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Cooper's PUB

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Live Music & Lucky Draw


We are a beautiful and authentic Irish Pub in Zürich. We offer good, homemade pub food, live music, and live sports. Enjoy a wide range of bottled and draft beers and ciders as well as a few nice Whiskeys. Our Irish Pub was built by an Irish company. The old timber and the "bric-a-brac" makes it unique. Come to see it, it's just awesome...


Cozy atmosphere, Irish traditions and the most delicious beer in Switzerland - all this awaits you at Cooper's Pub


Schaffhauserstrasse 359, 8050 Zürich


Schaffhauserstrasse 359, 8050 Zürich


DATE: 11.07.2020                                                       BEGIN: 20:30

Come visit us, Your Majesty. Our pub will delight you with good music, delicious drinks, and unrivaled cuisine.

Live Music Evening



Mon - Thu
Fri- Sat

15.00- 24.00
15.00- 02.00
15.00- 22.00

Schaffhauserstrasse 359, 8050 Zürich

Every Saturday at Cooper's Pub! Join us to stand a chance at winning. Enjoy live music and win 100 CFH voucher at 23.30


Live Music Party
at Cooper's Pub!

We'll sing a song, a soldier's song,

With cheering rousing chorus,

As round our blazing fires we throng,

The starry heavens o'er us;

Impatient for the coming fight,

And as we wait the morning's light,

Here in the silence of the night,

We'll chant a soldier's song.


Originally founded in Chur in 1982, the trio played on many stages in Switzerland until 1989.

Now they are on the road again with blues rock covers from the 1960s and 1970s. They play classics from bands such as Fleetwood Mac, Jimi Hendrix, Yardbirds, Status Quo, Uriah Heep or Black Sabbath. This is loosened up by ZZ-Top and CCR hits and various classics from other blues and rock artists.

As a trio - electric guitar, electric bass and drums - they tour through Switzerland. They clearly fell for the English blues rock of the 1960s and 1970s.