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archive-title Yearly Archives: 2017

Yearly Archives: 2017

Superbowl parties in Dublin pubs 2017

    IMPORTANT: You should read this notice from The Woolshed on their facebook page about why they can’t stay open for the whole game tonight. We’re trying to find out if other pubs have been contacted. LINK. The Superbowl and American Football in general has seen a huge surge in popularity over the last […]

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There’s a mini beer festival coming to Capel Street

  The mini craft beer festival at the beginning of the year is becoming a bit of a tradition in The Beerhouse on Capel Street. For most of the year they have an excellent selection of Irish and international craft beers, and a very good revolving selection of rotation beers. During the festival they get […]

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Wood fired pizza comes to The Living Room

  A few years ago pubs had just started to offer snacks beyond the humble (yet much revered) toastie. This came in the form of the frozen pizza, cooked in a small counter top oven. Since then, we’ve moved on a bit. Welcome as those €10 pizza and pint deals were to those who were […]

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Artwork in The Dame Tavern.

  There’s a lovely photo hanging inside Dame Tavern depicting an average night in the pub. It’s great when the artwork reflects the patronage. It’s a small pub that inspires affection and return business from a loyal and expanding base of customers.

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Pub jobs in Dublin. 19th Jan 2017

  Here’s all the latest jobs in Dublin pubs for January 2017. Where possible, we’ve included what email address to apply to and the date that it was last posted.   Full and part time jobs available in The Boars Head, Capel Street. Drop in with a CV. (1st Jan) The Ivy Are looking for […]

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Free finger food for group bookings in the Bull and Castle.

  Here’s a good option for after work drinks this January and beyond. The Bull and Castle in Christchurch are offering free finger food to group bookings of 6 or more people, so long as the table is occupied before 6.30pm.   Upstairs in the Butchers Bar they have an excellent selection of the best […]

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7 new pubs for the new year

Towards the end of 2016, we made a list of 16 new pubs that had recently opened or were on the verge of opening. Link. Some of the pubs on that list, also make it onto this list, considering they opened so late in the year. We’ve also got some new additions that are more […]

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From the archives: The Guinness shortage after the 1916 Rising

  This is the second in a series of article that looks at documents that we found and scanned in the archive of the Licensed Vintners Association, who are celebrating 200 years in existence in 2017. The following document shows the immediate reaction of the Guinness company in St. James’ Gate t the 1916 reaction […]

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360 image: Generator, Smithfield

  We’ve created a 360 degree photo so that you can look around and get a feel for Generator in Smithfield. It’s a bar within a hostel. An excellent place to meet people visiting Dublin and to recreate the feeling you had of staying in hostels abroad. Check out the Jameson bottle chandeliers, the pool […]

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Old Town. Phil Lynnott in The Long Hall

  In the video for Phil Lynott’s ‘Old Town’ he visits some iconic Dublin locations, including the Ha’Penny Bridge, Howth Pier, the Stephen’s Green bandstand, and the quays. He also pays a visit, in a more somber part of the song, to The Long Hall on George’s Street. He sits alone at the bar with […]

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