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With an extensive selection of fine whiskeys and imported beers as well as the largest heated patio in Mississauga, Failte has grown to be the most popular Irish Pub in the GTA – full of character and characters.

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Designed in Dublin by O’Brien’s Irish pubs, Failte comprises 6,000+ sq ft and includes authentic handcrafted furniture and antique pieces of genuine Irish bric-a-brac

We’ve heard it all….

Fear not, it’s pronounced – fall’cha

“Failte” is Gaelic for “welcome” and is used most commonly in the phrase céad míle fáilte – “a hundred thousand welcomes.”

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OPEN Year Round

Room for 80 guests on the largest heated patio in Mississauga.

With a fully covered roof, our top patio is designed to let you experience the outdoors regardless of the weather. While the bottom level lets you enjoy a little sunshine!

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Space for parties of 5 to 305!

A unique mix of environment, great value and delicious menu.

Our hospitality experts are ready to take care of you. Learn more on our corporate events page and check out our six atmospheres below!

Celtic Medieval

Reminiscent of a scene from a banquet at Ireland’s famous Bunratty Castle, the inner sanctum of Failte delivers a medieval Celtic experience.

Dublin Victorian

The entrance to Failte incorporates a Victorian bar, parlour, snugs and Brennan’s Lounge. The snugs provide the ideal setting for small groups.

Medical hall

The medical hall conjures up memories of ancient potions and elixirs that may even call for a prescription of uisce beatha– the water of life whiskey.

 

Liam Smyth’s grocery

“Man does not live on bread alone” – Liam Smyth’s Dublin grocery could have you reaching over the counter for many of Ireland’s delectable delights of a bygone era.

Meehan’s traditional Irish bar

A traditional Irish bar where in era’s past the local ladies and gentry engaged in rapturous conversations from “the meaning of life” to “how whiskey kept the Irish from ruling the world since 1763”.

Old Country Cottage

In this old-country cottage reminiscent of rural Ireland, you can cosy up to the stone that made it all the way from Cork, join i a sing-song or tinkle a tune on the piano.