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Dublin's oldest microbrewery pub sprawls casually over three storeys. Its wooden decor may be excessively rustic, but the Porterhouse makes up for that with the quality of the beer. It sells only its own label, but its stouts, lagers and ales are better than any mass-produced beer; the Oyster Stout, made on the premises with real oysters, is very good. It also serves excellent pub food at reasonable prices, and the Irish stew and bangers and mash will fill you up without breaking the bank.

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Porterhouse details

16-18 Parliament Street

Area Temple Bar

Transport All cross-city buses/Luas Jervis.

Telephone 679 8847

Porterhouse website

Open 11.30am-11.30pm Mon-Wed; 11.30am-2am Thur; 11.30am-2.30am Fri; noon-2.30am Sat; 12.30-11pm Sun.

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By Joe - Feb 24 2013

My family and I are traveling to Dublin from the United States this summer. Is Porterhouse family-friendly for my 6-year-old? Thanks!