About The Baa
The Shed’s History
After working in many of Dublin’s finest bars for over 10 years, Geoff Waddell from the Blue Mountains, Australia, decided it was time Dublin got a true taste of the Southern Hemisphere and The Woolshed Baa and Grill was opened on the 23rd of January 2003. Three days later The Woolshed experienced it’s first Australia Day – the Shed was rockin’ and hasn’t stopped since.
While The Woolshed retains the original concept of being a Southern Hemisphere bar, we have over the years become known as Dublins biggest and best sports bar, showing a wide range of sports for many different nationalities. Comedy on Monday nights.
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