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Toners

  Situated on Baggot Street at the corner of Roger’s Lane which is named after the first owner Andrew Rogers in 1818. The pub is currently named after James Toner who the was licensee in 1923. He developed the pub as a bar and grocery shop. Toner’s is one of Dublin’s oldest and most famous […]

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Doheny and Nesbitt

Located on one of Dublin’s most famous streets – Baggot Street, Doheny and Nesbitt public house is surrounded by renowned landmarks – The Dail (House of Parliment), Grafton Street, Trinity College, Stephen’s Green and Lansdowne Road. Otherwise known in literary and debating circles as the ‘The Doheny & Nesbitt School of Economics’! is situated a […]

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Fibber Magees

Located just off O’Connell Street in the heart of Dublin City our venue is popular among locals and visitors to the area alike. With Live bands playing every Friday, Saturday and Sunday and with an Entertainment area including pool tables, fruit machines, comfortable seating areas and a beer garden in a  stylish decor this is […]

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T.P. Smiths

T.P. Smiths is a deceptive pub from the outside in that the cosy traditional facade houses an impressive open multi-level interior. Here you’ll find a wide variety of large open as well as small intimate spaces in which to enjoy a quiet drink with the newspaper or a more lively night out with friends. The […]

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The Pint Bar and Venue

Do you rememberthe Liffey bar, Charlie P’s, Soul 28? Well now it’s “The Pint”. The Pint building was built in 1768. Initially it was a Hotel on the banks of the River Liffey which in those days was used as a busy shipping lane. In fact, the 2nd floor music venue has changed very little […]

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Lanigans

Situated in the heart of the City Centre, Lanigan’s is an authentic Irish Pub with a cosy atmosphere, and great hospitality.  Frequented by both Cast and Crew from the nearby Abbey Theatre you will feel like you have step back in time. [table id=66 /] [table id=67 /]

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Harbour Master, The

Rebuilt from the shell of the old harbour master’s office, this wonderful Bar & Restaurant combines the feel of a warm, old-style pub with a modern dining room and private function area. With its antique wooden floor, hidden nooks and high ceilings providing a warm comfortable and relaxing atmosphere it’s the perfect place to lunch […]

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Fitzgeralds

Ideally situated on Aston Quay, in Dublin’s thriving Temple Bar district, Fitzgerald’s is everything you could possibly want in a traditional Irish pub.  A classic Dublin pub it has an old time feel with cozy snugs built around a Victorian style bar and comfortable seating from where you can while away hours just watching the […]

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Blarney Inn, The

A traditional Irish bar, we serve traditional Irish food and have regular live Irish music. Blarney Inn offer a daily menu for lunch along with our food emporium menu. Make sure you check out our specials – these change daily! The Blarney Inn is only minutes away from all the main attractions in Dublin. Why […]

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Devitts

Devitts is a great place for any type of session. With music sessions from Thurs-Sat and also a great bar to watch all types of sport      

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Church, The

Known simply as The Church, we are Dublin’s most unique establishment. With five distinct settings on four levels. The Church is the ‘local’ of choice for native Dubliners and has wowed visitors from all over the world who come to experience the very special athmosphere. The spectacular surroundings together with the special ambiance and atmosphere […]

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Thomas House, The

Thomas House is the finest dive bar in Dublin city. Welcoming all miscreants and weirdos. Punks, Rockabillys, Psychobillys, Indie heads, metallers and those who escape definition are counted amongst our regulars. The doors to Thomas House are now open. We carry a large range of drinks like Budvar, Pilsner Urquell, Macardles ale, Tiger, Peroni, Bass, […]

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Living Room, The

A downtown sports and party bar. We have the largest selection of live sport in Ireland, the best beer garden, coolest cocktails and late bars all weekend! [table id=86 /] [table id=87 /]

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Woolshed, The

About The Baa The Shed’s History After working in many of Dublin’s finest bars for over 10 years, Geoff Waddell from the Blue Mountains, Australia, decided it was time Dublin got a true taste of the Southern Hemisphere and The Woolshed Baa and Grill was opened on the 23rd of January 2003. Three days later […]

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