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Here are some of the pubs in Dublin showing the 2013 super bowl. Most are having ticketed parties, so try to purchase early. We have provided links to either their websites or the facebook event.
Peadar Kearney’s have 4 screens downstairs showing this and a 120 inch projector screen. Tickets €6 Link
Capitol Lounge are having a free event on 14 screens with hot dogs, popcorn, a bottle beer bucket for €20, €5 cocktails. No ticket needed required, but you can still reserve a table for added comfort. Link
Buskers Temple Bar will be showing it on 12 screens and 2 big screens. Drink promos on the night. No mention of a cover charge or tickets. Link
The Woolshed are showing this in their dedicated sports bar with bleachers and massive screens. Their website says no cover charge, but you do have to get tickets through their site. (Booking system down until Wednesday the 16th of Jan). Link
The Portobello showed the game last year and are big into NFL, so there’s not much doubt they’re showing it this year even though we don’t see a mention of it on their facebook page.
Captain Americas will, of course, be showing the game. This is their 15th year showing the game and tickets sell out fast, so email Garvan@captainamericas.com to reserve. 3 heineken of 3 coors light for €10 on the night. Link
Trinity Bar will surely showing this and we’ll have further details when they create a facebook event. Link
DTwo will be showing it on their ’20 foot monster screen in their beer garden and on 11 big screens throughout the venue. Complimentary wings for all during the game. To book email Gary@dtwonightclub.com or call 01-4764603 Link
 Rody Bolands in rathmines will be showing it once again this year with complimentary hot dogs and popcorn stand. Longnecks €4, all shots €3 Link
 Harrys on the green will be showing it in conjunction with Dublin Rebels. It’s a tickets only event and these are available for €10. Details available at the following link Link
 Sinnott’s have 10 large screens on which to show the game. This is a free, non-ticketed event. However, you can reserve a table by emailing info@sinnotts.ie Link
Fibber Magees some of the best drinks specials available on the night for their free event. Pints from €3.70
Pitchers from €11
Vodka + Mixer €3
Jager €3
Mickey Finns €3
Pitcher JD/Captain Morgan/Cocktail €16
3x Jager or Agwa bombs €10 Link
The Living Roomshould be a very good venue for this, considering it is a sports bar with several massive screens. They’ll be providing a hot dog machine, candy floss machine, desperados promos, American guest beers and more. Link
Paddy Cullens in Ballsbridge will be showing it and will give you a free hot dog with your first bottle of miller. Budweiser pints are €4 Link
McSorleys of Ranelagh will be putting on a party of their own. They have several screens around the bar, including one in their heated smoking area. All American craft beers are €4 on the night. Brooklyn lagers, Goose Island IPA & Sierra Nevadas also only €4. Hot dogs available all night.
Everleigh Garden has an expansive and well heated outdoor area. They will be providing hot dogs, rodeo, and beer pong on the night. Link

The Boars Head on Capel street will be showing the action from 10pm on their big screens.
Porterhouse central, The Bleeding Horse, . usually show it and we’ll have more information on them soon.

