Patrons of Kehoes, the end is nigh. We’ve waited as weeks and months rolled by. The light at the end of our tunnel, is in sight. So on July 20th, we will delight In welcoming you back, through our open door, Offering our services, to you, once more. Things may be different but some […]
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 […]
Rugby fans around the world are already looking forward to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. It is the first time in the event’s history that it will take place outside the traditional heartland of the sport, and the first time it will be held in Asia. The 6-week tournament will kick off on September […]
Nestled away just off Grafton Street, Kehoes Pub, South Anne Street, is considered by many a home to one of the best pints of Guinness in Dublin City. The former home of John Kehoe himself, our well-established watering hole is where you will find the creamiest, smoothest pint of the black stuff, putting us on […]
To mark the Louis Fitzgerald Group 50 milestone we are selling 2019 calendars that feature some of our historical heritage pubs, restaurants and hotels. We have chosen Focus Ireland as our local charity this Christmas. Focus Ireland works tirelessly to prevent and decrease homelessness in Ireland. Through education and support networks they help those in […]
Well worth a visit Usually incredibly busy, so you have to pick your time. Of course, the crowds often add to the atmosphere, so if you like drinking Guinness with your arms pinned to your sides, there's no better place.
Nice place large selection of beers and whiskeys, perfect for late afternoon drinks. love the small booths, although they were all taken already
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!!!