Izakaya Bar

IZAKAYA BAR @ ORIENTAL CAFE is situated in the basement of the original Bewleys building on South Great Georges Street, Dublin 2. The Izakaya is a Japanese style drinking house, serving small Japanese style pub food dishes with great Japanese whiskeys, beers and sake. Come for food or drinks, chill out and listen to some […]

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Hop House, The

Formerly the Shakespeare, the Hop House is ajoined to the Kim Chi restaurant offers something unique in Dublin’s Asian quarter. Here you can get quality, healthy bar snacks from their suberb restaurant at an affordable price. A new bohemian haunt on Parnell street, it’s quickly becoming a locals favourite. A heated beer garden, good food, […]

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The Pimlico Tavern

  The Pimlico Tavern re-opened in July 2008 and has quickly become the social focal point of the community for locals sipping pints and tourists on their way to and from The Guinness Storehouse.  Spotless clean lounge with a cosy homely atmosphere with live entertainment Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday. Our walls are garnished with […]

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hampton bar bistro

With its playful blend of bold colours and sophisticated designer furniture, the hampton bistro bar, offers friendly banter, intrigue and fantastic cocktails. Not many bars in Dublin can boast their own heated terrace but during the summer time we open up the Georgian doors to allow you to dine al fresco or just enjoy one […]

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Barge, The

The Barge is one of Dublin’s most popular and spectacular landmark pubs… Perfectly situated on the banks of famous grand canal overlooking the lock gates at Charlemont Bridge, the Barge is something of an institution and favourite with Dubliner’s who for generations have enjoyed a great pint, good food and above all great craic on […]

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Library Bar, The

The Library Bar at The Central Hotel combines the charm and elegance of a bygone age with the most modern facilities and services. Tucked away on the first floor, the Library Bar is a haven of peaceful luxury. The welcoming atmosphere and the fine furnishings make it a popular venue for daytime business meetings, morning […]

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Game of Thrones Pub Crawl

A pub crawl of ice and fire. PUBS In no particular order. Just pick a few of the pubs. 1. Stag’s Head– Sigil of house Baratheon. You should probably have two drinks here to emulate King Robert. 2. Boar’s Head– Here you have a drink in honour of the pig/boar that slayed Robert Baratheon. 3. […]

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Cuckoos Nest

ESTB 1739, owned by Lynch Family since 1962. Showcasing free entertainment, bar food, carvery, a function room, wifi, a function room and much more. A huge selection of sports are shown on their screens, including one of the only 3d screens for football in Dublin.

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Lincolns Inn

Located beside the side entrance to Trinity College and around the corner from Pearse street station, Lincoln’s Inn has been a favourite of students and those working in the area for a few years now. Massive mirrors inside give the pub a spacious feel, and the furniture of sturdy wooden tables and equally robust chairs […]

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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 d├ęcor 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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