Duffy's Pub was established in 1949 and is well-known for its friendly atmosphere, a great pint and tasty food menu.
One of Dublin's best known bars, O' Donoghues is strongly associated with the Dubliners (famous Irish ballad group). This has helped it to become something of a mecca for traditional musicians.
Kavanaghs is known locally as the "Gravediggers Arms" due to its proximity to Prospect Cemetery, Dublin's main graveyard and final resting place of many of Ireland's famous sons.
Fitzgeralds of Sandycove is one of Dublins most famous Victorian pubs. The Joycean theme is prominent in this pleasant and relaxing lounge. It is convenient for a drink, or lunch after a visit to the James Joyce Tower in Sandycove.
Frank Ryan and Son is a cosy little pub on Queen Street. The atmosphere is comfortable, and efficient service and good conversation are always to be found.