If the road is rising up to meet you, it's probably time to call a cab. But in the event you're fresh and ready for a good pint of Guinness, a round or two of darts, an impromptu jam of Irish trad or to watch Stoke score right at the death to finish Arsenal, do we have the list for you. Orlando's pubs, English and Irish, are havens for rollicking good times, whether you're enjoying dance, drink, music and leveled-up fare at Disney's Raglan Road or showing up at I-Drive's George & Dragon at 8 a.m. to scarf a hefty English breakfast and catch a rugby game beaming in live from halfway 'round the globe. This selection features family-friendly havens, venerable and (we'll be polite) lovingly worn favorites and those that qualify as both depending on where you sit and what time you come in. Epcot's World Showcase is home to the Rose & Crown, while Universal Studios Florida boasts theme-park favorite Finnegan's. The Bull & Bush has been slaking the Milk District's thirst since long before the neighborhood became an arty enclave. And downtown's lovely Harp & Celt is a hybrid pub and restaurant that's as suitable for a large family brunch as it is for an afternoon footie match or a fun night out with friends.