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8 great Steak meal deals in Dublin pubs

Ned O’Sheas- Wednesday     Wednesday is steak night in Ned O’Shea’s on Lower Bridge Street. From 4-7pm you get a complimentary glass of local beer with your steak. Menu.   The Hill- Monday and Tuesday     The Hill in Ranelagh have a superb steak deal on Mondays and Tuesdays, where they offer a […]

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Here’s some Vegan food options in Dublin pubs

Veganism seems to becoming a more popular diet in Ireland and that is beginning to be reflected in some of the cities pubs. Here’s a few pubs who have some good options for vegans who want to eat out and know in advance that there’s something there for them. As with all of our lists, […]

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11 Dublin pubs with interesting past lives

Going through any archive related to Dublin pubs, you begin to realise that there are a huge amount of buildings around the city that were once used as pubs at one time or another, only to be refurbished and changed to suit another use. The reverse is also quite true, with many of today’s Dublin […]

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Beer gardens on the Northside of Dublin city

A bit of space to sit outside and enjoy a pint can be a rare thing in Dublin. Even rarer is the weather to enjoy it. As we’re having a great Summer at the moment, it’s only fitting that we give you the low down on some great beer gardens to sit outside and relax […]

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Book Doyle’s snug bar all for yourself

  Doyle’s in Phibsboro has changed hands and undergone a major renovation in recent times and it’s looking smashing altogether. We’re always being asked for help finding venues for parties around town and this new look Doyles has a superb new ‘snug’ bar area available to hire.     The space holds around 60 people […]

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Why Devitts is a hub for GAA during and after the game

  There’s some pubs that are associated with a particular sport or event and always draw a crowd because people know that it always draws a crowd. On certain days of the year there’s going to be an atmosphere. Devitts on Camden Street is one such pub. Prior to the redesign of the pub there […]

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The Haunted Dublin Pub Crawl- Private Pub Crawls

The Haunted Dublin Pub Crawl: Dublin is a city with an ancient past and every ancient city has it’s myths and rumours of the macabre. We stroll through the medieval and early Viking era areas of the city, visiting pubs with histories of hauntings and stories that are sure to put a chill up you. […]

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James Joyce’s Dublin Pub Crawl- Private Pub Crawls

James Joyce’s Dublin Pub Crawl:   James Joyce was Ireland’s most famous literary export and his novel ‘Ulysses’ intrigues people the world over to this day. Joyce worked out of Dublin pubs, writing some of his work there, and based many of his stories in the bars and snugs of the city. This tour is […]

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The Publess Pub Crawl/Joyce’s Riddle- Private Pub Crawls

  The Publess Pub Crawl/Joyce’s Riddle: “Good puzzle would be to cross Dublin without passing a pub”- Leopold Bloom from James Joyce’s Ulysses. Joyce’s riddle has been solved and only one route exists crossing Dublin city without passing a pub, so get your walking boots on to explore parts of the city that you’re unlikely […]

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The Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl- Private Pub Crawls

The Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl:   This is definitely one for music lovers hoping to immerse themselves in traditional Irish music. over the course of 3 hours we will bring you around 4 of Dublin’s best pubs for live music. You’ll get to experience authentic Irish sessions and upbeat atmospheres as we move across […]

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