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archive-title Yearly Archives: 2016

Yearly Archives: 2016

Get cosy: 5 pubs with blankets.

We’ve come across a number of pubs that offer blankets to customers who might be feeling a chill at this time of year. It’s a nice touch to offer a bit more comfort to those who still feel like wandering outside for a smoke or whatever reason.   Peters Pub     Peter’s have a […]

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16 new pubs and bars to try out in Dublin.

The Dublin pub scene is in a huge state of change at the moment. It seems as though every week there’s a new place opening, reopening, or changing management. The overall trend seems to be toward cocktails bars, dining, and generally a more upmarket approach to the trade. Here, in this list, we’ve attempted to […]

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Free jager bombs in The Adelphi if Trump wins.

  We’re usually always up for promoting a good drinks special that lessens the financial burden of a night out, but we’ve come across one that we hope never comes to pass. The Adelphi on Abbey street, which earlier this year gained international notoriety for their Trump urinal, have another Trump related stunt.     […]

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There’s a pop up Gaeltacht coming to a pub.

  We’ve long been looking for some Dublin pubs to dip their toes a bit further into the Irish language, to use it a bit more in their daily dealings and to offer somewhere to the cities gaelg√≥irs. We created a list of pubs where you’d have the greatest likelihood of speaking Irish with the […]

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Pub jobs in Dublin. 2nd November 2016

  Here’s all the latest jobs in Dublin pubs that we could find. If you want to add a listing, send us an email to publinie@gmail.com Where possible we’ve listed how you can apply and the date that it was last posted.   Bar staff required in The Library bar on Exchequer st.Specs: An outgoing […]

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A peek inside a private members bar: The Law Society

    It’s been our intention for a while to be able to get into a few private members bars around the city, take some photos, some video, and maybe put it all together into a short documentary or at least an article. A few weeks ago the opportunity unexpectedly presented itself to see one […]

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Whelan’s now have their own beer

  Whelan’s, one of the best known small live music venues in Dublin, now has it’s own beer. Several other pubs have been joining forces with small craft breweries to create something with the branding of the pub on it, but as far as we know, this is the first non draft, bottled pub beer. […]

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Is this Dublin’s biggest pub burger?

  We interrupt your normal browsing to ask the question, ‘Is this the biggest pub burger in Dublin?’. Bad Bobs in Temple Bar have made our headlines before for massive burgers and Dublin’s spiciest wings, but could this be their greatest culinary achievement? It’s a double burger with 15oz of prime beef in each one […]

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Ken Doherty has a room named after him in a Dublin pub.

  Ken Doherty has won the Welsh Open, the Thai Masters, the the Malta Grand Prix, and the World Snooker Championship. Surely all of those achievements pale in comparison to the fact that one of his local pubs has a room named after him. In McSorley’s in Ranelagh they call it ‘The Ken Doherty Snug’. […]

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There’s a group that performs movie scripts that were never made.

  A while back we came across an event in The Grand Social that sounded pretty novel. A group of performers get together to read scripts for movies that never got made. They’re called ‘Storybreakers’, and they perform these rediscovered scripts in The Grand Social, on the northside of the Liffey. Previous performances include old […]

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You can watch the final US presidential debate in a pub.

  The final US presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump takes places tonight in Las Vegas, Nevada. The debate will begin in the early hours of Thursday morning Irish time. Democrats Abroad Ireland, a group of party members who live here, will be screening delayed coverage for politics enthusiasts and Democratic supporters in […]

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Video: Here’s how craft cider is made in Ireland.

  The folks at Stonewell cider have produced a video going through the various stages of the cider making process. From picking them off the tree, to sorting them for imperfections, to the pressing process itself. It’s an interesting snapshot into how local Irish produce is turned into an amazing apple cider. A bottle of […]

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