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archive-title Yearly Archives: 2019

Yearly Archives: 2019

8 pubs for a great Breakfast in Dublin

The Full Irish is a legendary concoction of the best of Irish meat, eggs, and trimmings. Where better to enjoy this traditional Irish breakfast than in the most traditional of Irish settings, the pub. Ned O’Sheas In Ned O’Shea’s on Lower Bridge Street you can get a Full Irish breakfast with tea or coffee and […]

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J.P. Mooneys, the new pub on Nassau Street.

  We stuck our heads into a pub that just opened its doors on Nassau Street, J.P. Mooneys. It replaces what was once The Blarney Inn.     It’s quite a spacious pub that is spread over 3 rooms, each with various alcoves and areas that are separated partially from the other areas.   The […]

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A number of Dublin pubs are now producing their own whiskey.

The future will see a number larger number of Dublin pubs joining forces with distilleries, contracting them to produce their own personalised whiskeys available for sale in the pub. A large number of pubs are already doing the same with craft breweries in the city. At the moment, we know of a few pubs who […]

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The Headline have a new ‘Article 50 Brexit Stout’

  2 and a half years ago when our neighbours had just voted to leave the European Union, a brewery and a pub in Dublin got together to make a beer to mark this significant event. ‘Big Mistake Brexit IPA’ was made by Two Sides Brewing Company and sold in 57 The Headline on Clanbrassil […]

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Phil Lynott and the pubs of Dublin

Every January people from around the world come to celebrate the life and music of one of Dublin’s favourite sons, Philip Parris Lynott. The annual ‘Vibe for Philo’ was held last Friday in Whelans on Wexford Street. For he last 2 years we’ve run a Phil Lynott pub crawl bringing people around the pubs that […]

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