If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, just pass by and leave your contact details as well as curriculum vitae. We will contact you as soon as there is something available. Occasionally we need amplification in short and medium time, also regarding seasonal demands or for special events.
The pub was built on the Emerald Isle by the finest of Irish craftsmen and was shipped piece by piece to Graz. Opening on the 29th Jan. 1998, Flann O´Brien has brought a small piece of that northwestern Island and it´s culture of music, dance, conversation, „craic“, Irish stout, ales, fine whiskey and fare to Graz.
Although Ireland has become a young, vibrant and energetic country in recent years, she is still firmly rooted in her culture & traditions. In Ireland „The Pub“ is still the focal point of every community every night.
For further information on Ireland and Irish culture, please do not hesitate to call in and ask our staff. They will be delighted to help you in any way they can!
You will enjoy the pub, the atmosphere with its „craic“ not just once.
only experiments create new flavours and tastes. They also ensure quality ...
... often discussed once a month at our regular craftbeer table day @ FLANN`s with delicious food.
Brian O'Nolan (Irish: Brian Ó Nualláin; 5 October 1911 – 1 April 1966) was an Irish novelist, playwright and satirist, considered a major figure in twentieth century Irish literature. Born in Strabane, County Tyrone, he is regarded as a key figure in modernist and postmodern literature. His English language novels, such as At Swim-Two-Birds and The Third Policeman, were written under the pen name Flann O'Brien. His many satirical columns in The Irish Times and an Irish language novel An Béal Bocht were written under the name Myles na gCopaleen.
O'Nolan's novels have attracted a wide following for their bizarre humour and modernist metafiction. As a novelist, O'Nolan was influenced by James Joyce. He was nonetheless sceptical of the cult of Joyce, which overshadows much of Irish writing, saying "I declare to God if I hear that name Joyce one more time I will surely froth at the gob.