Category Archives: Super Bowl

Here are some of the pubs in Dublin showing the 2013 super bowl. Most are having ticketed parties, so try to purchase early. We have provided links to either their websites or the facebook event.
Peadar Kearney’s have 4 screens downstairs showing this and a 120 inch projector screen. Tickets €6 Link
Capitol Lounge are having a free event on 14 screens with hot dogs, popcorn, a bottle beer bucket for €20, €5 cocktails. No ticket needed required, but you can still reserve a table for added comfort. Link
Buskers Temple Bar will be showing it on 12 screens and 2 big screens. Drink promos on the night. No mention of a cover charge or tickets. Link
The Woolshed are showing this in their dedicated sports bar with bleachers and massive screens. Their website says no cover charge, but you do have to get tickets through their site. (Booking system down until Wednesday the 16th of Jan). Link
The Portobello showed the game last year and are big into NFL, so there’s not much doubt they’re showing it this year even though we don’t see a mention of it on their facebook page.
Captain Americas will, of course, be showing the game. This is their 15th year showing the game and tickets sell out fast, so email Garvan@captainamericas.com to reserve. 3 heineken of 3 coors light for €10 on the night. Link
Trinity Bar will surely showing this and we’ll have further details when they create a facebook event. Link
DTwo will be showing it on their ’20 foot monster screen in their beer garden and on 11 big screens throughout the venue. Complimentary wings for all during the game. To book email Gary@dtwonightclub.com or call 01-4764603 Link
 Rody Bolands in rathmines will be showing it once again this year with complimentary hot dogs and popcorn stand. Longnecks €4, all shots €3 Link
 Harrys on the green will be showing it in conjunction with Dublin Rebels. It’s a tickets only event and these are available for €10. Details available at the following link Link
 Sinnott’s have 10 large screens on which to show the game. This is a free, non-ticketed event. However, you can reserve a table by emailing info@sinnotts.ie Link
Fibber Magees some of the best drinks specials available on the night for their free event. Pints from €3.70
Pitchers from €11
Vodka + Mixer €3
Jager €3
Mickey Finns €3
Pitcher JD/Captain Morgan/Cocktail €16
3x Jager or Agwa bombs €10 Link
The Living Roomshould be a very good venue for this, considering it is a sports bar with several massive screens. They’ll be providing a hot dog machine, candy floss machine, desperados promos, American guest beers and more. Link
Paddy Cullens in Ballsbridge will be showing it and will give you a free hot dog with your first bottle of miller. Budweiser pints are €4 Link
McSorleys of Ranelagh will be putting on a party of their own. They have several screens around the bar, including one in their heated smoking area. All American craft beers are €4 on the night. Brooklyn lagers, Goose Island IPA & Sierra Nevadas also only €4. Hot dogs available all night.
Everleigh Garden has an expansive and well heated outdoor area. They will be providing hot dogs, rodeo, and beer pong on the night. Link

The Boars Head on Capel street will be showing the action from 10pm on their big screens.
Porterhouse central, The Bleeding Horse, . usually show it and we’ll have more information on them soon.

Everleigh Garden

  70% Outdoors, 30% Indoors and 100% Friendly. We’re bringing a new nightclub experience to a Dublin scene in need of something different.Centrally located on Harcourt Street, Everleigh Garden is a unique nightclub experience. An electric atmosphere where our garden comes to life. This is a club for everyone.Our music policy caters for everyone, from […]

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Paddy Cullens

Located in the heart of Ballsbridge on Merrion Road, Paddy Cullens and Mary Macs is an ideal location for the discerning customer to enjoy a drink or fine food in good company and pleasant traditional surroundings. Our function room is available with parties between 50 and 150 catered for. Please contact us to discuss any […]

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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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Trinity bar

Lively fast-paced venue right in the heart of the City where Temple Bar meets Dame Street.  Offering the best in eats and drinks.  You will be welcomed warmly, be impressed with our range of beers, spirits and dining options.  Live music nightly and every weekend Club Havana comes to life and entertains the party people!  

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Boars Head

The Boars Head is situated on Capel Street in Dublin’s market area. It is a traditional, old style Dublin pub with a Celtic feel. The atmosphere is relaxed and conversational with music playing in the background not imposing on your chats with old and new friends.There are two bar areas, the main bar as you […]

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Peadar Kearneys

Peadar Kearney’s on Dame street is a traditional pub with strong historic roots. The pub is named after a musician who composed Amhrán na bhFiann (The Irish national anthem). They continue this tradition with nightly traditional, toe tapping music. One of the regular musicians, Brian Brody, is a must see for any tourist visiting the […]

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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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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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Harrys on the green

We offer premier cocktails, friendly and efficient service in a relaxed, comfortable environment. Over 90 superb cocktails and great food, serving lunch and dinner. We’re located at the side entrance to St Stephens Green Shopping mall. Great food served lunch and dinner with daily specials Only the freshest of produce is used in preparing our […]

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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.

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Buskers

Buskers is a lively, modern & contemporary bar, and a well known landmark in a vibrant and hugely popular part of  Dublin city centre. Located on Fleet Street, Buskers is literally a stones throw from O’Connell Bridge, and around the corner from Trinity College, within the popular Temple Bar area. Buskers first opened in August 1993 and has maintained […]

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Dtwo

d|two offers its customers a sophisticated blend of modern surroundings, great atmosphere with fast, friendly and efficient service. It is complimented by a really tasty bar food menu and a mouth watering cocktail menu. Not to mention our award winning carvery with all dishes priced at €6.95 from Monday – Friday 12pm – 2.30pm. d|two have […]

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Capitol lounge

Situated in the heart of Dublin’s fashionable village quarter, at the top of South Great Georges Street, Capitol Lounge is one of Dublin City Centre’s premier establishments. Seven nights a week, Capitol serves up a cosmopolitan mix of excellent drinks, great music and sophisticated surroundings, catering for the discerning customer who wants a little more. […]

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