Dublin Pubs

Stags Head

1 Dame Court, Dublin 2.

01-679 3687

A classic Dublin pub filled with locals, history and great atmosphere. Check out the Stags head on the wall inside along with traditional Irish music downstairs in the evenings.

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Kehoes

9 Anne Street South, Dublin 2.

01-677 8312 

Kehoe’s is not only a great pub to enjoy at night but also in the early evenings too when the locals come in for a pint after work. It was voted Dublin Pub of the year in 2011. You will love the friendly and homely atmosphere inside.

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O’Donoghues 

15 Merrion Row, Dublin 2.

01-660 7194

Everyone in Dublin knows this pub quite well. Great atmosphere and traditional Irish music to be enjoyed in the evening times. This is where the famous Irish group, The Dubliners plied there trade and made their name.

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Long Hall

51 South Georges Street, Dublin 2.

01-475 1590

You cannot miss this old Victorian building filled with good auld Dublin charm. Even Bruce Springsteen is a regular when he comes to town. Check out the long mirrored bar which showcases replica Muskets.

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Cobblestone

77 King Street North, Smithfield, Dublin 7.

01-872 1799

After your visit to the Old Jameson Distillery, drop into The Cobblestone Pub just seconds away. The Backroom downstairs has Irish music sessions seven days a week and great craic (fun) to be had.

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John Kavanaghs, Gravediggers,

1 Prospect Square, Dublin 11.

01-830 7978

Just a few miles/km’s from the city but worth the journey, is The Gravediggers. This was where the workers of the cemetery would come for a pint after the graveyard shift. Many ghost stories are still told today of the Old Victorian practices and burials that went on back then.

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The Quays Temple Bar

12 Temple Bar Square, Dublin 2.

01-674 1923

In the heart of Temple Bar, This lively pub is known for the Craic agus Ceiol which means good times and music. This is a favorite for locals and visitors in the area.

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Baggot Inn

143 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2.

01-661 8758

This has been one of the trendiest Dublin bars since it opened its doors in 1969. Many famous Irish artists performed here including Thin Lizzy, U2 and Script band member Danny O’Donoghue. Great places to meet the locals and even pull your own pint.

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Arlington Hotel

22-23 Bachelor’s Walk, Dublin 1.

01-804 9137

The Arlington is probably one of the best places in Dublin where you get to enjoy traditional irish dancing (Ceile) You can get a sneak preview for free but the show is worth while especially if you liked the Riverdance.

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Café En Seine,

39 Dawson Street, Dublin 2.

01-677 4568

One of the most stylish bars in Dublin situated on trendy Dawson Street. When you walk through the doors, this place takes you back in time to 19th century Paris. A stunning bar to visit for even a coffee or a dance. 

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