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Category Archives: Lists

Tempus Fugit: The old clocks of Dublin pubs.

It’s rare that you stop and look up in a city with such narrow streets. When you do, you’ll notice that a surprising number of pubs in the city have clocks outside them. Some are old, some are not so old. We’re not yet sure why, but we think it’s important to catalogue these curiosities […]

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Where to get mulled wine in Dublin pubs

So you want to sit in a cosy pub with a mulled wine after getting all the shopping done. Here’s some options for you.   The Church   Where better to have a seasonal treat than in the epic surroundings of The Church, which will be decked out in festive decoration.   Sober Lane   […]

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10 hidden hideaway rooms in Dublin pubs

They’re not quite snugs, and they’re definitely not function rooms. We’ve come up with a collection of small rooms or areas in pubs that give you a bit more privacy than other spaces. They’re cosy little offshoots from the bar, walled off corners, and mezzanines that elevate you out of the way. This list is […]

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The neon signs of Dublin pubs

Areas around O’Connell street and Parnell street used to be lit fiercely by neon signs advertising pubs in the 50s and 60s. Buzzing bright lights would burn ‘The Parnell Mooney’ and such pub names into your eyes. These days they’re a lot less intrusive, and less numerous. We’ve put together a few photos of the […]

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The 100 things to do in Dublin pubs.

The Dublin pub is a place with varying charms, varying draws, and a whole lot of things to do. We wanted to celebrate this diversity of choice by showing you a list of 100 things to do in Dublin pubs. The idea is that a pub can only appear once, and the experiences have to […]

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Dublin’s next top coddle

If stew is the most traditional dish on the island of Ireland, then coddle is the most traditional dish of Dublin. Typically it’s boiled spuds, bacon, sausages, and onion, and maybe a few herbs. The recipe varies depending on who’s mammy you’re talking to, but they’re the staple ingredients. Coddle was a dish that you […]

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