Cooper Irish Pub
The fourth member of the Cara clan is Cooper, St. Louis Park's newest hotspot on Xenia and Park Place Blvd. Opened in October 2009 in the Shops at West End, Cooper blends European style with old-world charm and the signature hospitality you can expect from Cara Irish Pubs.
Cooper Irish Pub
Cara Irish Pubs
Corporate name for all of our Irish Pubs.
Twin Cities Gaelic Football Club
Twin Cities Gaelic Football Club is a Minnesota Non-Profit Organization that supports and develops amateur athletes at all skill levels, regardless of gender, race, etc., for national and international competition in the sport of Gaelic Football.
Jameson Irish Whiskey
As John Jameson established his whiskey distillery in Dublin, we really began to make his mark.
Finnegans Irish Amber
Finnegans was created out of the belief that there are loads of fun and creative ways to make a difference in a community.
Crispin Super Premium Hard Apple Cider. Inspired by classical European cider making and designed to be enjoyed over ice. Available on draft or in five unique varieties, a refreshing alternative to beer or wine.
The Ól Irish Design & Build
The Ól Irish Design & Build specialises in the reproduction of authentic Irish pub interiors and exteriors, with traditional premium quality materials and fittings.
Irish Fair of Minnesota
Join us on the banks of the Mississippi River for a three-day celebration of Irish heritage with music, dance, family activities and good craic.
Community Newspaper for the Twin Cities with an Irish angle.
The Center for Irish Music
The Center for Irish Music is dedicated to handing down traditional Irish music to the next generation of musicians in our community.
Clann na Gael
Clann na Gael was formed in 2003 in response to the demand for an Irish soccer club in the Twin Cities and after a number of years without a recognizable Irish team.
Childrens program of Northern Ireland
The Children's Program of Northern Ireland (CPNI) was founded in 1973 in response to a letter to the editor of the Fargo Forum newspaper from a Belfast mother who wanted her son to be free from the violence in Northern Ireland for the summer.
Rince na Chroi
Rince na Chroi (pronounced Rink-a na Cree) is Gaelic for dance of the heart. Katie Stephens founded the St. Paul-based Irish dance school in February of 2003 after 15 years of Irish dancing and teaching experience in Milwaukee, Chicago and St. Paul.