opened in 1996, it offers food every day (except Saturday and Sunday lunchtimes), and promises a real fan atmosphere with broadcasts on 3 screens including a giant 2m screen! During the Rugby World Cup, it’s the perfect place to come and enjoy an authentic atmosphere from early morning onwards, 7 days a week.

The Rookie's

Marseille’s sports bar! Between the Vieux-Port and Cours Estienne d’Orves, discover Rookie’s, a “sports bar” with a festive atmosphere, 26 retransmission screens and a XXXL screen to live the atmosphere to the full. And if you’re feeling peckish, don’t hesitate to try their delicious burgers.

Queen Victoria

The Queen Victoria is the quintessential English pub! Located quai de Rive Neuve on the Old Port, its large terrace welcomes you every day from 12pm. Happy hours from 5pm to 8pm on beers and cocktails, catering and match broadcasts – a must!

Loch Ness Pub

The Loch Ness Pub located cours Jean Ballard next to the Old Port is perfect for a refreshing break on the terrace! This Scottish bar offers some twenty beers on draught, including the official beer of the Rugby World Cup! The Loch Ness Pub has a cool atmosphere, and you’ll soon feel right at home with the bar staff and customers.

Little Temple Bar

Created by the founder of O’Malley’s and just across the street from the latter, the Little Temple Bar offers a games room with billiards, table soccer and darts, a convivial terrace, evening concerts and a fine selection of beers!

The Shamrock

Le Shamrock is the institution for young people and sports fans in Marseille. Large terrace overlooking the Vieux-Port, happy hour from 5pm to 9pm, a cocktail bar (the Shamrock’s Side), and for the Rugby World Cup 2023, an outdoor bar, dj sets, and match broadcasts. Perfect for partying!

The Red Lion

Drive to the waterfront near Pointe Rouge to discover the first Red Lion! A legendary pub on the Marseilles coastline, its large wooden tables welcome tourists and locals all year round. If you can’t find a seat, don’t worry: the regulars also sit on the low wall facing the sunset. If you prefer to stay in the city center, the Red Lion’s 2nd address awaits you on Cours Julien, open until 4am on weekends.


Located in Notre-Dame du Mont, Morrison’s saw the light of day in 2018! This Irish pub plunges you into a Prohibition atmosphere, with a huge terrace to enjoy the fine weather. Wide choice of beers, quality cocktails, and catering with fish & chips, poke bowls or burgers.

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