Pubs37 Dawson Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/37_Dawson_Street37 Dawson Street; a bar and restaurant located just off St. Stephen's Green where "all is not what it seems". Set over 2 levels including a Mezzanine, with 4 bars thoughout, including a Whiskey Bar.PubsRestaurants4 Dame Lanehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Nightclubs/4_dame_laneLocated in the heart of Dublin City Centre, 4 Dame Lane is the ideal location for all events big or small.NightclubsPubsAbbey Tavernhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Abbey_TavernA genuine tavern located in the lovely fishing village of Howth.PubsRestaurantsIrish RestaurantsAnseohttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/AnseoAnseo is a mad den of iniquity located on Camden Street...With frequent comedy nights, you'll often find a familiar face telling a few cutting edge jokes upstairs or even propping up the bar.PubsAvoca Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Avoca_BarA wise old man once told me “to find real treasure you need to dig deep”. This nugget is definitely true when it comes to the Southside gem the Avoca Bar.PubsRestaurantsBeerhousehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/BeerhouseThe Beerhouse is a bar at the junction of Capel and Bolton Street, about fifteen minutes walk from the Spire or ten from Parnell Square.PubsBellamy's Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Bellamys_PubBellamy's Pub is a traditional style bar and lounge, with two fantastic bars and friendly staff. Bellamy's can cater for all events whether large or small.PubsBlue Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Blue_BarA casual and stylish bar with cool interiors, serves good continental style food, from snacks and tapas to full main courses.PubsRestaurantsBrogan's Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Brogans_PubSituated on Dame Street, Brogans is centrally located as a start or a finish to a good night out.PubsBruxelleshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/BruxellesJust off Grafton Street, Bruxelles attracts a very diverse crowd. Bruxelles is a music bar on Harry Street just around the corner from Grafton Street. Bruxelles ground floor bar has the feel of a traditional Dublin pub with a relaxed atmosphere, friendly staff and very reasonably priced drinks for the Grafton Street area.PubsBuskershttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Nightclubs/BuskersAs one of Dublin's most popular city centre music bars, Buskers has a DJ playing the hottest party tracks and dance hits every weekend.NightclubsPubsCafe en Seinehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Nightclubs/Cafe_en_SeineCafé en Seine, One of the most spectacular bars in Europe, unique in both ambience and style, a must see!NightclubsCafésPubsRestaurantsCellar Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Cellar_BarSet in the original 18th century wine vaults under the Georgian townhouses which form the main house of the Merrion Hotel.PubsPub GrubCentral Hotel Library Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Central_Hotel_Library_BarThe Library Bar at The Central Hotel combines the charm and elegance of a bygone age with the most modern facilities and services.PubsChurch, The, Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Church_The_BarThis restored Church is certainly Dublin’s most unique establishment.PubsConradh Na Gaeilgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Conradh_Na_GaeilgeWant to hear the lyrical tones of Gaelic speakers? You'll have a warm welcome at the Conradh Na Gaeilge bar particularly if you attempt Cupla Focal (few words) in Irish.PubsDakota Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Nightclubs/Dakota_BarDublin's Dakota Bar is open 7 days for fine drinks and freshly made good food.NightclubsPubsRestaurantsDavy Byrneshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/vd_Davy_Byrnes'Davy Byrnes Dublin's most famous pub certaily in a literary sense, with its Joycean Associations, always charcterful, classy and fashionable. It's the original Dublin Gastropub and it's over 100 years old. From oysters to pheasant.' Lucinda O' Sullivan Sunday IndependentPubsDice’s Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Dices_BarDice Bar is located on the corner of Benburb Street and Queen Street, which is off Smithfield SquarePubsDoheny & Nesbitthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Doheny_and_NesbittGreat for food and a lively atmosphere, this famous heritage pub oozes old world charm.PubsDoyle'shttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Doyles_In_TownDoyle's "Late Bar" is open 7 nights a week and provides an off-licence, a great day and evening food menu and private function rooms all with a friendly service, as only the Irish know how.PubsDuffy's Bar & Loungehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Duffys_Bar_and_LoungeBar lounge. Lunches served daily 12.30pm-3pm. Snacks and sandwiches served all day.Pubsely bar and brasserie, IFSChttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Ely_bar_and_brasserie_IFSCIn the heart of Dublin’s Docklands, ely bar and brasserie is a stunning, award winning venue specialising in expert corporate hospitality.PubsRestaurantsIrish Restaurantsely gastro barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Ely_Gastro_BarAs well as a comprehensive wine offering, ely gastro pub boasts an extensive beer, ale and cocktail list.