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archive-title Monthly Archives: May 2017

Monthly Archives: May 2017

Drop Dead Twice. The exceptional BYO cocktail experience

  2 weeks ago we had the pleasure of finally dropping into Francis Street to try one of the most innovative bar experiences in Dublin today. It’s called Drop Dead Twice, and it’s a cocktail night like no other. Basically, the idea behind it is that you book in, each person in your group brings […]

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11 of the best Sports Bars in Dublin

  Buskers on the Ball     Buskers On The Ball is below Buskers on Fleet Street, Temple Bar. This is certainly a unique bar in the city, offering as it does the opportunity to play a range of sports such as table tennis, pool, and shuffle board, while also screening all big sporting events […]

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Video: A quick look at The Boar’s Head

  The Boars Head on Capel Street is famous for it’s GAA association and is known as one of the best small pubs in the city. It’s a mini sports bar, and they serve food all day. They’ll be one of the few pubs that will be able to open and show the Lions rugby […]

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Toss a coin all this week to win a free cocktail

  McGowan’s in Phibsboro are having a having a cocktail week from Monday 8th May until Sunday the 14th of May. During the week they’ll be giving you the chance to win free cocktails. All you have to do is order your preferred cocktail, and try to beat the bartender by tossing a coin. Lose, […]

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Video: Inside the Freemason’s private members bar.

  We got inside the Freemason’s Grand Lodge on Molesworth Street in Dublin to have a look at the private members bar and the various rooms of this fascinating building. More details can be found in our article: http://publin.ie/2017/inside-the-freemasons-private-members-bar/  

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4 pubs celebrating Cinco de Mayo in Dublin

Cinco de Mayo, while formally celebrating a Mexican military victory, is largely a celebration of Mexican culture. In 2011 there were only around 1,500 Mexicans living in Ireland, but Mexican influence can be seen everywhere, especially when it comes to cuisine. Here’s a few pubs in Dublin that are putting on something special for the […]

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Inside the Freemason’s private member’s bar.

    On Molesworth Street among the art galleries and auctioneers there’s a building that many people will walk by, but few will realise it’s significance. The Grand Lodge of the Freemasons of Ireland is located a stones throw from the Dáil and has been there since at least 1725. Some would describe it as […]

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11 pubs to to get a delicious cheese board in Dublin.

Cheese can be the perfect accompaniment to a good beer, wine, or whiskey. Luckily, in each of the pubs named on this list, they have a good selection of all of those drinks. So, pick a spot, sit down, and order some cheese.   Peters Pub   The serene Peters pub near Stephens Green shopping […]

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Trace your ancestry in the pub with professional genealogists.

  O’Shea’s Merchant on the quays started a very interesting initiative last summer to cater for visiting tourists in a way that not other pub (to our knowledge) has thought of doing. They partnered with Ancestry genealogists, The Ancestor Network to give visitors to the pub the chance to speak with a genealogist and to […]

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An amazing gin selection in an unlikely place.

  Maybe that should read ‘a seemingly unlikely place’. You’d expect to see a gin selection spanning 80 gins and a few metres of shelf space in the newer craft beer bars, or an upmarket gastro pub, but that’s not where we’re talking about.     Buskers in Temple Bar have been slowly amassing over […]

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