Following a recent government announcement, pubs who serve food will now be able to open from the 29th of June.
This means that pubs do not need to have a restaurant license to open and must be compliant with necessary social distancing measures. It does seem that these measures and the guidelines around them are still being ironed out. At present, the guidelines suggest a 2-metre distance between groups of patrons inside pubs and other premises, though there is believed to be discussion taking place on whether that might be lessened to 1 metre.
We’ll be adding to this list as more pubs and bars announce that they will be opening again. Not all pubs who served food in the past will be opening directly up again for varying reasons, but we think it’s likely that most will. All other pubs will be allowed to open under the same restrictions and spacing from the 20th of July.
As the 29th of June is a Monday, some pubs will choose to open slightly later in the week. The 1st of July seems to be the preferred date for some pubs. Others have signalled an intention to open as they wait for further clarification of guidelines.
Parties will be of a maximum of 6 people together.
We’ll be continually updating this list, so if your pub is not yet listed, just give us a shout and we’ll happily include you. email@example.com
City Centre- Northside
The Boars Head, Capel Street
The Back Page, Phibsboro
Wigwam, Abbey Street
The Bernard Shaw
Slattery’s, Capel Street
The Woolshed, Parnell Street
The Oval, Abbey Street
Graingers, Hanlon’s Corner
The Brew Dock, Amiens St (intend to open)
Murrays, O’Connell Street- Link.
The Church, Mary Street- Link.
The Black Sheep, Capel Street (intend to open)
Paddle and Peel, Capel Street (intend to open)
Ryan’s, Parkgate Street (3rd July)
The Barbers, Grangegorman (30th June)
MeMa’s, Parnell Street
City Centre- Southside
Searsons, Baggot Street. Link.
Lemon and Duke, Royal Hibernian Way- Link.
The Bridge 1859, Ballsbridge- Link.
Doheny and Nesbitt’s, Baggot Street
The Bank, College Green.
The Bankers, Trinity Street
Against the Grain, Wexford Street
The Hairy Lemon, Stephen’s Street
The Old Storehouse, Crown Alley (6th July)
Devitts, Camden Street- Link.
The 51, Haddington Road
Toner’s, Baggot Street
Darkey Kelly’s, Fishamble Street
Davy Byrnes, Duke Street
The Square Ball
Rody Bolands, Rathmines
Brewdog, Grand Canal Dock- Link.
The Malt House, James St
Kavanagh’s, New St
The Circular, Rialto- Link.
Opium, Wexford St (opens on the 30th)
The Gasworks, South Lotts Road (intend to open)
The Chophouse, Beggar’s Bush
Jimmy Rabbitte’s, Camden St
The Camden, Camden St
The Landmark, Wexford St (1st July. Wed-Sat)
Bar Rua, Clarendon Street
The Bailey, Duke Street
Bull and Castle (3rd July)
Cafe en Seine, Dawson Street (1st July)
Vintage Cocktail Club, Crown Alley
Outside the city – North
The Hole in the Wall, Blackhorse Avenue- Link.
The Beachcomber, Killester- Link.
Cock and Bull, Coolock
Harp Bar, Swords
The Lord Lucan, Lucan
The Bald Eagle, Phibsboro (From 2nd July)
Outside the city- South
Horse Show House, Ballsbridge
The Old Orchard – Link.
The Merry Cobbler, Irishtown
Rascals Brewery, Inchicore
Eden House, Rathfarnham
Sandyford House, Sandyford
The Morgue, Templeogue
Rascals Brewery, Kilmainham (July 1st)
The 108, Rathgar
Johnnie Foxes, Glencullen (1st July)
Jobstown House, Tallaght
The Two Sisters, Terenure
The Dropping Well, Milltown
The Goat, Goatstown
The Lighthouse, Dun Laoghaire