One of Rome's best-known and most authentic Irish pubs, the Druid's Den, is now offering a large function room which may be booked for private parties and events. Completely separate from the main pub next door, the autonomous space comes equipped with a full bar as well as the trappings of an old-style Irish pub. In addition to spirits, the beers on draught include Guinness, Harp, Carlsberg, Kilkenny and Strongbow cider.

Established in 1982, the Druid's Den is one of the city's oldest Irish taverns, after its nearby sister pub, the Fiddler's Elbow which opened in 1977. Owned and operated by a well-known Irish-Italian family, who are involved with a number of other Irish bars in Rome as well as an Italian restaurant in Dublin

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