The Old Stand is one of Dublin’s most favoured social haunts, being a traditional pub which has been located on this site in Exchequer Street for well over 300 Years.
With an abundance of old world charm this pub is to the visitor a warm, chatty, convivial pub which can be closely identified with the image of Dublin itself.
The Old Stand food trade has long been revered around Dublin, being distinctive for it’s hot lunch dishes and it’s excellent fish salads and good wines.
The Old Stand is very popular at lunchtime and evenings for people to eat before heading to shows. Such items as freshly home made soup of the day and home made steak burgers are very popular
The Old Stand has a traditional link with Dublin’s Rugby fraternity.
A popular place for people to watch rugby matches, year after year the premises are a shrine to rugby enthusiasts, before and after the internationals at Lansdowne Road
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