O’Neills (Pearse street)

Always in full bloom, O’Neills of Pearse Street is a jewel of Victorian splendour. The O’Neill family has held the license here for over a hundred and twenty years. The pub is festooned with flowers throughout the summer and the interior is unspoiled by the passage of time. The local area and pub is steeped […]

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Lombard, The

Situated on the doorstep of Trinity College and a stone’s throw from the Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin’s financial centre the IFSC and the Convention Centre Dublin (CCD), The Lombard is an oasis from the hustle and bustle of the city. Formerly Mahaffy’s, The Lombard has been carefully renovated by The Smith Group and architects Space […]

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Kennedys

Kennedy’s established in 1850 has long since maintained an honourable standing amongst the elite of Dublin’s watering holes. Indeed it once provide more than a sumptuous pint for the residents of Westland Row and Merrion Square as the front part of the establishment used to be a grocery shop. A shop where young Oscar Wilde […]

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Gingerman

The Gingerman is a real all round pub. It serves great food, it has a smoking area, an ever present atmosphere, and it’s own craft beers for those on a budget with a good pallet. A favourite amongst professionals and students alike, it’s ideally located close to Trinity College and Pearse street train station. Well […]

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Dakota

The Dakota Bar opened in June 2000 on Dublin’s South William Street. For decades, South William Street was the centre of the Rag Trade in Dublin – Dakota used to house the fabric warehouse for nearby Grafton Street’s Switzer’s Department Store. Switzers is now long gone and has been replaced by uber fancy department store, […]

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Temple Bar, The

A tradition of a genuinely warm welcome and first rate friendly service, is the hallmark of the friendliest watering hole in Dublin. Whether you are alone or with a group of friends, the craic is mighty and you will always feel at home at the Temple Bar. Overseas and out of town visitors will find […]

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4 Dame Lane

A funky venue with an edgy attitude spread over 2 floors. Located bang in the middle of Dublin city centre, 2 minutes walk from Trinity. We’re open from 5pm ’til 3.00am, Tuesday to Saturday. Attracting friendly and fun people for cocktails and dancing, Catch up with friends downstairs or dance your socks off with our […]

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Front Lounge

Established since the 1990’s and nestled in the heart of Dublin, the Front Lounge is that rare creature; a classic modern pub oozing an effortless chic wholly devoid of any pretentiousness. Plush sofas are aglow under the famed chandelier while the easy confluence of gay and straight patrons is a real reflection of the open-minded […]

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Porterhouse Temple Bar

The Porterhouse in Temple Bar opened in 1996 as Dublin’s first pub brewery. Ireland then (and now, arguably) was a beer desert and being the cheeky chappies that we are, we managed to gain maximum publicity by naming a beer Weiserbuddy (you’d be a wiser buddy to drink this beer) and probably the best lager […]

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Porterhouse Central

Located on Nassau Street at the bottom of Grafton Street with access of Adams Court. Porterhouse Central houses which is possibly the longest bar in Dublin. Over the years it has gone through many incarnations originally known as Kidds, which was a hangout for various luminaries at the time including the infamous Cairo squad who […]

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Farringtons

Situated in Dublin’s thriving Temple Bar district, Farrington’s, named after a character in James Joyce’s “The Dubliners”, evokes memories of a different time. The Victorian bar and partitions over 120 years old, invite you to take a seat, relax and soak up the atmosphere. Featuring a modern, comfortable lounge on the second floor, Farrington’s is […]

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Sub lounge/ O’Reillys

O’Reilly’s Bar is located just under Tara Street DART Station. Built between three 170 year old candlelit arches, the venue provides the ultimate after-work unwinding drink, or that all important party destination for the wilder crowd. It is perfect if you like to dance and have a few drinks with friends on a party night […]

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Bailey, The

  The Bailey pub, formerly The Maltings, had always been a hub of literary and political activity. Prior to John Ryan’s acquiring it, it had welcomed international artists such as Evelyn Waugh, John Betjeman, and Charles Chaplin, as well as being popular with local figures like Oliver St. John Gogarty, Pádraig Colum and Thomas Kettle. […]

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Duke, The

Ideally situated in the city centre on historic Duke Street, this old watering hole, which takes its title from the street named after the second Duke of Grafton, has been providing liquid refreshments and sustenance to the people of Dublin since 1822. By 1845, the pub was radiating beneath the affluent glow of Fishbourne & […]

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Flowing Tide

Located across the street from the famous Abbey theatre, this pub has played host to actors, playwrites and interesting locals for decades. A place where you’ll hear conversations on any topic and meet Dubliners with stories to tell. Adjacent to the Abbey stret Luas stop and hop skip and a jump away from O’Connell street.

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