Please note, we are closed at 8pm on Xmas Eve. Closed on Dec 25th and open from 1pm – 7pm on Stephen’s Day(26th)
Kehoes is an award-winning traditional Irish pub in the heart of Dublin. Kehoes was first licensed in 1803 and the premises that you see today was completed towards the end of the 19th century in typical Victorian style and is a treasure of authenticity. You can view stained glass mahogany doors, old Irish snugs, partitions and the entire homely feel throughout the pub – and it’s home to the best pint in Dublin!
The Upstairs bar is great for 50-60 people. Finger food, music and our award winning service are all available.Enquire
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Lovely old traditional pub. Perfect pint Guinness too! Lovely old traditional pub with excellent service. Lots little different areas to sit in. What an amazing pint of Guinness too!
You say Kehoes, I say KeHOMEs 🏠🥰❤️ Wow! Where to start popped in for a quick Guinness but here I am 3 hours later. Excellent atmosphere for 3pm on a Wednesday and staff were friendly and attentive, shout out to Sean 😎 Unlimited tap water and a food menu that leaves you wanting more. I’m about to miss my flight but it’s likely to be cancelled due to UK airspace issues. Another round!🍻
Our favorite pub in Dublin! Fantastic old school pub! Just outside the Temple Bar district so you can still enjoy a pint for less than 7 euro. Great friendly locals and bartenders. We laughed all night long. Go upstairs and watch Dave pull a proper pint!
You must go This pub was recommended to me as a must go prior to our trip. Arrived at lunchtime and the pub was already getting fuller. There was funny conversation from the bar staff who added to the whole atmosphere of the place . There were plenty of seats and also little snug areas. The Guinness was €6 a pint , the cheapest and the nicest we had paid in Dublin. We also had the most delicious Irish coffee made with powers whisky and cream. If you’re looking for a truly traditional Irish experience it’s a definitely must.