Welcome to O'Neill's Bromley - An Original Irish Pub

A warm Irish welcome to O'Neill's Bromley, where the good times flow as freely as the drinks. Whatever the occasion, our O’Neill’s pubs level it up with live experiences across sport, music and events.


We’ve got the craic, and all the ingredients for a party to remember. Join us for drinks offers, tasty food, great music, big energy and everything you need to create unforgettable moments. It doesn’t matter if you’re after breakfast, lunch or dinner, we’ve got you sorted!

If you’re looking for the best sports coverage across Sky Sports or BT Sport, and a pub where the live music can lift your spirits, join us at O'Neill's Bromley — book a table and find yourself in the heart of the action in Bromley!

O'Neill's Bromley was originally a music hall built in 1872 as Bromley's first entertainment venue, and was opened with a concert by Sir Arthur Sullivan. It later became a drill hall for the 18th Kent Rifles, which also held occasional dances and balls for the enlisted men. The building was later purchased by the Royal Mail for use as a sorting office. It was in 1997, that the building was converted into a pub by Firkin Breweries, and it has been an O'Neill's since 2001. It’s rumoured that an abandoned shooting range is located under the floorboards, with one regular claiming to have learned to shoot there as an Army Cadet 60 years ago. The walls of the smoking terrace used to be part of the attached stables.