It’s hot. It’s very hot. Dublin doesn’t necessarily have the infrastructure to allow you to cool down in weather like this. We’ve been taking note for a while of pubs that have air conditioning. Here’s a few options. We can’t guarantee that they’ll have it on, but it’s likely they will and it’ll be a bit better than sitting in the shade while having your pint.
If you know of more pubs with air conditioning, please let us know…for all of our sakes!
The first two on our list are Victorian era pubs, so that proves older pubs can still bring the chill.
The Long Hall
The Long Hall is a busy spot and they have an A/C unit at the back for when it gets full and toasty. Let’s hope they turn it on during summer days to offer us a bit of respite.
A lovely gust of fresh air greets you as soon as you walk into Camden Exchange.
We’re told that Anseo is a cool spot in nay ways on Summer days.
Underdog is literally an Underdog venue so without air con it can get a bit warm. Lucky for you and I they do and it’s usually on.
Oscars is a big place so it can be a difficult place to chill. We were here earlier in the week in the evening and it was quite pleasantly temperate, even with a big crowd in it.
A chill greets your neck as you walk into O’Sullivans on Westmoreland Street. They have an A/C unit at the door pumping in cold air.
Urban Brewing is another underground bar that requires cold air to be pumped in.
Get some spicy wings but remain cool in their air conditioning.