Auld Dubliner

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If you're up for a laugh and a sing-song, and you're happy to drink with dewy-eyed tourists enthusing about the traditional music being played onstage, this place, smack-bang in the heart of Temple Bar, is for you. There are bands playing traditional music upstairs, decent pints at the bar and coddle (a traditional Dublin sausage, bacon and potato stew) on the lunch menu. It can get very packed at the weekends.

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Auld Dubliner details

24 Anglesea Street

Area Temple Bar

Transport All cross-city buses/Luas Jervis

Telephone 677 0527

Auld Dubliner website

Open 10.30am-11.30pm Mon-Thur; 10.30am-12.30am Fri, Sat; 12.30-11pm Sun.

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By Martin plunkett - Jun 7 2013

hi i from Sydney, it's hard to believe I had my going away in 1982 on my way to Oz.with my friends, Gerry and Mary. Slim ,Peter mul. Brab,young Doc. Old doc ,Peter mad eys.Lilly- Mary, Tommy the tourist ,The best sessions in Dublin on a Sunday morning, rain or snow. The first time I heard the Town I love so well, met my wife there in back lounge ,still together,Sunday Morn was brill.we used to Q. Outside at 10-30for Eddie to let us in,session started strate away brill.from there after close,over to Meeting Place to watch Flouting Dublin Blues Band. Then back to Auld Dub. More music from working class Dublin.Franky and Johnny Murray, Liam Kennedy all the boys from The good end of Dublin great stuff, I am 60 now going good, looking back wondering about my old mates some are gone some hanging in, it's unreal we're life takes you , Off all the places I have been I still miss Dublin , I would like to keep in with the Dub, when I get back on holidays . E DDY DOYLE WAS KNOWN AS POXY PINTS. HA .