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Pubs open St. Stephen’s Day

Here’s a list of pubs definitely opening today. We’ll update it as we find more. – The Norseman from 1pm – Searson’s of Baggot Street from 2pm – Everleigh Garden from 11pm – The Living Room – The Bridge 1859 – Trinity Bar Venue – Dice Bar from 5pm – Bad Bobs Temple Bar – […]

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Pubs that are NOT allowing 12 pubs of Christmas groups. A list.

Edit: View updated list for 2015. Link.   Some city bars have decided this year that they do not want to participate in the recently created 12 pubs of Christmas tradition. Reasons vary from an inability to cope with an influx of people, complaints from regular customers, or rude and inappropriate behaviour from previous groups. […]

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The pubs of Love/Hate

Love/Hate returns this week and always to the forefront are the pubs visited by Fran, Nidge, and the rest of the boyos. Here we have for you a list of pubs that have appeared in the show, and we’re even giving you a few rules if you want to turn some of them into a […]

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Tax free day in Dublin pubs

This Thursday sees the launch of a one day campaign by several publicans around the city to highlight the amount of tax Irish people pay through VAT and excise on the alcohol that they buy in licensed premises. The campaign, which is unofficial and not linked to the Vintners Federation, is dropping the price of […]

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Great first date pubs in Dublin

Best first date pubs in Dublin You’ve swiped right on Tinder, had the chats, and now comes the times to pick a venue and put your best foot forward. It’s always a brain wracker when looking for first date pubs. What does my choice of pub say about myself, will there be people I know […]

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Most haunted Dublin pubs (sort of)

Take a trip to all your favourite ‘haunts’ around the spectortacular Dublin city centre. Brazen Head- Haunted by the ghost of Robert Emmet, who was hanged nearby in 1803. His executioner was a regular too! The Bull and Castle- Said to be haunted by the ghost of poet James Clarence Mangan. The temperature dips when […]

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