Cue the Holiday Jingles: Christmas in Dublin is something truly special. Celebrate the silly season with us this year and enjoy a truly Irish experience!
From the cosy snugs in Kehoes and The Stag’s Head to the heat of an open fire. We have an abundance of Irish Christmas atmosphere on offer as well as one of the largest selections of gin in Dublin in the Gin Palace worthy of Queen Margaret herself.
Speaking of history, we have just the place for those looking for something historical. Check out The Grand Central, where Irish School of Wireless Telegraphy once sat and the broadcasting of the Proclamation of an Irish Republic via shortwave radio in 1916 was aired. You’re sure to satisfy any historian buff.
If you’re more of a music buff wander up to Thin Lizzy’s old haunt, Bruxelles. While you’re there give them a vote at our voting station for ‘Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’. The bar has attracted other familiar faces such as our very own Michael Flatley, Michael O’Driscoll to Oasis, Snow Patrol and many more. If you’re lucky you may spot a familiar face.
Take a wander down the cobbled streets of Temple Bar before the end of the night and see what treasures old Dublin has to offer. Drop into The Quays for a pint of the black stuff and some craic agus ceoil.
For a true Irish experience. Pop into each of our bars and let us know your favourite… 12 pubs… sure who survives that. Savour and enjoy it with 6!
Absolutely beautiful! One of the most beautiful little pubs I've ever been in! Right in the heart of Dublin, and preserved in pure Victorian style, with cosy snugs and partitions, elaborate old mirrors that make it look twice as big, a lot of stained glass and mahogany - a most stylish place to have a coffee or a whiskey in.
Cool spot off Grafton Street Stop in during your walk through Grafton Street for a very good pint of Guinness in an honest atmosphere.
Real Irish Pub, tucked away. If you want a real Irish pub away from the tourists in Temple Bar ... this is your place. You won't get any better in central Dublin and you won't get any more traditional. And you might actually meet some locals - tough in many of the other bars in the centre. The Guinness tastes better here - but perhaps that's all in the mind!!!