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Category Archives: Lists

Service Please! When pubs had bells to call for a pint.

Over the last few years we’ve tried to pay as much detail as possible to the world around us. Or the pubs around us to be more accurate. Frequently it’s the small details of a bygone time that make for the most interesting features of a pub. There’s match strikes embedded into the walls, gas […]

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11 small areas for drinks with a difference.

There’s all sorts of nooks and hidden areas dotted around the pubs of Dublin. They’re nice little hideaways from the crowds and offer a small bit of privacy for you and your friends while also giving you the comforts of the pub. 57 The Headline ‘Snug’ The snug in 57 The Headline on Clanbrassil Street […]

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Where to get a lovely bowl of coddle in Dublin pubs.

If you’re not familiar with this most Dublin of dishes, please allow us to educate you. Coddle is a traditional Dublin dish that incorporates slow cooking root vegetables and available meats. The ingredients include potatoes, onion, bacon, and sausages at the recipe’s most bare bones. The ingredients are combined in a pot and cooked low […]

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The best pub related clips from the RTE archives.

We’re frequently tagged in videos related to pubs released by the RTE archives on their twitter account. They’re a brilliant snap shot into the past and give us rare examples of pub interiors going back to the 1960s. The videos are all hosted on the RTE site so we can’t embed them here, but we […]

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8 intimate private rooms for parties in pubs.

So, you’re looking for a party room for a group of around 20-60 people? You want somewhere that people will feel comfortable and will fill the space well without it feeling empty. Here’s a number of good options for you. Please note that some of the rooms will have a fire fee attached to them […]

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Statues and busts in Dublin pubs.

Dublin pubs like to celebrate famous or well known patrons that have graced the doors of the pub. Some for their talent in music, some in sports, and others for their contribution to the industry as a whole. We’ve collected a small sample of statues and busts on display in Dublin pubs. As always, if […]

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Dublin pubs opening for the rugby World Cup.

Ireland go into the rugby World Cup in Japan in high spirits and with the support of the nation behind them. Unfortunately for us a lot of Ireland’s pool games are early morning. Fortunately for us several Dublin pubs will be opening early for breakfast to show the games so you can still watch them […]

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8 Dublin pubs showing the NFL this season.

For a good few years now viewership and interest in NFL in Dublin has been on the up. Some pubs started to dip their toes in showing the games and they’ve stuck with it as the fans prove more than fair weather. Here’s a few places around the city where you can find some or […]

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7 Dublin pubs for great seafood

As an island nation we’re able to serve up some of the best quality and freshest seafood in Europe. You might not see it on the menu as often as you might like, but there are several pubs that put seafood front and centre on their menu and show just how delicious it can be. […]

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11 Pubs to watch the new Premier League season

There’s no shortage of TV screens in pubs around Dublin, but we’ve narrowed down the field a little bit and concentrated on a few pubs that wouldn’t be considered out and out sports bars. Just for fun. We’ll have another list of excellent sports bars in the city very soon. As always, let us know […]

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5 Dublin pubs owned by Irish rugby players

A number of Irish sportsmen have, over the years, entered the pub business following their retirement from their chosen sport. From boxer Dan Donnelly running Fallons Capstan Bar in The Coombe in the early 1800s to rugby player Trevor Brennan’s ‘De Danu’ in Toulouse there has been a strong tradition of competitors owning pubs in […]

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6 inventive ideas for a work night out.

Naturally, with this being Publin.ie, we’re going to suggest a few options that involve the pub or alcohol based events for your work night out. Make Your Own Beer! (And have a tipple while you do it) The Artisan Brew Academy on Thomas Street offer a really inventive group activity in the form of making […]

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