Bars in Dublin

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Bars in Dublin

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Name Category Location
 
The 51 Bar
Famous for its collection of whiskies from around the world, the...
Bars Ballsbridge
 
Brazen Head
Reputedly Dublin's oldest pub (the site has been licensed since...
Bars Dublin West
 
Cassidy's
Once a quality neighborhood pub with a tasty pint of stout, Cassidy's...
Bars The Southside
 
Cellar Bar
An 18th-century wine vault with bare brick walls and vaulted...
Bars The Southside
 
Cobblestone
A glorious house of ale in the best Dublin tradition, the Cobblestone...
Bars Dublin West
 
Davy Byrne's
A noted pilgrimage stop for Joyceans, Davy Byrne's is where Leopold...
Bars The Southside
 
Dice Bar
Cool students and twentysomethings pack this East Village–style...
Bars Dublin West
 
Doheny & Nesbitt
A traditional spot with snugs, dark wooden furnishings, and smoke-darkened...
Bars The Southside
 
Doyle's In Town
A cozy pub, Doyle's is still a favorite with journalists from...
Bars The Southside
 
Fallons
Somehow you always get a seat in this tiny sliver of a pub—a...
Bars Dublin West
 
The Flowing Tide
Directly across from the Abbey Theatre, the Flowing Tide draws...
Bars The Northside
 
The Front Lounge
A modern pub, the Front Lounge caters to a mixed crowd of young...
Bars Temple Bar
 
The George
Dublin's two-floor main gay pub, The George draws an almost entirely...
Bars The Southside
 
The Globe
Once the hippest café-bar in town, The Globe still draws trendy...
Bars The Southside
 
Grogan's
Also known as the Castle Lounge, Grogan's is a small place packed...
Bars The Southside
 
Hogan's
A huge space on two levels, Hogan's gets jammed most nights...
Bars The Southside
 
The Horse Show House
A Ballsbridge institution, the Horse Show House is a favorite...
Bars Ballsbridge
 
Horseshoe Bar
A recent massive face-lift, along with the rest of the Shelbourne...
Bars The Southside
 
Kehoe's
Popular with Trinity students and cynical journalists, Kehoe's...
Bars The Southside
 
Leeson Lounge
This has the look of a classic old Dublin "boozer," with one...
Bars The Southside
 
Library Bar
The place to go when you're ready to get away from all the madness...
Bars The Southside
 
The Long Hall
One of Dublin's most ornate traditional taverns, the Long Hall...
Bars The Southside
 
McDaid's
A landmark that once attracted boisterous Brendan Behan and other...
Bars The Southside
 
Mulligan's
Synonymous in Dublin with a truly perfect pint of Guinness, Mulligan's...
Bars The Southside
 
Neary's
With an exotic, Victorian-style interior, Neary's was once the...
Bars The Southside
 
No Name
Considering itself too hip to even have a name when it opened...
Bars The Southside
 
O'Donoghue's
A cheerful, tourist-friendly hangout, O'Donoghue's has impromptu...
Bars The Southside
 
The Odeon
The converted main building of Harcourt Street's old railway...
Bars The Southside
 
The Old Stand
One of the oldest pubs in the city, the Old Stand is named after...
Bars The Southside
 
Oliver St John Gogarty
A lively bar that attracts all ages and nationalities, the Oliver...
Bars Temple Bar
 
Palace Bar
Scarcely changed since the 1940s, the Palace Bar is tiled and...
Bars Temple Bar
 
Pantibar
A new, amusingly named gay bar fronted by the infamous Dublin...
Bars The Northside
 
Peter's Pub
The epitome of the cozy little boozer, Peter's Pub hugs a busy...
Bars The Southside
 
The Porterhouse
One of the few bars in Ireland to brew its own beer, the Plain...
Bars Temple Bar
 
Ryan's Pub
One of Dublin's last genuine, late-Victorian-era pubs, Ryan's...
Bars Dublin West
 
Stag's Head
The most beautiful pub in Dublin, period. Built in 1895, it's...
Bars The Southside
 
Stag's Head
A Victorian beaut, the Stag's Head dates from 1770 and was rebuilt...
Bars The Southside
 
Toner's
Though billed as a Victorian bar, Toner's actually goes back...
Bars The Southside
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