Céad míle fáilte!

A hundred thousand welcomes to The Harp, where the greeting is warm, the beer is cold, the food is hearty and the craic is mighty!

The Harp is the national symbol of Ireland so let yourself get transported back to the Emerald Isle as you step away from the busy city centre and into The Harp’s warm and cosy atmosphere to experience the best in Irish Hospitality amongst heavy Irish wood furnishings.

During the day, you can gaze out of the windows or relax on our terrace, casually watching pedestrians rushing past whilst you tuck into a hearty meal, letting the afternoon just slowly roll on by. In the evening, The Harp becomes more laid-back, serving classic cocktails, great whiskeys and a wide selection of beers. So sit back, relax and just take in our surroundings.

Traditional Food

Traditional Fish & Chips

Enjoy a taste of Ireland with our Emerald Isle inspired menu…

See the menu

Live Sports

Live sports at The Harp in Aalborg


Tuesday 20/9

Leicester v Chelsea 20:45

Come and enjoy a meal and a pint and why not to play some Ludo with friends!

Wednesday 21/9

Northampton v Man Utd 20:45

Cozy up with friends with one of our cocktail pitchers!

Thursday 22/9

Take advantage of our 2 for 1 cocktail offer from 18:00

Friday 23/9

Take advantage of our 2 for 1 cocktail offer from 20:00

Saturday 24/9

Man Utd v Leicester 13:30
Liverpool v Hull 16:00
Middlesbro v Spurs 16:00
Arsenal v Chelsea 18:30

Take advantage of our 2 for 1 cocktail offer from 20:00

Sunday 25/9

Make the most of your Sunday and have a cold one to cap the weekend off!

Heineken or Tuborg on bottle 35kr or 4 for 100kr!

We love our live sports, and show everything from GAA to football and rugby…

See upcoming events

2-4-1 Cocktails

Cocktail offers at The Harp

Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night we offer “Buy one, get one free” on all cocktails…

See more great offers

The Harp is dedicated to Ma Gahan, Jerome’s grandmother, who was an inspiration to him and all who were lucky enough to have been in her company. Her legacy will live on.