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All reviewsoldest pub in dublinthe pubgreat atmospherelive musicfish stewbangers and mashstory tellingirish folkloretraditional musicbar stafftemple barpint of guinnessirish coffeevisiting dublinfairiesstorytellingireland
We visited the Brazen Head for a few drinks and a bite to eat the food was really nice seems to be very popular for the food, very busy spot nice cosy atmosphere and the staff are nice and friendly. There was music on the...More
We did the food, folklore, fairies dinner at the Brazen Head and it was a lot of fun. Great way to learn some more of the stories of Ireland's history and its clear that Irish like to tell stories. The food was decent, bacon and...More
My husband and I went to dinner and the storytelling show last night. A little history with a comedic flair from John provided most of the entertainment. We sat and ate with 10 people we met for the first time and everyone was pleasant and...More
The Brezen Head is a must do while in Dublin. Beer and food was great, particularly the fish & chips and the traditional Irish Stew. I had a couple Guinness, which was well worth the visit. Highly recommended.
I mean... how amazing is that? The pub is hundreds of years old. Just that make the place really special. The service is great and their offer of beer is vast. I recommend it to anyone who want to live the real Irish pub experience...More
While in Dublin we had to visit the oldest pub in Dublin! It was jammed packed and we had to push our way around for a table but we managed with no trouble at all! There were four of us and thought with the amount...More
I'm told its the oldest pub in Ireland. Great atmosphere if a tad overloaded in all the separate rooms. Waited approx 20 mins for a table but had a pint of Guinness then the four of us ate. A generally nice meal not fantastic but...More
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As others have said, if you can avoid driving/parking there it would be a better option. Although there maybe some parking available in the general area, you need to be very careful and selective about where you leave your... More
As others have said, if you can avoid driving/parking there it would be a better option. Although there maybe some parking available in the general area, you need to be very careful and selective about where you leave your car.
Q-park Christchurch car park is about a 10 minute walk away and is open 24 hours.