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Kitty O'Sheas
Crowded and noisy, as an Irish pub should be

Oxford Street, Paddington
(02) 9360 9668

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You hear the Pipes and drums ringing in you ears, then you've come to the right place. Kitty O'Sheas located on the red light district of Paddington, located directly across the road from Paddington Public school. The host of Markets on Saturdays, why not include Kitty's in your day.

A mix of bands playing most nights & the girls and groupies to go with it. Fancy a game of pool or perhaps a quietier place to sit, then upstairs is the place to go and drain the night away, with Kitty's fine selection of Brews from far and wide.

A refuge for most Irish backpackers & a watering hole for those guys and gals who are up for a busy fun filled night.
When you go, make sure you grab a Hotdog, "if you can handle it"
Have a good Craic.

review by: pubguide staff

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Dave from Eire
Good craic but pretty busy. Drinks ok.
11 May 2004

Sarah from Ireland
Please could you ask Donacha Reidy to contact Sarah (his cousin) from Ireland. E-mail or I would really like for us to keep in touch or even could you send me his e-mail address. Many Thanks Sarah
12 Dec 2003

Paul from Paddington
Went in last night, bloody hard to get a beer, the hardest place in the city. And it took me 25 minutes to get in. Cant wait till they reopen.
7 Oct 2003

val from sydney
good 4 a john jameson and a pint o guiness 4 brekky, but nites full of utter wankers, low kiddy drunx & slags
24 Aug 2003

Pauline & Susan from Melbourne
We are on are way next weekend watch out Irish Lads
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Live Music: several nights a week in the back roomOutdoor Area: covered section out back - terrace round the sideInternet: One Telstra terminal upstairs
Jukebox: on both floorsPool: One rather cramped table upstairsOpen Late: 3am at weekends
Our Comments

Jason says:

I'm usually far too drunk to go on by the time I get here.


Jason says:

Now renovated and rebranded as the Elephant And Wheelbarrow

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