10 things to do this week in Dublin pubs

Here’s a few ideas for the week ahead   Go on a Publin Historical Pub Crawl!     We’re hosting our second Historical Pub Crawl this week. We take you around 4 of Dublin’s most exceptional and historic pubs. The night will be part walking tour, part pub crawl, where we give you a primer […]

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Rónán O’ Snodaigh of Kila is giving Bodhrán lessons in MVP

  Rónán O’Snodaigh is well known face and name in traditional Irish music circles, and his work with Kila has gained them international recognition. Well, now you have an opportunity to learn from one of the best Bodhrán players and performers in the world in the setting of a Dublin pub. MVP on Clanbrassil Street […]

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The humble spud takes centre stage on the menu in The Pipers

  We’ve long been calling for pubs to make more use of the versatile and tasty spud. Some pubs that don’t have the capacity to offer a full menu sometimes opt to specialise in pizza or sandwiches. One new pub has opted to trial something different. The Piper’s Corner on Marlborough Street is a recently […]

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Inside Scoop: Tramline Hawkins Street

  A few weeks ago we let you know about a new massive bar and venue opening on Hawkin’s Street. We didn’t have too much detail at the time, so we’ve returned now to fill you in. Tramline is split into tow main large areas, the venue with a stage and impressive capacity, and Matzaluna, […]

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A BBQ whatever the weather

  The laneway beer garden in Ned O’Shea’s on Lower Bridge Street is a great asset. Half covered, half exposed (But with the option of a retractable awning) it makes for a good spot whatever the weather. It’s especially welcoming when their mock Guinness gates are inviting you in.     If you’re looking for […]

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Urban Brewing, a new brewery and bar near the quays

  We had the pleasure of attending the launch night of ‘Urban Brewing’, a new bar in and under the CHQ building in the IFSC earlier this week. We though we’d share a few photos and thoughts with you.     Upstairs the bar opens out onto a terrace area, getting plenty of sunlight and […]

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In praise of Dame Lane: a hub of pubs.

  We heard someone say a few years ago that it was no longer a case that individual pubs competed with each other for business, but rather that it was a case of competing areas. Perhaps it’s not so much a case of areas competing, but areas coming together. One of the best examples of […]

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When Brendan Behan painted The Cat and Cage

  The Cat and Cage in Drumcondra is one of the cities oldest pubs, having its origins in the 17th century. For years they’ve done a great trade in food and drink, and even welcomed some famous faces through the doors. Sean O’Casey drank here frequently and wrote about the pub in one of his […]

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Jobs in Dublin pubs 28th August 2017

    Here’s all the jobs in Dublin pubs that we’ve managed to find. Where possible we’ve added how to apply and when the job was last posted. If you want to include a job in this list, please email publinie@gmail.com   Bankers Bar looking for experienced full time bar person with 5 years experience. […]

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8 things for stag and hen parties to do in Dublin

So you’re planning on having your stag or hen in Dublin and you’re looking for a few drinks based activities. Well, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll try and steer you in the right direction. A lot of pubs in Dublin would have a no stag or hen policy, so it pays to do […]

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Pifko bar have a Man Vs Food style burger challenge.

  Pifko Bar on the south quays have been serving up Czech and Slovak food and drink for a good few years. Now they have a burger challenge that would be tough on any stomache. They want you to eat 1.5kg of burger and fries AND drink a pint of beer in 20 minutes. As […]

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