Jack Nealons

Jack Nealons is a traditional Irish Pub resting in the heart of Dublin’s city centre. It is situated on Capel Street; one of Dublin’s oldest, most popular and well known shopping streets. The bar was first EST.1905 and the building dates back to the 18th century. The Building is a beautifully preserved authentic Georgian architecture […]

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Chancery Inn

Standing on the site of the long vanished St Saviour’s Dominican priory, the northern bank of the medieval city and today in the shadow of Gandon’s Four Courts, activity on the site of No. 1 Inns Quay is as old as Dublin itself. The current building was erected in 1826 following work carried out by […]

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Legal Eagle, The

The Legal Eagle pub is right beside the Four Courts in Dublin 7, Ireland. Our pub bar / function room are available for your private party, function, meeting, charity fundraiser, Christmas party, live music event or launch. We also work with promoters wishing to use the pub as a live venue in Dublin city centre […]

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Cobblestone

Welcome to the  Cobblestone Pub and Venue in Smithfield, Dublin 7, Ireland. Home of the finest traditional music, best pints of Guinness any man can find and the most laid-back and charming bar staff that you will come across. A combination of them all makes this pub one of the finest pubs that you will […]

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Dice bar

Dice Bar is located on the corner of Queen Street and Benburb Street in Smithfield. We’ve been watching over this corner since 3rd of May 2001, the night before the Buena Vista Social Club gig in Smithfield Square. Although there has been a bar here since 1770, when Dublin was the second biggest city in […]

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Frank Ryans

Ryans is your cosy local pub in the centre of Dublin. You’ll find it on Queen Street in Smithfield, just around the corner from the Irish Whiskey Corner and near the Guinness Storehouse. You’ll also find it at the end of Coke Lane at the bottom of Smithfield Square (just a civilised distance from Temple […]

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Bull and Castle

German beer hall and gastro pub with a huge selection of international beers. It’s a good idea to book a table for this place as it can get quite busy. If you do book, they’ll look after you with a few beers and some finger food. Weekly specials and excellent food.  

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Czech Inn

This is a unique establishment with a great atmosphere and special ambiance. Situated in Dublin’s medieval city in Temple Bar. The Czech Inn is widely known for its eastern European dishes and serves a wide variety of Czech premium lagers. It boasts an upstairs lounge bar with live music at weekends and its own downstairs […]

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Mezz, The

The MEZZ Rock Bar has been a Mecca for live music lovers from around the world for the past 15 years catering to fans of all genres. Come in to enjoy a live act 7 nights a week on the famous MEZZ stage along with some fantastic drink offers and great craic at the bar. […]

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Old Storehouse, The

Here at The Old Storehouse we are committed to providing our customers with quality service and entertainment at affordable prices. We are renowned for live music 7 days per week with no admission charges. The Old Storehouse is a Classic Irish Bar in the heart of Dublin’s Cultural Quarter – Temple Bar, Dublin 2.OPEN EVERYDAY […]

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Quays bar

The Quays Bar is situated in the heart of Dublins famous Temple Bar. It has a great mixture of both locals and tourists, making it one of Dublins liveliest pubs. The live Irish traditional music everyday makes the pub a magnet for those of you looking for a bit of craic. The stories told from […]

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Auld Dubliner, The

  Slap bang in the middle of Temple Bar, Dublin’s Cultural Quarter, you’ll find The Auld Dubliner. During the day, step into the Auld Dubliner for a relaxing oasis from the hustle and bustle outside. As the evening progresses, get caught up in the atmosphere of fun that permeates throughout. The Auld Dubliner, a pub […]

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Oliver St John Gogartys

If you are planning to visit Dublin, then Gogarty’s must be on your list. Our award winning Restaurant, serves the best in traditional Irish food & our lively Bar has traditional Music sessions every day of the week. Our Accommodation offers affordable options in the heart of Dublin City. Music & Entertainment Gogartys is situated […]

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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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Cassidys

Cassidy’s of Westmoreland street is a very cool bar with an atmosphere not really seen in this area of town. They playa variety of music, have  board games, lounging chairs, a fussball table and a star wars mural to boot! A nice selection of international beers and food to keep you going.  

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Chaplins

Chaplins bar on Hawkins street (across from the screen cinema) has a certain charm that isn’t recreated in other dublin pubs. Some of their seats are unintentionally like thrones and give you a feeling of superiority. The again, if you know about Chaplins when others don’t, you have cause to feel superior! It’s a fantastic […]

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