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archive-title Yearly Archives: 2018

Yearly Archives: 2018

There’s a new pub on its way to Kevin Street

  At the corner of Kevin Street and Patrick Street near Patrick’s cathedral there has been a pub laying dormant for years now. Nash’s pub once sat there on the corner until its closure. Now, the location is getting a revamp and new owners have taken it over and are planning on opening soon. The […]

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Cost price spirits at Tipple Tuesday

  For a few months now The Chelsea Drugstore on George’s Street have been doing something very interesting on a Tuesday night. They’ve been giving people the opportunity to sample some very fine whiskey and other spirits by offering one every week at cost price. It’s a nice way to let people with a developing […]

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Dublin pubs showing the Superbowl 2018

Superbowl Sunday is now actually quite a big night in the Dublin pub calendar. So many pubs now choose to show it and the audience is so much bigger that there’s usually loads of Superbowl parties going on around the city. Here’s a few to choose from ,including what they’ll be offering in terms of […]

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The first ever Good Friday pub crawl!

  Publiners rejoice! The law has been changed. For the first time in 90 years pubs are allowed to open and serve alcohol in Ireland on Good Friday. To celebrate, we’re going to host Dublin’s first ever Good Friday pub crawl.  Through the prism of the pub we’ll explore Irish culture and history. We’ll also […]

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Pubs can open on Good Friday for the first time in 90 years!

  Today the Dáil finally voted to remove the prohibition on selling alcohol on Good Friday for Irish pubs and off license. For 90 years pubs have been barred from selling alcohol on this holy celebration day. They had been allowed to open for food, but not to sell alcohol. For the last few years […]

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There’s a Trad festival running in a Northside pub this week.

  The Church on Jervis Street is well known as a lively venue that welcomes in thousands upon thousands of local and international visitors every year. This January they’re putting on quite a show to keep their guests entertained. For 10 days they’ll be putting on live shows of  FREE traditional Irish music and dancing. […]

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