The Church on Mary Street is one of the best bars in Dublin to dine. This bar welcomes people from around the world, including Americans every day of the year and as a result they’ve become a bit of a hub for other nationalities living in Dublin. They’ve put together a sumptuous sounding Thanksgiving menu:
Eggnog on arrival. Starters include customer favorite dishes such as Goat’s Cheese Bon Bons & Steamed Local Mussels with Gubbeen Chorizo. Secondly, our Mains include takes on Classic American Thanksgiving with Turkey & Ham with an Irish Twist- enhance your entrees with a Roasted Rump of famous Slaney Valley Lamb or locally caught Seabass & Prawns. Thirdly for Dessert, we’ll have Pumpkin Pie & Candy corn.
The Old Storehouse
If you want a traditional American meal followed by some traditional Irish music (and whiskey), then The Old Storehouse are there to welcome you. It’s a lovely, large pub with a big capacity so if you’re looking for a sit down meal with a big gang, then this is a good option. Website.
The Square Ball
The Square Ball are a somewhat more casual option for Thanksgiving. They specialise in BBQ chicken and they’re turning their attention to Turkey for this meal. They’ll be showing some NFl and US movies. Their menu reads as follows:
Mac and Cheese bites
Smoked applewood and cheddar cheese macaroni with bourbon bbq sauce.
Cherry Smoked Free Range Turkey
Cherry wood smoked Hogan Farms Free Range Woodland Bronze Turkey, slow roasted honey glazed carrots with sesame seeds and toasted almonds, charred greens, sausage stuffing served with house gravy.
Comes with a choice of ember baked sweet potatoes or hand cut chips
Pecan Pie, whipped cream
If you’re looking for pubs in Dublin that show NFL, we’ve got a list of all of them. Link.
The Woolshed have a long standing Thanksgiving tradition in the bar, ebing as it is a hub for sporting fans of every nationality living in Dublin. They’ll be serving some US favourites and showing all of the NFL.