Do you rememberthe Liffey bar, Charlie P’s, Soul 28? Well now it’s “The Pint”. The Pint building was built in 1768. Initially it was a Hotel on the banks of the River Liffey which in those days was used as a busy shipping lane. In fact, the 2nd floor music venue has changed very little in all those years, each successive owner preferring the original design rather than decorating. The ground floor was at first a chemist with a children’s morgue in the basement. In fact, the original bronze plate used by the doctor can still be seen by the downstairs toilet. With another morgue and church directly behind our building; made this location a religious place and those overtures still remain today. Tombstones can still be seen, used as decorations in the flooring and a 16th Century Italian alter emblazons the downstairs bar. What is most interesting about the bar is that to sit and drink in it, you know its how it looked 238 years ago as we refurbished it with that in mind, and, the 238 year old design makes for incredible acoustics in the building which insures such a great atmosphere regardless of the size of the crowd.
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