Irish Pub Food and Drinks in Downtown Boise at BoDo
We invite you to experience Irish Pub entertainment featuring live music, sporting events on our plasma screens and casual dining in downtown Boise, Idaho. At Ha' Penny Bridge Pub we bring Ireland to Boise by providing great food, drinks, and a lively pub atmosphere to meet new people or socialize with good friends. And don't let the word pub fool you. We're also family friendly until the music begins at 9:00pm.
Our Irish Pub is a gathering place in BoDo which is the entertainment district located in downtown Boise, Idaho.
Authentic Irish Cuisine - Casual Dining - Banquet Facilities
The Ha' Penny Bridge is a place in Boise for good times, great drinks and exceptional food. Our traditional Irish recipes are homemade, using succulent fruits, fresh, local vegetables and the finest ingredients for authentic traditional Irish cuisine. Enjoy casual dining on your next date, reserve our Guinness Room, free of charge, for a business function, birthday party, or book a wedding rehearsal dinner. In addition to Ha' Penny Bridge Pub banquet facilities you can rent the mezzanine level for a party or holiday event.
Beer - Wine - Great Food - Casual Dining
Draught Beers - Micro Brews - Imports - Domestics - Bottled Beers
We have Guinness, Kilkenny Irish Beer, James Squires Amber Ale and Bulmers Ciders on tap. Beer at the pub is served from the tap or by the bottle with the beer selections sure to quench any beer connoisseur's thirst. The pub and bar area makes a great meeting place after work with friends or for a nightcap after a late movie and while shopping BoDo. When there is a sporting event not only do we provide the drinks and appetizers but also a mini stadium atmosphere with the plasma screen TV's displaying the sports action. Here are some other important details at Ha' Penny Bridge Pub. We're Open on St Patrick's Day and During Boise State Broncos Football Games!
Ha' Penny Bridge History
Accepted as the symbol of Dublin, the Ha Penny Bridge opened in 1816. The bridge crosses the River Liffey in the center of Dublin. It has three lamps supported by curved ironwork over the walkway. Cast at Coalbrookdale in Shropshire, England, the bridge acquired its name from the toll paid to cross the river, which was one half penny.