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubEuropeanEnoteca Delle Langhehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Enoteca_Delle_LangheThe original of the species, the Enoteca Langhe was our first wine bar/restaurant, opened in July 2003, and has the real feel of a traditional wine bar. Modelled on the Italian Enoteca typical to the Langhe region of northern Italy.PubsRestaurantsItalian RestaurantsFade Street Socialhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Fade_Street_SocialFade Street Social is an ambitious new project incorporating two restaurants under one roofPubsRestaurantsFarringtonshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/FarringtonsFarringtons is a beautiful pub featuring a Victorian bar with partitions over 120 years oldPubsFerryman Pub & Southbank Restauranthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Ferryman_Pub_and_Southbank_RestaurantThe Ferryman Pub and Southbank Restaurant offers the visitor a warm and traditional pub atmosphere with lively entertainment.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubFindlater Howthhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Cafes/Findlater_HowthTake one of Howth’s landmark buildings with its distinctive red-brick facade, create a warm and welcoming interior with a choice of areas to eat, drink and relax, add stunning views of the harbour and Ireland’s Eye… and you have all the ingredients for the success story that is Wrights Findlater HowthCafésPubsRestaurantsSeafood RestaurantsFitzgeralds of Sandycovehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Fitzgeralds_of_SandycoveOne of Dublin’s most famous Victorian pubs established in 1861. The premises has been run by the Fitzgerald family since 1960, and has seen three generations work behind the bar.PubsPub GrubFitzsimons Temple Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Fitzsimons_HotelFitzsimons Temple Bar is a boutique hotel situated on the bank of the River Liffey overlooking the Millenium Bridge in the heart of Temple Bar.PubsPub GrubHotelsFlowing Tidehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Flowing_TideThe Flowing Tide is situated on the opposite corner to the Abbey Theatre which is ideal for a drink before or after the show.PubsForty Foot Bar & Grillhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Nightclubs/Forty_Foot_Bar_and_GrillThe Forty Foot Bar and Grill is located in the heart of Dun Laoghaire with panoramic views of Dun Laoghaire harbour that are beyond compareNightclubsPubsRestaurantsIrish RestaurantsOtherFront Loungehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Front_LoungeComfy and modern with unusual architectural accents.PubsGilbert & Wright - Dun Laoghairehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Gilbert_and_Wright_Dun_LaoghaireGilbert & Wright Dunlaoghaire is a 70's retro-styled bar, with a welcoming atmosphere. Come on down and enjoy the cool vibe & try one of our signature cocktails.....PubsGilbert & Wright Clontarfhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Gilbert_and_Wright_ClontarfOne of the newest additions to the Clontarf and north county Dublin social scene and one which has taken this vibrant area by storm.PubsRestaurantsOtherGilbert & Wright Malahidehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Gilbert_and_Wright_MalahideOne of the newest additions to the Malahide social scene and one which has taken this vibrant town by storm.PubsRestaurantsOtherGraingershttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/GraingersA nice casual place for a pint off the beaten track of the usual city centre venues.PubsGrogan's Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Grogans_PubGrogan's might be familiar from Flann O'Brien's At Swim Two Birds, where the hero spends money he doesn't have on a pint or three in this Castle Market stalwart.PubsGubuhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/GubuGubu is one of Dublin's most stylish gay bars. With its long bar, velvet curtains, atmospheric lighting and 'couch-beds' - this funky bar offers cabaret, DJ's and live jazz into the early hours.PubsHa'penny Bridge Innhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Hapenny_Bridge_InnThe Ha'penny Bridge Inn is situated on Wellington Quay in the city centre.PubsHardy’s Bar at the Royal Marine Hotelhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Hardys_BarHardy’s Bar is the main bar in the Hotel. With an excellent Bar Food Menu and Live Music & Complimentary Finger Food on certain nights, this welcoming bar has a great atmosphere.PubsHedigans The Brian Boruhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Hedigans_The_Brian_BoruAll that a Dublin pub should be...PubsHogans Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Hogans_Bar Directly below Kellys Hotel, you’ll find Hogans Bar; one of Dublin’s enduringly popular bar establishments. If its a