This Clontarf pub has been in the Connolly family since 1927. Over 80 years on and you still find three generations of the Connolly family working here. Connollys, is commonly known as The Sheds to locals. The name ‘The Sheds’ refers back to the old fishing village of Clontarf and is just part of the […]read more
Dublin Pubs Open For Food and Drink in December (and take away drinks)
From Friday 4th of December some of Dublin's pubs will be allowed to open for food and drinks.
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 remaini
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