Thomas House, The

Thomas House is the finest dive bar in Dublin city. Welcoming all miscreants and weirdos. Punks, Rockabillys, Psychobillys, Indie heads, metallers and those who escape definition are counted amongst our regulars. The doors to Thomas House are now open. We carry a large range of drinks like Budvar, Pilsner Urquell, Macardles ale, Tiger, Peroni, Bass, […]

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Living Room, The

A downtown sports and party bar. We have the largest selection of live sport in Ireland, the best beer garden, coolest cocktails and late bars all weekend!

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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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Pifko

Pifko bar is new Czech and Slovak bar in Dublin. Top quality food made out of the freshest ingredients. Great selection of domestic brews, international lagers, stouts and ales. We focus on Czech and Slovakian beers and spirits for on and off sale

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O’Sheas Merchant

O’Shea’s Merchant Bar has been written about in song and story, A True Irish Pub, its walls are adorned with pictures & memorabilia from times past creating a wonderful old world atmosphere. O’Shea’s Merchant embraces the culture of Ireland through music & dancing, and its dedication to offering the customer exceptional customer care and a […]

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Grand Central, The

  The Grand Central Café Bar extends you a warm welcome. Why not drop in, whether it’s for a pint and a chat with the friendly staff, or booking in your work colleagues for a fun night of music and dancing in the downstairs bar you’ll be sure to have an excellent evening.If you are taking […]

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O’Sheas (Talbot street)

An institution in the city, renowned for its traditional Irish music & set dancing.  O’Shea’s bar has a wonderful atmosphere and retains its old world character. After a long day why not relax in our bar where our staff are more than happy to look after your every need. Food is served all day offering […]

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Stags Head

You truly capture a sense of the hidden Ireland when you accidentally stumble upon The Stag’s Head. Finding it is akin to discovering a rare treasure as it is concealed through a narrow passageway off Dame Street, although access can also be gained through Exchequer Street or Georges Street. When you enter inside this feeling of discovered […]

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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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Hairy Lemon, The

The enigmatic Hairy Lemon Pub was christened in memory of one of the city’s great characters who was a dog catcher in the 1950’s. He was reputed to boast a lemon shaped visage and a stubble of gooseberry like hair. This most enjoyable drinking establishment is just about as unconventional as it’s namesake. Even the […]

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O’Neills (Pearse street)

Always in full bloom, O’Neills of Pearse Street is a jewel of Victorian splendour. The O’Neill family has held the license here for over a hundred and twenty years. The pub is festooned with flowers throughout the summer and the interior is unspoiled by the passage of time. The local area and pub is steeped […]

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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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Kennedys

Kennedy’s established in 1850 has long since maintained an honourable standing amongst the elite of Dublin’s watering holes. Indeed it once provide more than a sumptuous pint for the residents of Westland Row and Merrion Square as the front part of the establishment used to be a grocery shop. A shop where young Oscar Wilde […]

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Gingerman

The Gingerman is a real all round pub. It serves great food, it has a smoking area, an ever present atmosphere, and it’s own craft beers for those on a budget with a good pallet. A favourite amongst professionals and students alike, it’s ideally located close to Trinity College and Pearse street train station. Well […]

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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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