Located on Nassau Street at the bottom of Grafton Street with access of Adams Court. Porterhouse Central houses which is possibly the longest bar in Dublin. Over the years it has gone through many incarnations originally known as Kidds, which was a hangout for various luminaries at the time including the infamous Cairo squad who became infamous after they were wiped out by Michael Collins and his apostles leading to the infamous Bloody Sunday in Croke Park. From then it became Jammets restaurant, one of the finest restaurants in Europe, a later reincarnation brought it back as the Berni Inn and the Judge Roy Beans. It is now known to everyone as Porterhouse Central. Apart from our wonderful Porterhouse beers, great staff we provide nightly entertainment until the wee small hours. Of course you could come a bit earlier take your time to peruse our great food menu, check out the wonderful collection of bottle beers or maybe even try a cocktail or two from our mixologists.
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