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The Old Jameson Distillery

Dublin 7, Dublin City
Pub
Old Jameson Distillery - Dublin Ireland
100%
3 votes
1 euro
While most visitors to Dublin will visit the restored Old Jameson Distillery to do the tour (which is fascinating, see below), it can also be a handy spot for a drink at one of the bars or a bite to eat. There are special menus for groups (including e ...

Matt the Thresher

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Pub
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80%
5 votes
2 euro Serious About Seafood
Dublin city centre has very few dedicated seafood restaurants, but this buzzy seafood bar and grill has upped the ante with its exciting menus packed with delicious fish and shellfish dishes - and an unrelated claim to fame is that Michelle Obama and h ...

Davy Byrnes

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Pub
Davy Byrnes Pub
71%
7 votes
1 euro
Just off Grafton Street, Davy Byrnes is one of Dublin's most famous pubs - references in Joyce's Ulysses mean it is very much on the tourist circuit. Despite all this fame it remains a genuine, well-run place and is equally popular with Dubliners, who ...

Ryan's of Parkgate Street

Dublin 8, Dublin City
Pub
Ryans of Parkgate Street - Dublin 8 Ireland
60%
5 votes
2 euro
Ryan's is one of Ireland's finest and best-loved original Victorian pubs, with magnificent stained glass, original mahogany bar fixtures and an outstanding collection of antique mirrors all contributing to its unique atmosphere. Now owned by the well ...

Bull and Castle - Gastro Pub and Beer Hall

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Pub
Bull & Castle Pub - Christchurch Dublin 2 ireland
50%
2 votes
1 euro
Easily spotted opposite Christchurch cathedral by its colourful facade, the Bull and Castle is a medieval style timber-beamed and stone-floored ‘gastro pub’ with various ground floor seating areas, and a more open plan ‘Beer Hall&rsqu ...

Neary's

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Character Pub / Pub
100%
1 votes
1 euro
This unspoilt Edwardian pub off Grafton Street has been in the present ownership for over half a century and is popular at all times of day - handy for lunch or as a meeting place in the early evening and full of buzz later when a post-theatre crowd, i ...

John Kavanagh (Grave Diggers)

Dublin 9, Dublin City
Pub
70%
10 votes
John Kavanagh's lays claim to being the oldest family pub in Dublin - it was established in 1833 and the current family are the 6th generation in the business. Also known as "The Gravediggers' because of its location next to the Glasnevin cemetery ...

Porterhouse North

Dublin 9, Dublin City
Pub
0%
0 votes
Originally the Iona Garage, owned by the Cahill family (who were also associated with the aviation industry), Porterhouse North is a large white canalside building with a copper sign above the door - hard to miss, although parking nearby may not be so ...

The Exchequer Pub

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Pub
100%
1 votes
1 euro Denotes genuine Irish food culture, ie special Irish food products/companies/producers, and highlights the best places to shop for regional and artisan foods; the selection excludes obvious 'non-Irish' elements regardless of quality, eg ethnic restaurants and specialists in coffee, wine and other drinks, unless relevant to local production or history. Eat & Stay establishments are chosen for their commitment to showcasing local produce and Irish hospitality.
Gastro pubs may not yet be as popular in Ireland as they are in the UK, but places like the Exchequer suggest all that is about to change. With a smarter than average interior and a decidedly clubby feel, diners can take their pick from three rooms, e ...

The International Bar

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Pub
0%
0 votes
Just a minute's walk from Grafton Street, this unspoilt Victorian bar makes a great meeting place - not a food spot, but good for chat and music.
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