post-title Dublin pubs open with limited outdoor capacity

Dublin pubs open with limited outdoor capacity

Dublin pubs open with limited outdoor capacity

Dublin pubs open with limited outdoor capacity
The new ‘Palazzo’ at the front of The Palace on Fleet Street

A number of Dublin pubs are remaining open in line with the government’s level 3 regulations that no more than 15 people can be served in an outdoor setting. Here’s the current and ever-updating list for you.

Some of these pubs may only be open on specific days and mya require booking. Consult their social media.

The €9 meal with a drink still applies.

  • The 51, Haddington Road
  • The Bankers, Dame Lane
  • The Palace, Fleet Street
  • The Swan, Aungier St
  • The Bridge, Ballsbridge
  • The Waterloo, Baggot St
  • Lemon and Duke, Royal Hibernian Way
  • Toner’s, Baggot St
  • Dame Tavern, Dame Lane
  • Gasworks, Grand Canal St Upper
  • Oscars, Smithfield
  • The Belfry, Stoneybatter
  • The Jar, Wexford St
  • Rascal’s Inchicore
  • Cleary’s, Inchicore
  • Hedigans, Glasnevin
  • The Paddocks, Clonee
  • The Bath, Bath Avenue
  • Kimchi Hop House, Parnell St
  • Mother Reilly’s, Rathmines
  • Camden Bites, Camden St
  • Wigwam, Abbey St
  • Davy Byrnes, Duke St
  • Huck’s, Camden St
  • Tolka House
  • Kealy’s, Cloghran
  • Fitzsimons, Temple Bar
  • Clonskeagh House
  • The Kestrel
  • Brewdog, Grand Canal
  • Bar Rua, Clarendon St
  • The Fourth Corner, Kevin St
  • Open Gate Brewery
  • The Globe
  • Brady’s, Terenure
  • Irishtown House
  • Ashton’s, Clonskeagh
  • Mary’s, Wicklow St
  • Harkin’s, Dublin 8
  • Porterhouse Central
  • Fowler’s, Malahide
  • Bar 1661
  • No Name, Fade St
  • The Yacht, Clontarf
  • Lucky’s, Meath St
  • Peggy Kelly’s, Harold’s Cross
  • Sandymount House