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Visiting the Stag’s Head is a wondrous experience wether you call when the premises is cosy, warm and glowing at night time, or in early morning when this is old repository of…

1 Dame Court, Dublin 2, Dublin

Established in 1886 and was at one point a ‘gentleman’s club’ the interior is Baroque in style. Called at one point the Zodiac – the tiling inside has each…

7 Harry Street, Dublin 2, Dublin

Ryan’s of Parkgate Street is an original Victorian public house located near the front gate of the Phoenix Park. Made famous for pouring one of the best pints in Dublin, it’s now…

28 Parkgate Street Dublin 7

There is little doubt that the building which houses this famed Dublin public house is over two hundred years old. In 1854 the registered licence holder was John Dunne and in 1886…

23 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2, Dublin

The Hut is a family owned traditional Victorian bar on Dublin’s North side. We offer a genuinely authentic slice of Dublin pub life as it should be. No hype, no gimmicks. Just old…

159 Phibsboro Road Phibsboro Dublin 7

Bowest Lounge is an established license premises since 1880, we are situated in the heart of Dublin’s fair city, just a stones throw away from the famous Irish landmark…

31 Fleet Street Dublin 2

Over the 45 years that have elapsed since, the pub has seen several renovations and transformations but has always retained an identity that is palpable to both locals and…

2 Sorrento Road Dalkey Co Dublin

Not to be confused with the pub of the same name on Westmoreland Street, this is a great old public house for a matey meet-up or a solitary drink with only the newspaper for…

42 Camden Street Dublin 2

Located on one of Dublin’s most famous streets – Baggot Street, Doheny and Nesbitt public house is surrounded by renowned landmarks – The Dail (House of Parliament), Grafton…

5 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2, Dublin

Good pint. Nice seating area outside, if not a little hectic. Very eclectic range of art (for sale) inside. No TV – so simply don’t ask. They have cornered the market in Toasted…

15 William Street South, Dublin 2, Dublin

The Norseman building as a watering hole dates back to the 1500’s when it was known as the Wooden Man Tavern due to a wooden Viking figure on the corner of the street. We are The…

27 East Essex Street Temple Bar Dublin 2

Kehoe’s Bar was first licensed in 1803 when the winds of revolution permeated the Dublin air, this authentic, unpretentious Victorian shrine is one of last great heritage…

10 Anne Street South, Dublin 2, Dublin

The Brazen Head is Irelands oldest pub. In fact there has been a hostelry here since 1198. The present building was built in 1754 as a coaching inn. However The Brazen Head…

20 Lower Bridge Street, Dublin 8, Dublin

Situated in the historic heart of Dublin just a stones throw from Temple Bar is O´Neill´s Pub. Around the corner from Trinity College, Grafton Street and the world-famous Molly…

2 Suffolk Street, Dublin 2, Dublin

The Palace was was built in 1823 and soon after was bought by a family named Hall. In the early 1900’s The Ryan family from Tipperary took over the pub and “The Widow Ryan” sold…

20 Fleet Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Dublin

In 1934 Paddy and Maureen O’Donoghue began running the bar It was during this time the Pub is became famous for the nightly traditional Irish music sessions and was where the…

15 Merrion Row, Dublin City

The unspoilt Victorian showcase that you see before you today was undertaken by Thomas F. O’Reilly in 1897, and by this stage the name of the premises was familiarly shortened to…

Aungier Street Dublin 2

Neary’s is a UNESCO City of Literature Bar located in Dublin City Centre. The connection to acting and the literary community date’s back to 1871 when the Gaiety theatre…

3 Chatham St, Dublin 2, Dublin

Situated on Baggot Street, Toners is one of Dublin’s oldest and most famous traditional pubs. To prove this, we were the overall winners of “Best Traditional Pub” in the National…

139 Baggot Street Lower, Dublin 2, Dublin

Mulligan’s is more than a Dublin pub; it is an Irish cultural phenomenon. It has a unique and colourful history, spanning over two hundred years. Mulligan’s has hosted the famous…

8 Poolbeg Street, Dublin 2, Dublin

Celebrating over 250 years in business. Established in 1766 this shrine to antiquity is one of Dublin’s oldest, most beautiful and best loved pubs, abundant in traditional…

59 S Great Georges St, Dublin 2, Dublin

The building that houses McDaids can be traced back to the late 18th century and is reputed to have housed the City Morgue. It took on it’s more ecclesiastical features when it…

7 Harry Street, Dublin 2, Dublin

Slatterys Bar & Early House, loved by locals and visitors alike is famous for among many other things its full Irish breakfast, served from 7 a.m six days a week and 12.30 p.m…

129 Capel St, North City, Dublin 1, D01 YN83