pint you crave, this is the place. The bar is particularly popular with students, and young professionals and comes alive at weekends.PubsHorse Show Househttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Horse Show HouseThe Newly Refurbished Horse Show House is located opposite The Royal Dublin Society Exhibition centre and is the home of Leinster Rugby.PubsHousehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/HouseBar, restaurant with outdoor garden seating,PubsRestaurantsJ.W. Sweetmanhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/J_W_SweetmanJ.W. Sweetman welcomes you to enjoy fine food, craft beers and discerning range of whiskeys over four floors, here in the heart of Dublin.PubsIrish RestaurantsPub GrubJack Nealons Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Jack_Nealons_PubJack Nealons is a traditional Irish Pub resting in the heart of Dublin’s city centre. It is situated on Capel StreetPubsPub GrubJohnnie Fox's Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Traditional_Irish_Music_and_Dance/Johnnie_Foxs_PubSituated in Glencullen on top of the Dublin mountains, Johnnie Fox's is one of Ireland's oldest and most famous traditional Irish pubs - and we are also famed as the highest pub in the country.Traditional Irish Music & DancePubsRestaurantsKehoeshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/KehoesKehoe's is a traditional Irish Pub. Kehoe's was first licensed in 1803 when the winds of revolution spread across Western Europe.PubsKnightsbridge Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Traditional_Irish_Music_and_Dance/Knightsbridge_BarThe Knighstbridge Bar has traditional Irish music sessions with Irish dancing 7 nights a week at 9pm.Traditional Irish Music & DancePubsKudos Restaurant & Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Kudos_Restaurant _and_BarAt Kudos Restaurant, we offer traditional and European dishes. Choose from classics such as a burger, lamb, as well as fish and chicken dishes.PubsRestaurantsEuropeanLa Ruellehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/La_Ruelle Welcome to La Ruelle, Dublin's premiere wine bar. Enjoy a relaxing atmosphere in the heart of Dublin's city centre in a warm and modern setting.PubsRestaurantsItalian RestaurantsEuropeanLagoona Bar and Restauranthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Lagoona_Bar_and_RestaurantLagoona, located in the heart of Dublin's Financial Services Centre, is the perfect venue for a quick, satisfying lunch, leisurely afternoon pint or lively after work sessionPubsRestaurantsLeft Bank Bar and Restauranthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Left_Bank_Bar_and_RestaurantDublin's Left Bank Bar is a trendy late night bar with a difference. The original building was once part of the Central Bank of Ireland.PubsM O'Brienshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/M_OBriensRecently renovated in 2004 it still retains its famous bar which is one of the oldest in Dublin, remaining untouched for nearly 100 years.PubsMadigan's Abbey Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Madigans_Abbey_StreetEstablished in 1991 and located 1 minute walk from O'Connell Street and opposite Wynns Hotel on the main Luas line.PubsMadigan's Earl Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Madigans_Earl_StreetEstablished in 1922 the first PUB in the Madigan group PUB chain.PubsMadigan's O'Connell Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Madigans_OConnell_StreetLocated on Dublin's main thoroughfare between The Gresham Hotel and The Savoy Cinema.PubsMan O'Warhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Man_OWarMan O’War is a traditional Irish pub located just 10 minutes from Dublin Airport and half an hour from the city centre.PubsMarket Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Market_BarLocated in the market complex on South George Street, The Market Bar is a 'gastro-pub' offering Spanish and Tuscan style cuisine.PubsMatt the Thresher Seafood Bar & Grillhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Matt_the_Thresher_Seafood_Bar_and_GrillWe specialise in fresh Irish seafood which we source directly from the harbours around the island. But we also sell the most tender of beef which we bring from our famous Inn and Restaurant in County Tipperary.PubsRestaurantsSeafood RestaurantsMcDaid'shttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/McDaidsOne of the true literary pubs of Dublin it was frequented in its time by many of the greats of Irish literature.PubsMerchants Arch Bar & Restauranthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Merchants_Arch_Bar_and_RestaurantMerchants Arch Bar & Restaurant.PubsRestaurantsIrish RestaurantsMolloyshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/MolloysDublin is famous for it's pubs and many of them are architectural gemsPubsMorgan Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Morgan_BarThe Morgan Bar is an oasis of vibrancy in the heart of Temple Bar, Dublin City.PubsMother Kellyshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Mother_KellysOverflowing with Irish character, this is a true gem on the Irish pub