Chaplins bar on Hawkins street (across from the screen cinema) has a certain charm that isn’t recreated in other dublin pubs. Some of their seats are unintentionally like thrones and give you a feeling of superiority. The again, if you know about Chaplins when others don’t, you have cause to feel superior! It’s a fantastic pub that is changing itself to keep up with customers demands. They now serve pizzas to keep you from dying of hunger, and have a craft beer or two on tap and in bottles. Their upstairs function room could probably seat 30 and stand many more. Ideal for pub quizzes, meetings, or general functions.
Wings Wednesday. Wings deals to spice up your week.
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