P. Bermingham's is the oldest pub in Navan, Co. Meath. It retains all the charm dating back to its inception in 1884 and is a true traditional Irish pub.
With the original grocers counter, traditional snug and bar remaining as it was for the last 135yrs or so, you can step back in time and enjoy some quality socialising. There are many photographs and antiquities on display, each a moment in history from the pubs past, these include the original Guinness bottling machine. These were used when Guinness delivered the stout in a barrel and issued each publican with their own unique stout bottle label.
Back in 2008 we were fortunate to be listed in an exquisite book The Irish Pub, Turtle Bunbury & James Fennell (Thames & Hudson, 2008)
The book captures a snapshot in the life of Bermingham's and at the same time details our history from 1884.
Check out our what's on page for traditional live music events and you have to try our Irish Coffee or Hot Whiskey.
Mon - Thur
5PM - Close
Fri 4PM - Close
Sat 5PM - Close
Sun 4PM - Close
You can check out our food menu here
Things going back to normal now. Show up like the olden days and just sit down.
Alternatively you can get in touch using our booking form
or email us here
No food at the moment, on occasion we do food in conjunction with Luvida across the road.
Traditional Session every Sunday