scene.PubsMulligan'shttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/MulligansMulligans is composed of an abundance of Victorian mahogany and well used counter tops, and many divides, screens and dark corners make it ideal for intimacy.PubsMulligans of Stoneybatterhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Mulligans_of_StoneybatterWe believe that Irish produce is special, and worth celebrating. Our menu is seasonal & we change it every week.PubsRestaurantsIrish RestaurantsMV Cill Airne, Dublin's Floating Restaurant & Bar on the River Liffeyhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/MV_Cill_Airne_Dublins_Floating_Restaurant_and_Bar_on_the_River_LiffeyThe MV Cill Airne, Dublin’s floating Restaurant & Bar on the River Liffey.PubsRestaurantsEuropeanNancy Hand Bar & Restauranthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Nancy_Hand_Bar_and_RestaurantClassic Bar & Restaurant situated close to Dublin’s Phoenix Park, the National Museum at Collins Barracks, and a short stroll from Heuston train station.PubsRestaurantsNo. 27 Bar & Loungehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/No_27 Bar_and_LoungeAlways buzzing, No. 27 Bar & Lounge sparkles with style and sophisticated fun and is the place to see and be seen in Dublin.PubsRestaurantsEuropeanO'Donoghues Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/O_Donoghues_BarWe like to think that an evening spent at O'Donoghue's is an experience that stays with you. A favourite haunt for Dubliners and tourists from every corner of the world, who come to share the authentic character of one of Dublin's oldest bars, and to admire the artistry of real Irish musicians.PubsO'Dwyershttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/ODwyersO’Dwyers has recently reopened after extensive renovations.PubsO'Neill's Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Traditional_Irish_Music_and_Dance/ONeills_PubWelcome to O' Neill's Pub and Restaurant. You will find us opposite the Dublin Tourism Centre.Traditional Irish Music & DancePubsRestaurantsPub GrubLiterary DublinO’Shea’s Merchant Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/O_Sheas_Merchant_BarO’Shea’s Merchant Bar has been written about in song and story, A True Irish Pub, its walls are adorned with pictures & memorabilia from times past creating a wonderful old world atmosphere.PubsO’Sheashttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/O_SheasAn institution in the city, renowned for its traditional Irish music & set dancing. O’Shea’s bar has a wonderful atmosphere and retains its old world character.PubsOdeon Nite Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Odeon_Bar_and_RestaurantThe Odeon Bar has built a reputation for being the go-to venue for evening drinks in the capital.PubsOtherOliver St John Gogartyhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Traditional_Irish_Music_and_Dance/Oliver_St_John_GogartyGogartys is situated in the centre of Dublin’s Cultural Quarter, Temple Bar. Our lively bar is literally bursting with fun every day of the week with lots of different types of music to entertain youTraditional Irish Music & DancePubsIrish RestaurantsPaddy Cullen's and Mary Macshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Paddy-CullensLocated in the heart of Ballsbridge on Merrion Road, Paddy Cullens and Mary Macs is an ideal location for the discerning customer to enjoy a drink or fine food in good company and pleasant traditional surroundings.PubsPub GrubPalace Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Palace_BarThe Palace Bar is located on Fleet Street in Temple Bar.PubsPantiBarhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Gay_Dublin/PantiBarGay night club, located on Capel Street, Dublin.Gay and LesbianPubsPatrick Conway’shttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Patrick_ConwaysAround the corner from the city's busiest thoroughfare, O'Connell Street is the quiet ambience of one of Dublin's finest old pubs, Patrick Conways. Lying on Parnell Street, Conways has the look and feel of a bygone era with its wonderful old design and leisurely atmosphere.PubsPeadar Kearney's Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Peadar_Kearneys_PubA quaint pub decorated in true Dublin style, friendly staff. Live music 7 nights a week.PubsPeter's Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Peters_Pub"A pub for a chat and convivial chat up, this humble and friendly place is more like Peter's living room and is one of the few remaining drinking dens that hasn't chnaged personality in recent years"PubsPub GrubRyan's of Parkgate Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/ryans_parkgate_street Ryan’s of Parkgate Street has been a landmark Victorian public house in Dublin since 1886 located at the front gate of the Phoenix Park. It has had many famous patrons thorughout it's years including George W. Bush Junior and Senior who both drank here together and also John F. Kennedy.