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Havin’ Olaf. Dublin pubs that pay homage to the cities’ Viking past.

Dublin has gone under many names during it’s existence, from the Latin ‘Eblana’ to the more gaeilic ‘Duibhlinn’. It’s Norse or Viking name was ‘Dyflin’. In terms of the interiors of Dublin pubs, we’re used to seeing iconography that depicts our connection with brewing and distilling, Ireland’s revolutionary past, and the great Irish writers of […]

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More dough for your dough. Pizza deals in pubs.

Frank Ryan’s In Frank Ryan’s on Queen Street you can get a pizza (excellent quality) and a pint or a glass of wine for €13. The deal applies on Sundays from 6-8pm and Mon-Wed between 5 and 7. Perfect for some midweek after work nourishment. Lucky’s In Lucky’s on Meath Street they’re lucky enough to […]

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Wings Wednesday. Wings deals to spice up your week.

Wings, whether they be spicy, BBQ, or sweet chilli have become a staple food of the Irish pub menu. They’re a fast and filling option that go well with a pint. There’s even a stalk of celery thrown in to pretend you’re getting some greenery with your meat. We’ve found several pubs who celebrate ‘Wings […]

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Pubs to watch the 6 Nations with food (south side).

It’s not just the pints that draw people into a pub these days and a full day of sports requires a full belly to go with it. We’ve picked out some great spots dotted around the south of the city to get a good feed and watch the 6 Nations action. For those looking for […]

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A new snug for you to try. The Thomas Moore.

We dropped by the Thomas Moore during the day to try out their Irish coffee, but low and behold the snug was free. And when a snug is free you have to occupy it. The pub opened late in 2019 and was busy from the off. One of the best aspects of this redesign in […]

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11 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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