Named after Lough Corrib, a massive lake in West Ireland, the Brighton mainstay—open since 1969—attracts plenty of homesick Irish expats as well as students and longtime locals looking for a friendly, unassuming spot to enjoy a properly-poured Guinness, a massive serving of bangers and mash, and a little live music. The Corrib is also a great place to watch a big game with some old-school, tried-and-true fans.
|Venue name:||Corrib Pub|
396 Market St
|Cross street:||Henshaw St|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 8:30am-1am; Sat-Sun 10am-1am|