Some pubs are known for their pints, some for their surly bar staff, some for their “gastro” offerings – Sober Lane is synonomus with one thing – FUNSober lane in Cork is irelands oldest bar, founded by the vikings in 1014 and has been a Cork favourite. As we celebrated 1000 years in business last year we felt it was time to spread the love and opened in Irishtown, the Stoneybatter equivalent for those too frightened to cross the river.While Sober Lane won’t be found wanting for in its selection of refreshing libations, it is really the the food offering and unique promotions that set it apart.In 2011, the Cork branch was a finalist in the Jameson World Bar of the Year awards and its only a matter of time before the Dublin branch nabs the title, probably for a number of years running.Put simply, Sober lane is to its customers what CopperFaceJacks is to muck-savages – heaven.if you haven’t been yet, we recommend the Tuesday Quiz, Mexican Fridays or coin flip Sundays as good places to start – and the pizza pitcher deals are a must.
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From Friday 4th of December some of Dublin's pubs will be allowed to open for food and drinks.
Dublin pubs open with limited outdoor capacity
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