Well known for being an old fashioned pub, Smyth is located just off Baggot Street bridge. ten minutes fron Stephens Green and Aviva Stadium. On one side a traditional bar with a cosy snug(much sought after), on the other a comfortable lounge. At the front our beer garden is fully heated and covered with a large parasol and awning and protected from the wind with glass screens. At the back a more discreet smoking area awaits for those perhaps having a sneaky pint. As well as a great pint of Guinness we also serve a wide array of draught and bottled beers, an extensive range of wines by the glass and also serve lunch mon-fri. We are very much customer focussed and welcome each customer equally be it for a quick pint or a party after work. Parties are catered for and we provide free finger food for groups of 10 or more.
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