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Category Archives: Late License

Turks Head

1400 capacity, 4 bars , late 7 nights per week , live music from all over the world . MOJITOS our speciality €5….. book any party or dj free LIVE MUSIC:WEEKLY FROM 11 FREE ENTRY MONDAY :REGGAE THURSDAY :SKA AND REGGAE FRIDAY:FLAMENCO SAT:LIVE DISCOBRAZILIAN MUSIC AND FUNK SUNDAY:LIVE FUNK<SOUL< MOWTOWN>

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Rody Bolands

Rody Bolands is one of Dublin’s oldest Licensed Premises, previously known as Streets, The Concorde, The Hideaway, Kennedy’s etc… Previous owners included men from Dublin, Cavan, Leitrim, Galway, Tipperary, Cork & other Counties. Rodys is a Genuine, Unique old style Bar & Grocery. Founded in 1878 in Nenagh, County Tipperary, by the Mc Mahon Family […]

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McSorleys of ranelagh

McSorleys Ranelagh opens 7 nights and opens late Thursday Friday & Saturday till 2am. We have a huge selection of beers, wines by the glass and spirits. We have recently introduced a range of craft beers such as O’Haras pale ale, Galway Hooker, Creans, Trouble Brewing to name but a few. We intend to increase […]

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Sinnotts

Sinnotts is a traditional style bar, which is home to a large collection of original literary pictures and prints from a collection of Irish artists and writers, including James Joyce. The bar is renowned for it’s carvery lunches and even better pints. Popular with locals, tourists, the sporting fanatics, and anyone who wants to enjoy […]

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Exchequer, The

Since opening our doors in October 2009, The Exchequer has gone from strength to strength. Awards for best pub food in Dublin 2010 and best gastropub in Ireland 2010, coupled with a listing in Bridgestone’s 100 best restaurants in Ireland guide and recommendations from Paolo Tullio and Lucinda O’ Sullivan have propelled The Exchequer to […]

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Portobello, The

While staying in the Portobello Hotel in Dublin one can enjoy a leisurely drink alongside the canal where we have seating outside the Portobello bar as shown in the picture. For many generations, guests staying in this wonderful hotel accommodation in Dublin have enjoyed the electric atmosphere and good fun associated with the Portobello bar, […]

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Karma Stone, The

Karma Stone Cafe/ Bar on Wexford Street, Dublin 2 is a new concept in cocktail bars. Our bar serves the best of imported beer, an amazing range of wild cocktails and a really funky bar menu. Check us out Facebook to see our resident Dj’s, our weekly cocktail offers and review our upcoming events. With great entertainment […]

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Fibber Magees

Located just off O’Connell Street in the heart of Dublin City our venue is popular among locals and visitors to the area alike. With Live bands playing every Friday, Saturday and Sunday and with an Entertainment area including pool tables, fruit machines, comfortable seating areas and a beer garden in a  stylish decor this is […]

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Woolshed, The

About The Baa The Shed’s History After working in many of Dublin’s finest bars for over 10 years, Geoff Waddell from the Blue Mountains, Australia, decided it was time Dublin got a true taste of the Southern Hemisphere and The Woolshed Baa and Grill was opened on the 23rd of January 2003. Three days later […]

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Lombard, The

Situated on the doorstep of Trinity College and a stone’s throw from the Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin’s financial centre the IFSC and the Convention Centre Dublin (CCD), The Lombard is an oasis from the hustle and bustle of the city. Formerly Mahaffy’s, The Lombard has been carefully renovated by The Smith Group and architects Space […]

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Dakota

The Dakota Bar opened in June 2000 on Dublin’s South William Street. For decades, South William Street was the centre of the Rag Trade in Dublin – Dakota used to house the fabric warehouse for nearby Grafton Street’s Switzer’s Department Store. Switzers is now long gone and has been replaced by uber fancy department store, […]

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Porterhouse Temple Bar

The Porterhouse in Temple Bar opened in 1996 as Dublin’s first pub brewery. Ireland then (and now, arguably) was a beer desert and being the cheeky chappies that we are, we managed to gain maximum publicity by naming a beer Weiserbuddy (you’d be a wiser buddy to drink this beer) and probably the best lager […]

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Porterhouse Central

Located on Nassau Street at the bottom of Grafton Street with access of Adams Court. Porterhouse Central houses which is possibly the longest bar in Dublin. Over the years it has gone through many incarnations originally known as Kidds, which was a hangout for various luminaries at the time including the infamous Cairo squad who […]

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Bleeding Horse

A large and historic pub on 2 levels. Usually a very mixed crowd of all ages, with excellent drinks specials and a lively atmosphere to match. A great sporting venue and a place with a lot of character. [table id=109 /]

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Bull and Castle

German beer hall and gastro pub with a huge selection of international beers. It’s a good idea to book a table for this place as it can get quite busy. If you do book, they’ll look after you with a few beers and some finger food. Weekly specials and excellent food.  

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Cafe en Seine

Enjoy a laid back café style experience by day. Lunch is served daily from noon where the menu features a selection of hot dishes, delicious soups, gourmet sandwiches and baguettes along with an excellent selection of coffees and yummy pastries. By night, Cafe en Seine turns into one of Dublin’s most stylish bars offering an […]

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