Established in 1833 and still run by the Kavanagh family today. One of Dublins finest bars and best pint of plain. No music, no T.V., fine food and great pints served. Located beside the old gate of the cemetery, hence our local naeme The Gravediggers.
For a full taste of the history of the pub, you can find it on their website, here. Taken from ‘The Dublin Pub Saunter’ by Eamonn Casey
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