Membership and discount cards aplenty

It’s pretty obvious that pubs are making more of an effort to get people through the doors in more inventive and cost effective ways. One such method that seems to have become popular in recent times is giving patrons a membership card that entitles them to cheaper drinks and entry to events. Other bars have […]

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Darkey Kellys

Nestling in the shadow of Christchurch Cathedral is a pub steeped in history.Prostitution,murder and satanic rituals took place there more than 250 years ago.But today you are more likely to witness some great music-both traditional and modern,watch a good match or sample a meal from their menu. Darkey Kellys has become one of Dublin’s most […]

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Publin mentioned in Stellar Magazine

In this month’s issue of Stellar Magazine (The Irish issue) we’re told that ‘P is for Publin’. It sure is! We’re told that Stellar Magazine featured heavily in RTE’s Fade Street, so we decided to make a DIY pub crawl based around the show. And here it is……..   In honour of Publin’s mention in […]

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Fade Street (RTE) Pub Crawl

In honour of Publin’s mention in Stellar magazine, we present to you a tour around the pubs and bars synonymous with RTE’s ‘Fade Street’ programme. Bars visited by the cast, and a pub beside the office of ‘Stellar’ magazine, featured heavily in the show. RULES. #1. Instead of saying cheers before each drink you must […]

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Lost Society, The

Lounge Lounge is our first Georgian room facing out to sth william street, we have sourced a fabulous eclectic collection of period furnishings, artifacts and boho décor that will appeal to the inner poet or artist inside you. White Room The White room cries out Georgian decadence, this room was originally Lady Powerscourt’s dressing room. […]

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Brew Dock, The

Sister pub to Against the Grain and The Black Sheep in Dublin – and The Oslo, Cottage and Salt House in Galway. Hundreds of craft beers and an excellent selection of food. A very well stocked gastropub of high quality. Located on Amiens street directly across from Busáras bus depot and in close proximity to […]

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On the matter of ‘Good Friday’……

  For the 2015 version of this article use this link. It’s that day of the year again where we must bow our heads in sobriety and reflect on how much we’ve spent consuming alcohol, and repent for the errors of our ways. The day before that is also known as the busiest off license […]

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Graces

One of the few pubs in Rathmines where you can go for a quiet pint over the newspaper, Grace’s is a regular’s pub where passing trade is always welcome. Friendlier than it looks from the outside, Grace’s also hosts perhaps one of the largest trad sessions in Dublin City of a Friday night.

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New gluten free beer section

We’ve now added a list of pubs serving gluten free beer for all you celiacs and gluten intolerant people out there. Our favourite one has to be from against the grain, called, funnily enough, ‘Against the Grain’. For the list of pubs offering these beers, simply click here

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Botanic House, The

  The Botanic House is situated on Botanic Road on the edge of Phibsboro in Glasnevin. It is a traditional, old style Dublin pub with a Celtic feel.   The atmosphere is relaxed and conversational with music playing in the background not imposing on your chats with old and new friends.There are two bar areas, the main […]

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Kavanaghs

Lounge available for Private Parties. Why not try our great value lunch menu served between 12 – 2pm Monday – Friday. All Major Sporting Events shown live on our BIG SCREEN. “A Bit of Heaven in Dublin 7”

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The Bertie Ahern Pub Crawl

Snake your way around Dublin city tracing the pubs of former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern. This is not in celebration of the man. Pub Crawl can not be done in character, all pints must be paid for. Only 2 rules, you must drink Bass, and all cash must be carried in brown envelope or paper bag.

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Dáil Bar, The

An exclusive club for members of the Oireachtas (parliament). It’s unlikely that you’ll ever see the inside of it, so we recommend going across the street to Buswells hotel bar where the politicos meet. (Please don’t try to gain entry to the Dáil bar just because it’s listed here! You won’t be allowed past security!)

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