The Hibernian Pub & Restaurant
Hibernian derives from the Latin term Hibernia, which means “one who comes from Ireland” or “cold, wet land.” The Hibernian Pubs were aptly named, as we wanted to bring a wee bit of Ireland to the Triangle.
The Hibernian Restaurants & Pubs celebrate the old world flavor and the new vibrancy of Ireland. Carrying on with Irish tradition, we offer an atmosphere that infuses the alluring and relaxing nature of an authentic Irish social club and the warmth of a Gaelic home kitchen.
2 Locations in Raleigh, North Carolina
Glenwood Avenue • Falls of Neuse Road
The Raleigh Beer Garden
The Raleigh Beer Garden is the located in the resurgent Glenwood South district of downtown Raleigh. The current world-record holder in two categories, you can enjoy one o four 386+ draft beers offered daily. The North Carolina bar in the first floor features 144 NC draft taps and the “International” floor offers 222 varieties from the rest of the country and the rest of the world. Our rooftop bar features 12 rotating taps alongside of the 24 tap system that is located in the Beer Garden event field in the back. Come by for a quick pint, a show or dinner! We’ll see you soon!
The Charlotte Beer Garden
The Charlotte Beer Garden is a sprawling three-story bar with a whopping 436 beers taps, in South End. The facility is the first sister site to the original Raleigh Beer Garden.
The Station at Person Street
Watts & Ward
Watts & Ward was founded upon the underground spirit of 1920s America. When legislation such as the Watts act of 1903 and the Ward Law of 1905 set out to crush the free spirits of this state, over a decade before Prohibition, the clever and untamed citizens united in the subterranean. These establishments were alive with music, uproarious with life and bootleg spirits flowed like the streams that connect North Carolina from the mountains to the sea. Nearly one hundred years later, Watts & Ward finds itself at the forefront of the battle to keep that culture alive as purveyors of an idea. Of an era. Of a lifestyle.
Watts & Ward. Fighting the good fight for another hundred years to come.
The Morgan Street Food Hall
Morgan Street Food Hall is a new lifestyle dining concept; not to be confused with a food court. It features local eateries and restaurants as well as local food retailers. Morgan Street Food Hall introduces the concept of cross meal ordering, where different meals are enjoyed in a shared seating area.
CowBar Burger & Fries
A handcrafted artisan burger joint in based in the Morgan Street Foodhall. Cow prides itself in producing a unique take on the old standard burger. Chef Dan Yeager brings his wealth of culinary knowledge into play being able to utilize his time studying at the famed Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Academy. The Cow Bar will have something for everyone including the amazing truffle burger consisting of caramelized red onions, truffle butter, shaved truffles, smoked gouda cheese on a fresh ground patty as well as a vegetarian burger made of curry infused kidney beans and grilled zucchini topped with fire roasted red peppers, red onions, avocado all served on brioche. We look forward to seeing you really soon.
Aunty Betty's Gin & Absinthe Bar
Auntie Betty’s Gin & Absinthe Bar is a concept dreamed up by the minds at the Hibernian Hospitality Group and Greg Ewan. Bringing Irish and American traditional gin to the Morgan Street Food Hall. Serving nothing but the finest craft cocktails in the city!
419 Glenwood is the Hibernian Hospitality Group’s newest endeavor, opening in Summer 2021. Offering 3 separate venues; Level 1: Botanical Lounge & Tapas, Level 2: The Sage Room, Level 3: Highgarden.