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubSearson'shttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/SearsonsSearsons of Baggot Street has a contemporary feel but with a traditional Irish bar atmosphere including a very popular snug.PubsSilver Tassiehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Silver_TassieRenowned for a steak and a pint after a round of golf at the nearby Powerscourt & Druids Glen Championship Golf Courses.PubsPub GrubSinnottshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/SinnottsSinnotts is located just off St. Stephens Green. A traditional style pub licensed since 1840's which appeals to all ages. It is home to an unrivalled collection of over 200 portraits drawings photographs and biographies of famous Irish Writers of the last two centuries.PubsSlatteryshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/SlatterysSlatterys serving up breakfast and pints to the people and tourists of Dublin from 7 A.M Saturdays & Sundays.PubsPub GrubSmyth's of Malahidehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Smyths_of_MalahideHello and welcome to Smyths of Malahide, a traditional family run pub specialising in an all American food concept in our “Tommy Guns” restaurant.PubsSpeak Easy Cafe Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Speak_Easy_Cafe_BarSituated on Dublin’s South Great George’s Street, at Speakeasy our mission is to bring you the best chilled out, live music café bar the City has to offer.PubsStrawberry Hallhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Strawberry_HallOld World Irish Pub Voted 8th Best Pub in Dublin (Dubliner Magazine 2007). Best Guinness in Dublin.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubSummit Innhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Summit_InnThe Summit Inn as its name suggests is located at the Summit of Howth hill. It was the last stop on the old GNR Howth tram which meandered its way from Howth train station at the foot of the hill up the hill to the summit.PubsSweeney'shttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/SweeneysSweeney's Bar of Dame Street have a great line up of regular gigs. We also have a lot of other gigs and promotions as well as open mic nights.PubsRestaurantsTaylors Three Rockhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Taylors_Three_RockThe Panoramic view and rural setting of Taylor's Three Rock makes this one of the most idyllically set public houses in Dublin.PubsRestaurantsThe 51http://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Fifty_OneSituated on picturesque Haddington Road, Ballsbridge, The 51 is a modern, spacious pub in the heartland of Dublin 4.PubsThe Addison Lodgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Addison_LodgeThe Addison Lodge is located in the heart of Glasnevin opposite Ireland’s National Botanic Gardens and a short stroll from historic Glasnevin cemetery.PubsThe Anglers Resthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Anglers_RestAnglers Rest is an award winning, seafood restaurant, located in the heart of the country and yet only a fifteen minute drive from the city centre beside the River Liffey and the Phoenix Park.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubSeafood RestaurantsOtherThe Auld Dubliner Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities//The_Auld_Dubliner_PubSlap bang in the middle of Temple Bar, Dublin's Cultural Quarter, you'll find The Auld Dubliner.PubsThe Baggot Innhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities//The_Baggot_InnThe Baggot Inn is one of the most historic and lively pubs in Dublin. Located just a 4 minute walk from Grafton Street and St Stephen's Green.PubsThe Bank on College Greenhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Bank_on_College_GreenThe Bank on College Green is an excellent choice for all manner of functions and engagements. We serve a range of quality food all day including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We also cater for large parties with an extensive choice of finger food, set menu and buffet options.PubsThe Bankershttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_BankersThe Bankers is situated on Trinity Street, just a stone’s throw away from the Dublin Tourism Centre.PubsThe Bath Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/the_bath_pubSituated in the vibrant Bath Ave area and a ten minute walk from central Dublin, The Bath is superb addition to the well-known eateries and bars nearby.PubsPub GrubThe Bernard Shawhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Bernard_ShawThe Bernard Shaw was Bodytonic's very first venue in Dublin. The bar opened in 1895, we took over 111 years later. There's A LOT of history in this place and we've only begun a new chapter.PubsThe Bison Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Bison_BarA giant, mounted, slightly unnerving bison head surveys all who enter this whiskey bar.PubsThe Black Sheephttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Black_SheepThis great brew pub on Capel Street in Dublin is a sister pub to ‘Against The Grain’ on Wexford Street, ‘The Brew Dock’PubsPub GrubThe Bloody Streamhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Bloody_Stream_HowthA warm and welcoming interior with an old-fashioned feel, an open turf-burning fireplace, classic signage and characterful bric-a-brac stirring memories of a bygone era are just some of the atmospheric features of The Bloody Stream at Howth, one of north Dublin’s most attractive and popular bars, where the byword is hospitality.