Your Outdoor Party HQ
O’Connors is the only bar in Clarksville and Fort Campbell that offers year-round entertainment. Located just ten minutes away from post, O’Connors offers fun, food, and drinks for our military service members and residents of Clarksville alike.
Join us all year long for great activities and events, both indoor and outdoor.
We offer cornhole tournaments, volleyball, outdoor concerts, beer pong, etc., as well as weekly events and specials.
Catch all of the exciting action at one of the only places in Clarksville to watch the pay-per-view UFC fights! Enjoy year-round fun at O’Connors Irish Pub and Grill! From live bands and pay-per-view sporting events from the UFC and NFL to indoor and outdoor games for any taste, O’Connors has it all.
How Did O’Connor’s Get its Name?
Thomas O’Connor was born in Ireland in 1919, a tumultuous year in Irish history. Known as Tom to his family and friends, Grandpa O’Connor was the third of six children. The family lived near Sheriff Street in the heart of old Dublin. Sadly his father died when he was only nine years old. As a result he was compelled to drop out of school at the age of fourteen to take up a trade in order to help support his mother and younger siblings. This was one of his lifelong regrets and sparked his perpetual interest in learning and the support for his children and grandchildren completing their education. Due to dire economic conditions in Ireland during World War II, Tom moved to Birmingham, England to find work. It was in England that he met and married the love of his life, Eileen Carey from County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Together they shared the ups and downs of life for over fifty years and raised four children and had five grandchildren before they passed away a year apart in 2001 and 2002. Alas Grandpa Tom did not live to witness the establishment and phenomenal growth of O’Connors Irish Pub and Grille in Clarksville, Tennessee.
However he would have been extremely proud to see his name lent to a business with such a high level of service, friendly staff, and exceptional clientele. So on behalf of Tom O’Connor and all the staff, “Cead Mile Failte” [an Irish phrase pronounced “kade-meela-foil-tcha”, which means “a thousand welcomes’].