Address and contact details:
Monday: 10am – 1am
Tuesday: 10am – 1am
Wednesday: 10am – 1am
Thursday: 10am – 1am
Friday: 10am – 3am
Saturday: 10am – 3am
Sunday: 10am – 1am
Life of The Tara started as an English pub called “O’Henry’s”. In 1995 Bakker family bought the place and transformed it into an Irish pub, and this is when The Tara got its’ name. Within years the bar got several chances for expansion and grew from occupying a single building to three joined houses. Later on The Tara went through some more changes and shifted from a typical Irish pub to a beautiful combination of Irish and Dutch cultures, flavoured by the mixture of other European and Middle East countries styles.
The Tara is a unique place. It is a mix of different styles and vibes that would suit any customer’s need. You can find a contemporary cocktail bar, a laidback leather couches, a classy theatrical space with chandeliers, cosy fire places, a smoking room with pool tables, and lots of big screens to watch your favourite games, a quiet intimate corner for a date night. You name it, they have it!
Location-wise it does not get any better. The Tara is located at the famous Rokin street, a few minutes walk from the Dam Square. With over 150 seats inside and outside terrace, stretching through five rooms with stunning interior designs sharing three buildings there is a room for everybody.
And the menu will not disappoint you. The Tara offers it all, traditional Irish dishes, stew, sea food, lots of burgers. Drinks – well you cannot go wrong here. From great variety of beers, Irish, Dutch, Belgium to craft cocktails to any taste. And of course with a strong Irish side there is a long list of whiskeys.
The Tara is one of the locations for Amsterdam Dance Event.
If you plan to host a party and need a place to accommodate a big group, you definitely can find one at the Tara, and there are no costs involved for the booking.
The Tara is a truly international pub and so is its’ crowd. You can meet people from all around the globe here, tourists just visiting Amsterdam, xpats, locals, and due to the location being in walking proximity from the main Amsterdam shopping street, there are plenty of those who stop by for a sneaky drink before heading back to the shopping madness.