Kehoes heritage pub is the perfect stop off place for groups who are exploring Dublin cities culture or who have a local office in the area. Spread across two floors this Victorian pub was once the home of John Kehoe himself. From the stained glass mahogany doors, to the unspoilt, untouched Heritage Bar – lap up the history of this 100 year old shrine over the best pint of Guinness in Dublin before commencing on your travels.
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Cool spot off Grafton Street Stop in during your walk through Grafton Street for a very good pint of Guinness in an honest atmosphere.
Great Pint The guinness tastes like cream and the staff are all excellent. Find yourself a quiet table in one of the many knocks and crannies in here and just take it all in. The atmosphere is amazing and the craic is mighty. Decent prices too, for such a central location.
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!!!