4 pubs to celebrate Thanksgiving in Dublin

The Church The Church on Mary Street is one of the best bars in Dublin to dine. This bar welcomes people from around the world, including Americans every day of the year and as a result they’ve become a bit of a hub for other nationalities living in Dublin. They’ve put together a sumptuous sounding […]

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Magoo the Frank Ryan’s pub dog now has his own beer.

Devotees of Frank Ryan’s pub on Queen street will no doubt be familiar with a certain lurking canine who sporadically appears underneath the legs of blindly wandering pub revelers. Magoo the dog is a mainstay of the pub, making friends wherever he goes, whether they be human or fellow dog. Magoo belongs to the owner […]

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10 pubs for the quintessential Irish Coffee in Dublin

Since the 1940’s the Irish Coffee has been a staple of Irish pubs and bars here and abroad. It’s a winter warmer that keeps you toasty and perks you up (so long as you don’t go mad on them). A shot of whiskey, a spoon of sugar, some rich roast coffee, and a head of […]

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Service Please! When pubs had bells to call for a pint.

Over the last few years we’ve tried to pay as much detail as possible to the world around us. Or the pubs around us to be more accurate. Frequently it’s the small details of a bygone time that make for the most interesting features of a pub. There’s match strikes embedded into the walls, gas […]

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11 small areas for drinks with a difference.

There’s all sorts of nooks and hidden areas dotted around the pubs of Dublin. They’re nice little hideaways from the crowds and offer a small bit of privacy for you and your friends while also giving you the comforts of the pub. 57 The Headline ‘Snug’ The snug in 57 The Headline on Clanbrassil Street […]

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Where to get a lovely bowl of coddle in Dublin pubs.

If you’re not familiar with this most Dublin of dishes, please allow us to educate you. Coddle is a traditional Dublin dish that incorporates slow cooking root vegetables and available meats. The ingredients include potatoes, onion, bacon, and sausages at the recipe’s most bare bones. The ingredients are combined in a pot and cooked low […]

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Here’s where ‘The Morgue Inn’ gets its name.

We presumed to know the reason behind the name ‘The Morgue’ in Templeogue but we had to go to the pubs website for the full story. It’s an interesting one: The Morgue was first licensed in 1848, it was licensed under the Ruling British government as a public house, part of the duties of the […]

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