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We first came here in 1981 and loved it. It has hardly changed and why would anyone have messed with such a beautiful place, Great decor, atmosphere, Guiness, whisky and Irish Coffee. A perfect way to while away an hour or so.
This is yet another of the few remaining old Dublin pubs. It has been a place I liked to frequent when I was growing up in Dublin and it has not changed much.
It is representative of what pubs were like in Dublin and Ireland....More
Probably the best pub in Temple Bar, authentic and steeped in history. A quieter pub than some of the others a little further down but a welcome break from all the mad hustle and bustle. Beer prices seemed a little more affordable in here too....More
Great bar. Loved the wide selection of whiskeys- we tried a few along with some beers. Service is efficient and there is a seating room in the back where you can sit with your friends and “hang”.
Also was on Bourdain’s list of bars and...More
This is Victorian bar with stained glass that gives you access to traditional Irish beer and scotch. This is a perfect place to hear Irish music and traditions. There are other options in the are the best would be to visit all of them of...More
Excellent service, bar staff, particularly Jenny and Sharon are two wonderful, talented, young girls; they would go out of their way to make sure you are comfortable and enjoyed your experience- everyone else was fine
On a Friday night, most of the bars in Temple Bar are packed and noisy. The Palace is a nice change of pace. It's not boring in any way. It's just that, while the other bars tend to skew toward boisterous crowds, the Palace seems...More