You can access ‘The Secret Bar’ directly from the hotel. ‘The Secret Bar’ is named so, as the bar was never really given a name when it first opened. A number of names have served the bar thus far including ‘The Bar With No Name’, ‘3 Fade Street’ and ‘The Snail Bar’. Suffice to say, since opening over a year ago, ‘The Secret Bar’ is anything but a secret. At weekends the bar is particularly busy, serving, artists, rock n rollas…and plethora of others besides. ‘The Secret Bar’ is famous for its mojitos, and at weekends serves up a mean brunch menu.
Dublin Pubs Open For Food and Drink in December (and take away drinks)
From Friday 4th of December some of Dublin's pubs will be allowed to open for food and drinks.
Dublin pubs open with limited outdoor capacity
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As patrons are increasingly desiring to sit outside and have a drink, every publican with a tin
The Snugification of Dublin Pubs. Born of necessity, but a welcome addition.
The humble snug. An oft sought-after part of a pub, a nook with some privacy, and preferential
Vodka and Stout: Soviet Spies In Dublin Pubs.
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