McGuinness Irish Pub LLC

201 S Walnut St
Appleton, WI 54911
(920) 830-7616

Hours:   Mon - Thu 4:00 pm - close, Fri - Sat 2:00 pm - close, Sun 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

New Happy Hour pricing...Mon - Thur 4-6 and Fri 2 - 6
Buy 1 Get 1 Free any tap beer!!!...Sunday Irish Breakfast!!!

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Live Music and Events
Sat Jul 25 - The Roving Scallways return to the pub! The "Roving Scallways" (Formerly known as Small Town Delinquents) play covers of bands such as the Dropkick Murphys, Flogging Molly, Great Big Sea and Gaelic Storm, as well as some originals and a lot of great contemporary covers. (9:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.) No Cover!

Sat Aug 1 - 9 Bars 9 Holes Golf Outing - Mc Guinness is looking for some drinkers - oops we mean golfers to compete in a pub mini golf tournament with a few other local pubs! Just stop down to the pub on or before the day of the tournament to pick up your score card - cost is 5 dollars per player with some great prizes and drink specials!

Thu Aug 6 to Sun Aug 9 - Mile of Music - The 3rd annual Mile of Music in downtown Appleton!!! Keep your eyes open for some fantastic musicians coming to Our Pub Thu Aug 6 to Sun Aug 9

Sat Aug 15 - Shuttle to Milwaukee Irish Fest - Hmmm... it's obvious by the immediate sign-ups that people living in Northeastern Wisconsin have been waiting for a Shuttle to our Sister Festival, Milwaukee Irish Fest. We completely understand!! 16 stages of incredible entertainment, the market area, the Cultural Village, the cooking demos, the children's activities, the sporting contests, the food, and so much more. It's a "Living Tradition". Join us on Saturday, August 15. $40 includes your transportation in a luxury motor coach (with A/C and restroom) and your admission pass. Think about that...includes your admission, your parking, ability to enjoy some beverages in route, and not having to drive --- quite a deal. Sign up at


The Fox River Hurling Club is just beginning our outdoor season . You can visit the Fox River Hurling Club website for more information. Come check out the fastest game on grass which has been around for over 2000 years and is the national sport of Ireland.

The men of Ireland were hurling when the gods of Greece were young.


(PJ Devlin circa 1924)

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