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Bernard Shaw Bar

Bars & pubs, Clubs

A proper 113-year-old Irish boozer, the Bernard Shaw was taken over in 2006 by Dublin-based club promoters and label owners Bodytonic. The place has kept...

11-12 South Richmond Street

Bleeding Horse

Bars & pubs

The Bleeding Horse has occupied this prominent Camden Street site for two centuries. These days it attracts a pleasant crowd of local regulars and an...

24 Camden Street Upper

Brazen Head

Bars & pubs

The Brazen Head claims to be Ireland's oldest pub (it's not) but it's been in operation since 1198 and the rebel Robert Emmett planned an uprising here in...

20 Bridge Street Lower

Davy Byrnes

Bars & pubs

In Ulysses, Leopold Bloom stops here for a gorgonzola sandwich and a glass of burgundy. 'He raised his eyes and met the stare of a bilious clock. Two. Pub...

21 Duke Street

Doheny & Nesbitt

Bars & pubs

At weekends, this glorious old pub is packed to the gills with lawyers getting squiffy and quoting Blackstone and law gossip at each other. If this doesn't...

5 Baggot Street Lower


Bars & pubs

If you feel daunted by the prospect of the hyper-trendy pubs nearby, the Duke offers something less pretentious. There's plenty of room on its two floors,...

9 Duke Street


Bars & pubs

You get two bars for the price of one here. On the ground floor, thick wooden ledges, ornate mirrors and darkly lit spaces provide an idea of what an old...

27-29 Essex Street East

Foggy Dew

Bars & pubs

Sitting adjacent to the looming Central Bank and named after an old Irish ballad, this is one of the rare pubs in Temple Bar that draws a healthy mix of...

1 Fownes Street Upper

Ginger Man

Bars & pubs

This small, old-fashioned pub is just round the corner from Merrion Square, and great for a pint or two after a jaunt around the museums. The regular pub...

40 Fenian Street

Grogan's Castle Lounge

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

Grogan's has a relaxed, shabby charm, great Guinness and tasty toasted sandwiches: three good reasons for its customers - old regulars and a number of more...

15 William Street South

Hairy Lemon

Bars & pubs

While the decor in the older front bar may seem a little quirky, don't be put off spending an evening in this great little pub. The Lemon's popular any time...

42 Lower Stephen Street

Kavanagh's ('The Gravediggers')

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

Way off the beaten track, Kavanagh's is a Dublin institution and thus, for many, worth the trek. Owing to its location next door to Glasnevin cemetery, this...

1 Prospect Square

Long Hall

Bars & pubs

This ornate Victorian gin palace has it all: jovial barman, old bloke at the bar with a pint of Guinness, smattering of characterful regulars. Indeed, the...

51 South Great George's Street


Bars & pubs

Popularly known as the Brendan Behan bar, McDaid's was once a haunt of the literary avant-garde, but is now more likely to be packed out with bus loads of...

3 Harry Street

Messrs Maguire

Bars & pubs

This quayside spot tries really hard, but never quite seems to get there. Downstairs has dark flooring, wood stools and affable barmen, while upstairs...

1-2 Burgh Quay
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