Nancy Spains, London’s latest Irish Pub, announces its highly anticipated opening in the heart of Shoreditch on March 15th. Situated on the buzzing Curtain Road, Nancy Spain’s embodies the core spirit of a true Irish pub, seamlessly weaving warm hospitality, soulful live music, and beloved Irish drinks and snacks bringing something new to Shoreditch’s busy bar landscape. 

Nancy Spain’s vision extends beyond the ordinary; it aspires to be the home where all Londoners, Irish or not, can immerse themselves in the true modern Irish Pub culture. Its launch coincides with the biggest weekend for the Irish, St Patrick’s Day. From 15th -17th March, Nancy’s will be welcoming Londoners in to experience true Irish hospitality alongside live music from acoustic guitarists such as Jeremy Peter Allan followed by DJs and a Irish Trad Session on the 17th. The bar is also partnering with their supplier Jamesons Whiskey to bring 4 delicious cocktails to patrons Friday to Sunday.  

The drinks offered at Nancy’s hinges around cocktails and whiskey, with Irish favourite Murphys on draught as the stout of choice alongside Cruzcampo, Moretti, Neck Oil and Nancy Spain’s own larger; crisp, clean and floral. The whiskey range includes Jamesons, West Cork Whistler and Connemara as well as smaller brands distilled in the home county of the pub’s owners including Dingle Whiskey. 

Nancy Spain’s cocktail menu is a celebration of Irish heritage, carefully crafted to weave together the threads of Irish cultural influence and history with an array of cocktails inspired by famous writers and culture of Ireland. Barry’s Pornstar takes elements form the much loved martini with the addition of Barry’s Tea, an iconic Irish brand, to bring depth of flavour and bitterness. Next up, Inspired by the classic Miami Vice, Gangs of New York is a spicy yet creamy number with a Caribbean twist and dashes of rum, Pedro Ximinez and Creme de Banana. Lastly, the Mexican Bramble takes the traditional drink with the addition of chilli infused tequila and Murphy’s stout cordial. To round off the bar offering, Nancy’s will of course be offering Taytos, and other classic Irish snacks.  

Downstairs in Nancy’s kitchen, a monthly changing guest chef provides sustenance to keep the craic going – keep an eye on their instagram for details of upcoming collaborations. As the sun sets, Nancy Spains transforms into a lively cocktail bar, hosting live music four times a week, Thursday through Sunday. It’s an invitation to let loose, stomp your feet, and revel in the lively beats until the early hours. 

Nancy Spains Irish bar launches to the public on 15th March with St. Patrick’s Day weekend celebrations, it will be a riotous weekend of music and good craic, setting the tone for the exciting journey ahead at Nancy Spains. Tables will be bookable, with the bookings platform going live next week, keep your eyes on social media for further | @nancyspains | 128-130 Curtain Road, EC2A 3AQ 

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