The interior of this Irish pub was built in Ireland, shipped to Ann Arbor and then assembled at its current location.

Conor's has been criticized for being part of the blight of faux-Irish American bars -- and in fact it was the first of what is now a chain of three "Conor O'Neill's" pubs (the other two are in Colorado) -- but making such a criticism around the proprietrix will likely get you told off in a lovely, and quite authentic, Irish accent.

The entertainment at Conor's ranges from the traditional pub trivia nights, live acoustic folk music, and World Cup viewing to the more American post-college meat market scene and falling-down-drunk by 8 am "Saint Patrick's Day" celebrants.

318 S Main St, Ann Arbor, 48104 - (734) 665-2968