Boars Head

The Boars Head is situated on Capel Street in Dublin’s market area. 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 bar as you […]

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Bankers

The Bankers is one of Dublins last remaining traditional Irish Pubs. Located in the heart of Dublin City centre it forms part of the warm, welcoming character that Ireland is renound for all over the world. At The Bankers you can expect a warm welcome, great food and the best pint of Guinness in town. […]

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Peadar Kearneys

Peadar Kearney’s on Dame street is a traditional pub with strong historic roots. The pub is named after a musician who composed Amhrán na bhFiann (The Irish national anthem). They continue this tradition with nightly traditional, toe tapping music. One of the regular musicians, Brian Brody, is a must see for any tourist visiting the […]

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Gypsy Rose

The capital of music in the world should have a gem of a Rock & Blues club & at last it does! Open daily from 5pm & drinks €4 till 12am

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Madigans (Abbey Street)

Established in 1991 and newly refurbished, Madigan’s Abbey Street is a quiet retreat from the busy activities of the streets that surround it. Located less the 1 minutes’ walk from O’Connell, just at the Abbey Street Luas stop and opposite Wynns Hotel, our cosy, comfortable and relaxing pub will help you unwind with a delicious […]

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Oil Can Harrys

Oil Can Harrys is a family run traditional Irish pub. It groans with timber fixtures creating a warm & friendly ambience. The pub itself has been around for the past 70 years. Way back when the pub was owned by the Behan family, James Joyce was a frequent visitor for a drop of the black […]

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Exchequer, The

Since opening our doors in October 2009, The Exchequer has gone from strength to strength. Awards for best pub food in Dublin 2010 and best gastropub in Ireland 2010, coupled with a listing in Bridgestone’s 100 best restaurants in Ireland guide and recommendations from Paolo Tullio and Lucinda O’ Sullivan have propelled The Exchequer to […]

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Grand Social, The

The Grand Social is the latest addition to Dublin citys thriving live music and club scene and already it has carved out a superb reputation as a venue with fantastic facilities for Musicians, Performers, DJ’s and audiences. Launched in September 2010 with a fortnight of Fringe Festival activities The Grand Social has gone from strength […]

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Garage Bar

The Garage Bar is situated in the hub of Temple Bar and is definitely one of a kind with 1930’s petrol pumps, tyres, car fronts, walls adorned with images of rock and roll icons and sawdusted floors. The music policy is simply rock and roll,though in all its’ guises from Northern Soul to Motown, Punk […]

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Bachelor Inn

The Bachelor Inn is the place to go for the genuine Irish pub experience. Down to earth friendly staff, perfect pints, delicious food and great music make a visit to the Bachelor a pleasant one. Steeped in history, the Bachelor Inn has seen Dublin become the modern city that it is, however the Bachelor retains […]

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Sin é

Sin E is located on Ormond Quay in Dublin City. We are open daily from 4pm til late. Every weekend we have DJ’s and live music from local bands. We have a wide selection of craft and world beers. Like our page to keep up to date with drink promos and our current event listings!

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Mulligans Stoneybatter

Lovely whiskies, Irish craft beer and a weekly menu.Open 4pm weekdays, 2pm weekends. Food hours: Dinner Wednesday to Sunday from 5pm.Food all day weekends from 3pm.Bangers and Mash Monday and Tuesday. Phone: 01 670 9889

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