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Category Archives: Lists

Pubs for GAA fans during and after the game in Dublin.

We’ll do our best to keep everyone happy with this list, but pubs and the GAA can be a contentious issue! There’s always backlash as to why certain pubs haven’t made the list. Suffice to say, as always, we take suggestions for which pubs should also be included in this list, so let us know […]

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4th of July Parties in Dublin Pubs.

57 The headline The Headline are celebrating in typical fashion mixing good beer with good food. For €20 you get 2 drinks and one main course. They’re doing BBQ style food and American beers like those from Odell brewing, Founders, and Sierra Nevada. Link. For those unfamiliar with the pub, they’re known for having a […]

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Sun Spots and Beer Gardens on Dublin’s Northside

O’Sheas, Talbot Street O’Shea’s on Talbot Street have a brand new beer garden that looks the business. They’ve got a bar, plenty of seating, cool design features that echo rural Ireland, and a screen for matches. The Barbers, Grangegorman At the front of The Barbers there is a cul-de-sac in which you can bring a […]

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Dog Friendly Pubs in Dublin

It has become increasingly common for pubs to allow dogs into the pub to accompany their owner for a few scoops, some food, and for the dog, a few treats and a bowl of water. Some pubs have seen a real uptake in custom as a result of encouraging dog owners to join them. Some […]

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11 pubs for the quintessential Irish Coffee in Dublin

Since the 1940’s the Irish Coffee has been a staple of Irish pubs and bars here and abroad. It’s a winter warmer that keeps you toasty and perks you up (so long as you don’t go mad on them). A shot of whiskey, a spoon of sugar, some rich roast coffee, and a head of […]

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8 pubs for a great Breakfast in Dublin

The Full Irish is a legendary concoction of the best of Irish meat, eggs, and trimmings. Where better to enjoy this traditional Irish breakfast than in the most traditional of Irish settings, the pub. Ned O’Sheas In Ned O’Shea’s on Lower Bridge Street you can get a Full Irish breakfast with tea or coffee and […]

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A number of Dublin pubs are now producing their own whiskey.

The future will see a number larger number of Dublin pubs joining forces with distilleries, contracting them to produce their own personalised whiskeys available for sale in the pub. A large number of pubs are already doing the same with craft breweries in the city. At the moment, we know of a few pubs who […]

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Con Houlihan in the pub. Statues, busts, and paintings.

  Con Houlihan was one of Ireland’s best known and well respected  sports writers of the last century. He wrote eloquently detailed articles about a range of sports for the Irish Press, Evening Press, and Sunday Press. It’s no secret that a lot of his time was spent in the various pubs of Dublin. Some […]

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Dublin pubs with live music 7 nights a week

Dublin is a city blessed with musical pubs. A lot of places to in for a bit of a trad session only at the weekend when it’s busy, but some places have musicians playing mostly traditional fare every day of the week. Here’s a few spots that are good for a music session and have […]

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