6400 Lundy's Lane, Niagara Falls Ontario Canada, L2G 1T6

Doc Magilligan's has brought a little taste of Ireland to Niagara Falls. In the tradtion of all true Irish pubs, Doc's is founded in family history and committed to providing a laid-back, fun-loving place to meet family and friends. Enjoy a full Irish breakfast, lunch or dinner 7 days a week, and brunch on weekends in our Victorian inspired surroundings. Doc's also offers a superb spread of entertainment and international sports, also offering and incredible selection of premium, craft or local beers.

The Doc:

He was a true purveyor of true Irish spirit and the inspiration behind our pub. As the story goes the Doc was always the life of the party. It's fitting then that this pub was built completely in Ireland and shipped over to us, enabling us to celebrate the very spirit of the man himself through an inexhaustible outpouring of good cheer, great company and fantastic food and drink.

Family Dining:

Bring your family to Doc Magilligan's for a taste of true Irish hospitality and affordable food. The menu boasts a spread of classic Irish pub favorites guaranteed to delight everone in your family. Executive Chef Gary Beynon named 2017 Best Irish Pub Chef in North America from the Irish Pub Global Awards!

Authentic Irish Fare

This isn't your ordinary pub food. The menu brings the best Irish Fare right to your table. Includes classic dishes like Boxty, as well as Doc's own specialities like our famous Rueben Bites. In the true Irish tradition we also seve up a friendly, warm environment. As the old Irrish provierb says "laughter is brightest in the place where good food is".


Open 7 days a weekat 7:30am for Breakfast

Beer Taps open at 11:00am daily

Sunday to Wednesday - pub close at midnight - kitchen closes at 11 pm Thursday - pub closes at 1:00 am or until the party's over - kitchen closes at 11 pm

Friday & Saturday - pub closes at 2:00 am - kitchen closes at midnight

Patio is open Daily in the Summer Months

Live Entertainment


  • Live Music
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My wife and I thought it'd be nice to have an authentic / traditional roast beef dinner, oh how far from the truth was it, I was horrified.The Beef was just like you get in those microwave dinners, tough as old boots, hardly any gravy, I could not tell exactly if the mash potatoes was instant, so I'll give the benefit of doubt here. The single Yorkshire pudding was not home made, also I feel from the frozen variety. I tried the Creemore ale it was passable and as for the Harp lager, it had a distinct Butterscotch / popcorn nose indicating to me the lines need cleaning more frequently or the beer had a diacetyl. Our server Benjamin originally hailed from Buckinghamshire in the UK, he certainly knows a true roast beef dinner, should be made with real hand carved beef + roast potatoes as a minimum, but said it's not up to him it's the folks in the kitchen who decide. There was not even a mention of can I offer a rebate etc or a free desert!! Piss poor food and customer service. You will not see us back.
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