Dublin City - Pubs


Found 34 matches, showing 1 - 10 below.

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5 votes

O'Neill's Pub & Townhouse

Dublin 2, Dublin City
B&B / Pub
Established in 1885, this centrally located pub on the corner of Pearse Street and Shaw Street is easily recognised by the well-maintained floral baskets that brighten up the street outside. Inside, this cosy bar has kept its Victorian character and c ...
Davy Byrnes Pub
93%
11 votes

Davy Byrnes

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Character Pub / Pub
Just off Grafton Street, Davy Byrnes opened its doors in 1889  and 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 ...
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0 votes

The Legal Eagle

Dublin 7, Dublin City
Pub
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. Pub with good food and atmosphere
The Legal Eagle pub has been part of the life of the legal community around the Four Courts for many years, with barristers, solicitors and appellants all to be found within. It was shuttered for many years, but now Dublin restaurateur Elaine Murphy an ...
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Toners

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Pub
One of the few authentic traditional pubs left in Dublin, Toners is definitely worth a visit (or two). Among many other claims to fame, it is said to be the only pub ever frequented by the poet W.B. Yeats. Closed 25 Dec
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The Long Hall Bar

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Character Pub / Pub
A wonderful old pub with magnificent plasterwork ceilings, traditional mahogany bar and Victorian lighting. One of Dublin's finest bars and well worth a visit.
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McDaids

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Pub
Established in 1779, McDaids more recently achieved fame as one of the great literary pubs - and its association with Brendan Behan, especially, brings a steady trail of pilgrims from all over the world to this traditional premises just beside the West ...
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1 votes

Doheny & Nesbitt

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Pub
Only a stone's throw from Toner's (see entry), Doheny & Nesbitt is another great Dublin institution, but there the similarity ends. Just around the corner from the Dail (Irish Parliament), this Victorian pub has traditionally attracted a wide spec ...
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3 votes

The Porterhouse

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Pub
Previous Georgina Campbell Guides Award Winner
The Porterhouse opened Dublin’s first microbrewery pub in 1996, a pioneer in what has become Ireland’s booming craft beer movement. They are now Ireland’s largest independent brewery, but they continue to make handcrafted beer in smal ...
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0 votes

The Palace Bar

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Pub
The Palace has had strong connections with writers and journalists for many a decade. Its unspoilt frosted glass and mahogany are impressive enough but the special feature is the famous sky-lighted snug, which is really more of a back room. Many would ...
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1 votes

The Bailey

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Pub
Although it's now styled cafe-bar and more of a busy lunchtime spot and after-work watering hole for local business people and shoppers, this famous Victorian pub has a special place in the history of Dublin life - literary, social, political - and att ...
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