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubThe Boars Headhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Boars_HeadThe Boars Head is situated on Capel Street in Dublin's market area. It is a traditional, old style Dublin pub with a Celtic feel.PubsPub GrubThe Brazen Headhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities//The_Brazen_HeadDating back to 1198, the Brazen Head is Ireland's oldest pub.PubsThe Celt Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Celt_BarTraditional, authentic Irish Pub on Talbot st in Dublin's north city centre, great food and live Irish Music every day and night.PubsThe Chop Househttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Cafes/The_Chop_HouseThe Chop House is Dublin 4’s newest Gastropub. Proprietors Kevin Arundel (formerly of No. 10 and L’Ecrivain) and Jillian Mulcahy wanted to offer the locality fine food at very reasonable prices in a comfortable pub environment.CafésPubsRestaurantsEuropeanThe Clarendon Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The-Clarendon-BarLocated in the heart of Dublin, just meters away from Grafton Street, the Clarendon Bar is an ideal place to take the weight off during the day, or let your hair down for a great time at night.PubsPub GrubThe Cobblestonehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Theatres_and_Venues/CobblestoneThe Cobblestone Pub and Music Venue is based in Smithfield, a working class area behind the Four Courts; a few hundred yards from the North bank of the Liffey.Theatres & VenuesPubsThe Czech Innhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Czech_InnWelcome to the first established Czech bar in Ireland open since May 2006.PubsThe Dragonhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities//The_DragonThe Dragon is Dublin's newest and most vibrant gay disco bar.PubsThe Dropping Wellhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Dropping_WellThe Dropping Well is a landmark pub located in the leafy Suburb of Milltown in South Dublin, just down the road from The Nine Arches with panoramic views of the beautiful Dodder River.PubsThe Dukehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_DukeIdeally situated close to the city centre on historic Duke street, this old watering hole, which takes it's title from the little street named after the 2nd Duke of Grafton, has been providing liquid refreshment and sustenance to the people of Dublin since 1822.PubsPub GrubThe Dungeon Bar & Grillhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Dungeon_Bar_and_GrillOur newly refurbished Dungeon Bar & Grill, situated in the Dungeon Ouarters of Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel is the location of choice for good food and wine with friends.PubsRestaurantsThe Exchequerhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_ExchequerSince opening our doors in October 2009, The Exchequer has gone from strength to strength. Awards for best pub food in Dublin 2010 and best gastropub in Ireland 2010, coupled with a listing in Bridgestone's 100 best restaurants in Ireland guide and recommendations from Paolo Tullio and Lucinda O' Sullivan have propelled The Exchequer to the forefront of the bar and restaurant sectors in Ireland.PubsRestaurantsIrish RestaurantsThe Foggy Dewhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities//The_Foggy_DewSituated overlooking Central Bank Square in the heart of the city centre, this historical bar offers a charming blend of old world tradition fused with an appealing contemporary atmosphere.PubsThe Georgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Gay_Dublin/The_GeorgeThe George is not just any bar or any gay bar. It is the first port of call for young gay people in Ireland, it is the venue where gay and straight people mix together and where international visitors stop to check out the gay scene in Ireland. The George has been the lynchpin that holds Dublin's gay scene together.Gay and LesbianNightclubsTheatres & VenuesPubsThe Gin Palacehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Gin_PalaceThe Gin Palace has the largest selection of gin in Dublin boasting gins from every corner of the globePubsPub GrubThe Goat Bar & Grillhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Goat_Bar_and_GrillThe Goat is a landmark pub located in the well known Goatstown Area in South Dublin.PubsThe Grand Socialhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Grand_SocialThe Grand Social is a brand spanking new venue at the Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin. It is a unique venue that combines Live Music, Comedy, Culture, Djs, Art, and Performance.PubsThe Gravediggers (John Kavanaghs)http://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_GravediggersJohn Kavanagh's, more commonly known as the Gravediggers, is so called because of it's location beside Glasnevin CemeteryPubsThe Green Room Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Green_Room_BarLocated adjacent to the O2, The Green Room offers all the comforts of a modern wine and piano bar in the heart of Dublin’s entertainment district.