About Us

Doyle’s opened on Monday, April 17th, 2006 crafted with the idea of being that third place away from home and work where you would meet friends and make new ones. A neighborhood bar in its truest form. Most will think of us as an Irish bar because our two most popular beverages are Guinness and Jameson, but we strive to be Tacoma’s Local. We are open 365 days a year. Yes, that day too. So you will always have a place to connect.

Come with a friend. Come with a couple. Come with your whole damn crew. We have booths that can accommodate up to eight people or 10 if you really like each other. For groups up to 20 we have The Snug in the back for a private gathering space. Or come alone and make a friend because You Will Never Drink alone at Doyle’s. 

Soccer was at our core from the beginning. We strive to show every match live, even those god-awful off hour matches between 2am and 6am. Check ‘On The Box’ for our schedule. Supporters clubs from Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool call us home, but we have supporters from just about every team in the Prem as well as the rest of the leagues across the globe. Home of the American Outlaws and proud supporters of our National Teams. Sounders joined the MLS shortly after our opening and we have proudly supported the supporters by showing all of their matches and hosting player appearances. We are not a sports bar, but we do love sport so you will find the NFL with the Sunday Ticket along with many others like Golf, College Sports, Hockey(Go Kraken!), Baseball(Go Mariners!), Formula One, Rugby and many other not so mainstream contests. 

With south Puget Sound’s largest curated whisk{e}y selection offering drams from around the world from the pedestrian to the unicorn. Jameson runs deep and strong at Doyle’s. At one time the top selling bar in the state and still the top of the table by square feet of drinking space. If you are lucky enough to order up the last drink from a bottle you will be entered in our Dublin on Doyle’s contest where we give away a trip to Dublin, Ireland. Pints of Guinness have been raised in times of celebration as well as grief, but most often just for sharing a moment with friends and loved ones. Lest we forget, our food is prepared using ingredients from local suppliers. Never fried. Always cooked.