Foggy Dew, The

Situated overlooking Central Bank Square in the heart of Dublin city center, The Foggy Dew offers a charming blend of old world tradition fused with an appealing contemporary atmosphere.This historical bar is the perfect spot for a quiet pint.

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Brogans

A traditional pub next door to the Olympia theatre. All fixtures are original and the walls are adorned with old Guinness posters and paraphernalia. Very much a drinking and chatting pub.

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Lord Edward, The

This famous Tavern is named after Lord Edward Fitzgerald who was the 5th son of the Duke of Leinster. The Lord Edward is located in the heart of the Old City opposite Christ Church Cathedral, at 23 Christ Church Place Dublin 8. The restaurant is above the Lord Edward pub and it has its own […]

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Brazen head

The Brazen Head is Ireland’s oldest pub. A short walk from Christchurch Cathedral and The Guinness Brewery, it is well worth a visit for both its historical value and reputation as one of Dublin’s best Irish music venues. The Brazen Head is officially Ireland’s oldest pub, dating back to 1198. While it is unclear how […]

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Fitzsimons

Temple Bar is renowned as Dublin’s lively and colourful left bank. With 5 floors to choose from a wide range of live music playing nightly and bars and club with DJ’, Fitzsimons is a must for those who enjoy good time.

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J.W. Sweetman

Formerly Messrs Maguire. Selling a fine selection of bottled and draft beer that has been hand picked from our expert brewers, we have a great passion for fine ales, especially when it comes to complementing them with great food. Join our locals hidden amongst our many cosy alcoves and winding mahogany stairs to enjoy the […]

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Bowes lounge

Tucked away on Fleet Street side of Doyles is Bowes , one of those rare establishments in Dublin, a pub with genuine old world charm.  Bowes is deceivingly compact from the outside, but once you step inside the bar you are greeted with an area which is surprisingly long and roomy and immediately you get […]

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Palace bar

The Palace Bar is well-known for its traditional Irish sessions. The cream of Irish bands has frequented the Palace over the years. The Palace Bar is one of the many pubs in this area, but it is also by far the oldest, being in existence since 1843.

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Doyles

Doyle’s “Late Bar” is open 7 nights a week and provides an off-licence, a great day and evening food menu and private function rooms all with a friendly service, as only the Irish know how. Doyle’s is an established licence premises since 1880, we are situated in the heart of Dublin’s fair city, just a […]

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Mulligans

Mulligans pub of Poolbeg Street, Dublin is two minutes walk from the main thoroughfare, O’Connell Street and has been at the core of the city’s cultural and imbibing life for nearly 300 years. Originally a shebeen (unlicensed drinking venue) it has been ‘legal’ since 1782, making it one of the oldest premises in Ireland’s metropolis. […]

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Macturcaills

Macturcaill’s is a real all round pub with ample space for big groups, parties and other bookings. Macturcaill’s boasts some of the cheapest drinks in the city, with a flat price of €3.50 for all pints, every day of the week. Live sports are shown on big screens around the bar, and there is also […]

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Long stone, the

Situated across the road from Trinity College, a short skip to the banks of the Liffey and walking distance from all major transport links makes this pub one of the best located in town. This Viking themed pub boasts two floors with ample sitting and standing room, a beer garden, a pool table, food, and […]

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