Wilmington residents and visitors in the Monkey Junction area have a new venue for a Sunday football game or a Happy Hour drink with friends in the form of the Slainte Irish Pub. With a friendly atmosphere, plenty of outdoor and indoor tables and bar stools, and lots of big screen TVs in every direction, this entertaining and elevated pub will entice patrons to linger for another round, and a hearty bite to eat.

The menu is a unique combination of American fare and traditional Irish cuisine, which makes it accessible to all local and global palettes. Hungry customers can start with an appetizer of Irish soda puppies or something more American like buffalo shrimp, and then move on to one of the hearty and classic sandwiches. Options include build your own burgers, a fried green tomato BLT, and a Dublin City Club Sandwich with turkey and bacon piled high on tree slices of grilled Texas Toast. There’s also an array of pub-approved entrees like Fish and Chips and grilled Mahi Mahi, as well as one of Cape Fear region’s largest selections of Irish Whiskeys. Perfectly suited for a big meal or just a casual round of drinks, Slainte Irish Pub is bringing a friendly pub atmosphere to the heart of the Monkey Junction area.

  • Monday11:30am-12:00am
  • Tuesday11:30am-12:00am
  • Wednesday11:30am-12:00am
  • Thursday11:30am-12:00am
  • Friday11:30am-2:00am
  • Saturday11:30am-2:00am
  • Sunday11:30am-12:00am
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