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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Join us on the Publin historical pub crawl.

  Join Publin.ie for a historical pub tour taking in 4 exceptional pubs steeped in the history of the city. We’ll explore the history of each pub and it’s significance in the context of Irish history. Through the prism of the pub we’ll explore literature, sports, rebellions, whiskey, politics, and much more. The tour will […]

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Watch the Women’s Rugby World Cup in Slatterys

  Ireland is hosting a major international rugby tournament this year, the Women’s Rugby World Cup. It may be the biggest sporting event held on Irish soil, bar the Ryder Cup. Slattery’s in Beggar’s Bush is well known as a stopping point on the way to the Aviva stadium, and they are capitalising on their […]

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Preview the Premier League with Johnny Giles

  Buskers on the Ball opened earlier in the year and quickly became a hub for football and just about every other sport going. They’re gearing up for the return of the Premier League with a special preview night in the bar with Leeds and Republic of Ireland legend Johnny Giles. Johnny will give the […]

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12 pubs for great after work drinks and food in Dublin

We’ve made this selection of pubs to have after work drinks and food based on a few criteria. One of the most important is that the pub be large enough so that there’s plenty of space to fit larger groups of people. All of them have finger food options, and can cater for parties big […]

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Quick bites and a beer in The Bankers

  Sometimes when you’re out and about you just have the need to fill a little gap in your belly. You’re not starving, and you don’t want a full meal. You just need something to keep you going. Usually that something is a toasty.The Bankers have a menu of other quick bites to keep you […]

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Jobs in Dublin pubs 20th July 2017

  Here’s all the latest jobs in Dublin pubs that we’ve come across. If you have any more to add to this list, please email publinie@gmail.com We have, when possible, added the date the job was last posted online, and how to apply.   Pygmalion are looking for full time bar and floor staff. Drop […]

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Jimmy Rabbitte’s: The new pub on Camden Street

  There’s a new pub on Camden Street in the grounds of the Camden Palace. It’s called Jimmy Rabbitte’s, after the Roddy Doyle character from the book and film ‘The Commitments’. We ducked our head in last Friday to take a quick look around. First impressions are good. It’s kind of a mix of venues, […]

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4 pubs that celebrate ‘Wings Wednesday’

There’s plenty of pubs in Dublin that have wings on the menu, and they’re by and large, fantastic. But, there’s a few that celebrate spicy goodness on Wings Wednesday with some deals.   McSorleys     McSorleys in Ranelagh offer up wings with fries, and a pint of beer or a glass of house wine […]

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5 Dublin Beer Gardens that you might not know about

We’ve come across a few spots over the last few years that we’ve been told by friends to keep under out hat. Some of them we’ve publicised in the past. Well, now we’re sharing them all with you. Here’s 5 beer gardens that you might not have heard of.   O’Sullivan’s     O’Sullivan’s on […]

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VIDEO: The evolution of the Dublin pub

  A few weeks ago we were lucky enough to attend a talk in the Little Museum of Dublin in the room where their current Dublin pub exhibition is taking place. The talk was given by Kevin Martin, who recently published his book ‘Have Ye No Homes To Go To?’ about the history of the […]

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