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubThe Hairy Lemonhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Hairy_LemonThe enigmatic Hairy Lemon Pub was christened in memory of one of the city’s great characters who was a dog catcher in the 1950’s. He was reputed to boast a lemon shaped visage and a stubble of gooseberry like hair. This most enjoyable drinking establishment is just about as unconventional as it’s namesake.PubsPub GrubThe Inn Lounge - Kettles Country House Hotelhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Inn_Lounge_-_Kettles_Country_House_HotelThe "Inn" Lounge serves breakfast daily. Carvery from 12.30 to 3pm Monday to Saturday & all day Sunday til 8pm. Bar menu from 3pm to 9pm Monday to Saturday.PubsThe International Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_International_BarThe International is where you'll get the best an Irish pub can offer.PubsThe Ivy Househttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Ivy_HouseThe Ivy House is a long established public house in the Drumcondra area.PubsThe Long Hallhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Long_HallThe Long Hall is a listed, Victorian building, the interior is in the style of a traditional Irish bar with paraphernalia, such as old muskets and paintings, adorning the walls.PubsThe Long Stonehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities//The_Long_StoneEstablished in 1754, The Long Stone pub is a family owned and run pub situated in Dublin City Centre, just minutes from the popular Temple Bar area.PubsThe Lord Edwardhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Lord_ EdwardOn the second floor is the internationally famous and oldest seafood restaurant in Dublin. Here you can savour sea fresh fish daily, prepared by Dublin's best fish chef's. The relaxing old world atmosphere is backed by courteous and efficient service.PubsRestaurantsSeafood RestaurantsThe Lord Lucanhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Lord_LucanThe Lord Lucan is located in the busy borough of Lucan on the Southside of County Dublin. A charming traditional style pub with many modern elements.PubsThe Lotts Cafe Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities//The_Lotts_Cafe_BarThe Lotts Cafe Bar not only boasts a great pub atmosphere but also offers a restaurant standard food menu.PubsThe Lotts Cafe Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Cafes/vd_The_Lotts_Cafe_BarThe Lotts Cafe Bar not only boasts a great pub atmosphere but also offers a restaurant standard food menu.CafésPubsRestaurantsEuropeanThe Mercantile Bar & Grillhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Mercantile_Bar_and_GrillThe Mercantile Bar & Grill offers you wonderful food at very reasonable prices. Popular with locals and visitors alike, guests can choose from a scintillating menu with only the best of Irish produce used. Why not join us for lunch or dinner and choose from our extensive menu.PubsAmerican RestaurantsIrish RestaurantsPub GrubVegetarian RestaurantsThe Mercantile Hotelhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The _Mercantile_HotelIf you are looking for some where to stay in Dublin city centre why not try the Mercantile Hotel? We offer good quality accommodation at affordable rates with a wide range of room types available including double, twin, triple and familyPubsHotelsThe Merry Ploughboyhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Merry_PloughboyThe Merry Ploughboy Irish Music Pub Dublin reflects all that is great about Irish Pubs including the best Irish music and dancing show in Ireland.PubsEuropeanThe Oakhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_OakA comfortable pub located ideally for pre/post theatre drinks.PubsThe Octagon Bar at The Clarencehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Octagon_Bar_at_The_ClarenceFeaturing an octagon-shaped dome, The Octagon Bar has remained a favourite Dublin watering hole throughout the hotel's history.PubsThe Old Orchard Innhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Old_Orchard_InnThe Old Orchard Inn is a very well known establishment in the South Dublin suburb of Rathfarnham.PubsThe Old Standhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Old_StandThe Old Stand is one of Dublin's most favoured social haunt being a traditional pub which ahs been located on this site on Exchequer St.PubsRestaurantsIrish RestaurantsPub GrubThe Oval Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Oval_BarThe Oval Bar is an authentic Irish Pub situated idyllically in the heart of Dublin City on Middle Abbey Street. Housed within a beautiful Victorian building with most of its period features still intact.PubsThe Parnell Heritage Pub & Grillhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Parnell_Heritage_Pub_and_GrillThe Parnell Heritage Pub & Grill…… the return of Cool Chic off O'Connell Street! Dublin’s newly renovated Gastro pub situated on Parnell street.PubsRestaurantsThe Porterhouse Centralhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities//The_Porterhouse_CentralWe serve a range of beers that are exclusive to The Porterhouse: three stouts, three ales and