Pubs for GAA fans during and after the game in Dublin.

We’ll do our best to keep everyone happy with this list, but pubs and the GAA can be a contentious issue! There’s always backlash as to why certain pubs haven’t made the list. Suffice to say, as always, we take suggestions for which pubs should also be included in this list, so let us know […]

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There’s a delicious pop up bringing food to The Barbers Bar.

We’re more than delighted to report that there will very soon be opening a pop up in The Barbers in Grangegorman, bringing food to the pub. It’s a very welcome development. Before this, the pub had everything going for it- dog friendly, good beers on tap, well priced G and T, an outdoor area, interesting […]

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4th of July Parties in Dublin Pubs.

57 The headline The Headline are celebrating in typical fashion mixing good beer with good food. For €20 you get 2 drinks and one main course. They’re doing BBQ style food and American beers like those from Odell brewing, Founders, and Sierra Nevada. Link. For those unfamiliar with the pub, they’re known for having a […]

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A Sunday Swan Session.

The Swan on Aungier Street is one of those Dublin pubs famed for its natural ambience created by the sound of dozens of concurrent conversations. No piped in music, only chats. With all that said, it might surprise you to hear that they have a weekly Sunday trad session. It takes place in the old […]

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Barney Kiernan’s pub from Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’ is up for sale.

The building on Little Britain Street that once contained ‘Barney Kiernan’s’ pub is up for sale as a mixed commercial and residential property. It no longer retains a pub license. Barney Kiernan’s pub featured prominently in James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’, which was set in 1904 and followed the protagonist Leopold Bloom on a journey around Dublin. […]

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Sun Spots and Beer Gardens on Dublin’s Northside

O’Sheas, Talbot Street O’Shea’s on Talbot Street have a brand new beer garden that looks the business. They’ve got a bar, plenty of seating, cool design features that echo rural Ireland, and a screen for matches. The Barbers, Grangegorman At the front of The Barbers there is a cul-de-sac in which you can bring a […]

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Thursday Tipples at The Church. 2 for 1 cocktails and more.

The Church on Mary Street refers to itself as ‘Dublin’s most beautiful bar’, and it’s hard to disagree. We’ve often waxed lyrical about what a stunning venue this is for a meal, drinks, or a night out. Now, we’ve come across another reason to visit, especially on a Thursday. Thursday Tipples in The Church is […]

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