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It doesn't get any more Real Irish Pub than this. Engaging owner and staff. Very interesting place. Could have stayed for hours. Well, it would be accurate to say "could have stayed for more hours..."
It's a must do.
My friend and I visited this pub during our stay in Dublin .It was full of character and drinks were a reasonable price . It was free of stag and hen do,s so could have a great conversation with the locals that drink there .
Visited this bar after dinner one evening. Lots of character and characters. This is a very old bar and it has the personality . Friendly patrons that want to engage you in conversation . Lots of locals drinking Guinness...but we had a glass of wine...More
What a find , beautiful interior very friendly bar staff . We walked in about 11;00 on good Friday to be greeted with a warm welcome and a free curtesy of the manager .
The food is plentiful and very tasty , fish and chips...More
I've been visiting this pub on my visits to Dublin for over 40 years. Every time I return with trepidation wondering whether it will have been totally subsumed into the 'Temple Bar' theme park. Every time I visit I'm relieved to find that nothing has...More
One of the few places where I asked for a Beamish and I wasn't given directions towards the city of Cork. Love the Irish humor, but it can't compensate when you can't drink the beer you like because of hawk marketing. So, kudos for having...More
Getting away from busy Temple Bar we past this place. Because there was an advert saying "Live Music". Going in, we went up into the Bar(There is also a Pub downstairs). The Bar is dimly lighted as has a fantastic atmosphere. The live music was...More