three lagers, many of them international award winners.PubsThe Porterhouse Glasnevinhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities//The_Porterhouse_GlasnevinWe serve a range of beers that are exclusive to The Porterhouse: three stouts, three ales and three lagers, many of them international award winners.PubsThe Porterhouse Temple Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities//The_Porterhouse_Temple_BarThe Porterhouse, having offically the best stout in the world 1998/1999 awarded by the Brewing Industry Awards, also brew 8 other beers.PubsThe Purty Kitchenhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Purty_KitchenThe Purty Kitchen is one of Ireland's oldest pubs located on the Old Dunleary Road it's just a short walk from the busy Dun Laoghaire Main Street at the beginning of the PierPubsRestaurantsThe Quayshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_QuaysIt has a great mixture of both Irish locals and tourists making it one of Dublin's liveliest pubs.PubsThe Royal Oakhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Royal_OakThe Royal Oak in Old Kilmainham dates from 1850s and is an intimate low lit haven where you can mingle into the warm buzz and banter or enjoy a pint on your own should you wishPubsThe Sackville Loungehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Sackville_Lounge PubsThe Shelbourne Hotel Horseshoe Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Horseshoe_BarWhether you come for friendly banter or the occasional tall story, the Horseshoe Bar, is right at the hub of Dublin's social scene.PubsThe Stag's Headhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Stags_HeadDating back to 1770, the pub was rebuilt in 1894-95, and was the first pub in Dublin to be lit by electricity. Magnificent stained glass depicts the Stags Head theme throughout eight windows.PubsPub GrubThe Temple Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Temple_BarIf it’s a traditional Irish pub you are after, look no further than the Temple Bar Pub.PubsThe Vathouse Bar of Temple Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities//The_Vathouse_Bar_of_Temple_BarThe Vathouse Bar offers a warm relaxed atmosphere during the day, where visitors can unwind over a drink and watch the world go by.PubsThe Waterloo Bar & Grillhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_WaterlooWinner of the ‘bar of the year’ award. The Waterloo Bar is a stylish venue set in the heart of Dublin’s business, financial and tourist districts.PubsRestaurantsThe Workman's Clubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Theatres_and_Venues/The_Workmans_ClubThe Workman's Club is Dublin's newest live performance venue, suituated at 10 Wellington Quay, beside the world famous rock n roll hotel, The Clarence, in the heart of Dublin's Temple Bar District.Theatres & VenuesPubsThe Yellow Househttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/The_Yellow_HouseNamed after the unusual shade of the bricks with which it is built, the landmark pub of Rathfarnham makes a perfect rendezvous, with no chance of confusion.PubsRestaurantsToners Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Toners_PubSituated on the great Baggot Street, Toners is one of Dublin’s oldest and most famous traditional pubs. The interior contributes to a lively and friendly atmosphere.PubsTonic Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Nightclubs/Tonic_Bar_BlackrockTonic, based in the heart of Blackrock Village on Dublin’s Southside, has established itself as one of Dublin’s most stylish yet relaxing bar, café and club combinations.NightclubsCafésPubsRestaurantsOtherTrinity Bar and Venuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Trinity_Bar_and_VenueA fresh new concept and addition to the Dublin social scene now stands at a land mark building beside the central bank. Trinity, a brand new bar, venue and nightclub on the site of the old Citi Bar is now trading its wares to Dublin's young professional crowd.PubsTurk's Headhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities//Turks_HeadThis busy stylish bar in Temple Bar’s West End is renowned for its extravagant design: complemented by mosaics and Spanish style architecture making a refreshing change from your traditional pub.PubsTwisted Pepperhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Nightclubs/Twisted_PepperNightclubsTheatres & VenuesCafésPubsVertigo Barhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Vertigo_Bar Vertigo Bar at the Maldron Hotel Cardiff Lane is one of the trendiest haunts near Bord Gais Energy Theatre (Grand Canal Theatre) or The O2.PubsRestaurantsPub GrubVintage Cocktail Clubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Pubs/Vintage_Cocktail_ClubThere are three bars, one on each floor, serving the best cocktails in the city, crafted by meticulous hands with the finest of ingredients.PubsWrights Cafe Bar Swordshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/Local_Activities/Cafes/Wrights_Cafe_Bar_SwordsThe award-winning Wrights Cafe Bar has been acknowledged as the premier late night bar and live music entertainment venue, not just in Swords, but also on Dublin’s northside.CafésPubs