This slender, wood-paneled taproom hasn’t closed for a single day since Prohibition—or so boast the chatty barkeeps manning the storied Irish saloon. Afternoon regulars, young tipplers and occasional tourists make up the steady Guinness- and Jameson-sipping clientele. Outside, a neon Celtic harp (installed in 1933) glows bright yellow and red. Inside, flat-screen TVs appease the sports fans, and a jukebox spits out everything from Sinatra to Justin Timberlake.
|Venue name:||Dublin House||Contact:|
225 W 79th St
|Cross street:||between Amsterdam Ave and Broadway|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 8am–4am, Sun noon–4pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to 79th St|
|Price:||Average drink: $6. AmEx, Disc, MC, V|
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Average User Rating
3 / 5
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I couldn't disagree more with the prior review! The staff are in no way racist or sexist; they are stereotypically grumpy Irish bartenders and they treat everyone the same. I've been a patron for over 10 years and know them all well, yet I get no better service than any stranger off of the street. It's all part of the charm of the place! If you want someone to fawn all over you, go somewhere else. If you want a true, NYC, Irish pub, then the Dublin House is the place to go!
Visited twice and can only say that bartenders that are racist and sexistdont belong in my list of favorites and dont belong on the upper west side.