Great Dublin pub suggestions for tourists visiting the city.

For the purposes of this article, we wanted to suggest to visitors to the city some pubs that lie outside Temple Bar. Earlier this year we were at a networking event where Pat Liddy, Dublin’s most well know tour guide, was giving a talk in which he told the audience about the ever increasing numbers […]

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14 pubs to watch the Rugby in Dublin

Rugby has been on the up in Ireland for decades now. Some pubs in Dublin have a historical connection to the sport through their owners and patrons, and others have caught on and reacted to the popularity of the sport by putting it on their screens. Here’s 14 very good places in Dublin with different […]

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A traditional pub for a Christmas party: Doheny and Nesbitts

  Prominently jutting out onto Baggot Street with a wooden facade is the famous pub Doheny and Nesbitt, named after its former proprietors. It’s one of the 16 remaining Victorian era pubs of Dublin and it retains all the character that it is so well loved and well known for. How about then, renting an […]

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The man buried in a pub. Mr. Gaffney in Johnnie Fox’s

  Being one of the oldest (est 1798) and well known pubs in the county of Dublin, we asked Johnnie Fox’s if they had any spooky or macabre stories about the pub for the month that’s in it. They got back to us with a story that’s not exactly macabre, but reasonably spooky. It also […]

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