37 Dawson Street

A stunning new Bar & Restaurant in the heart of Dublin City.Open for food Monday to Saturday from 12-10pm. Brunch served every Sunday from 12-5pm. Step back in time and visit our exceptional Whiskey Bar. Tucked at the back of the building you’ll find a luxurious and stylish retreat both richly furnished and dimly lit. […]

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Publin mentioned in the Sunday Business Post

Publin got a great mention in the Sunday Business Post in their article ‘20 websites that will save you money’. What it does: Locates cheapest pint in Dublin. What it says: “Publin is Dublin’s only pub price comparison and deal-listing website.” How you save:  before you head out for a tipple, check out Publin’s price […]

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Ireland v Spain deals

Here’s all the free pints and best deals we could round up for the Ireland v Spain game. This will be updated during the course of the day    

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Father Ted pub crawl

  The Bankers– Where the money was just resting in the account. Cassidy’s– To the right of the bar there’s a sheep hanging from the wall. Raise a pint to Chris the unhappy sheep. The Church– Go in for a sermon and a pint. The Confession box– Ask for forgiveness for kicking a certain Bishop […]

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Lagoona

Lagoona, located in the heart of Dublin’s Financial Services Centre, is the perfect venue for a quick, satisfying lunch, leisurely afternoon pint or lively after work session. Since opening in November 2003, Lagoona has quickly become a favourite with people who both work and live in and around the IFSC. With interiors a mix of […]

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McGowans Phibsboro

Four generation of McGowans have made their mark on this Phibsboro landmark pub, turning it into one of Dublin’s most popular and fun-filled party pubs & restaurants with its brilliant party atmosphere, great food, plenty of special offers and fabulous new nightclub upstairs! At the beginning of the 20th century the McGowans family were living […]

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W.J. Kavanaghs

W.J. Kavanagh’s is sister pub to L. Mulligan Grocer’s in Stoneybatter and continues on their tradition of great craft beer, superb gastro pub cuisine, and outstanding atmosphere.

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Two Sisters, The

The Two Sisters Is a traditional, family-run and cosy local pub, one of the last of its kind.Carvery is served Mon-Fri & Sundays+ A La Carte til 9pm Wainsfort Drive Terenure

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Hacienda

Hacienda on little mary street is a real word of mouth pub. You won’t just happen upon it and you’ll need a guide just to get you there. Until we just gave the address of course…   The pub opens from 8pm and you’ll need to press a buzzer to get in. Whether they let […]

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The Parnell HeritagePub & Grill

Welcome to the Parnell Heritage pub & grill.The return of Cool Chic off O’Connell Street!Dublin’s newly renovated Gastro pub situated on Parnell street. We aim to mix new-age interior with old Irish charm. We also boast Parnell streets only roof top terrace smoking area & bar. We offer an exquisite food menu with a large […]

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Odessa, The

Occupying three floors above the Odessa Restaurant, the Odessa Club is a unique destination in the heart of Dublin city’s shopping and nightlife area. Home from home for a loyal clientèle who appreciate its discrete and intimate ambiance, fine food and excellent service, the club is a haven of tranquility punctuated with great nights of […]

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Joxer Dalys

Joxer Daly’s is located on Dorset street, a street that provides a straight line of pubs from the top of the road right down into Drumcondra. Less than 5 minutes walk from O’Connell street, this pub retains its old fashioned facade and character, something that distinguishes it from the current trend to modernise pubs. 

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25 facts about Dublin pubs

1. Dublin has exactly 666 licensed pubs. Seems extra sinful now. 2. Quentin Tarrantino was once refused a pint from the Stag’s Head. He tried to pull the ‘Do you know who I am?’ card, but was rebuffed by the staff because it was after hours and one rule applies to all. 3. The Commitments […]

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Samsara

Samsara Café Bar opened its doors in 2001 and is now one of Dublin’s top nightspots and late night destinations. Decorated in a Moroccan theme Samsara is excitingly atmospheric with its exotic furnishings and hand painted décor. 80 tonnes of Moroccan tiles and materials were used in the transformation of the Bar, which at over […]

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