11 Sandycove Road
Established in 1861, Fitzgerald's of Sandycove is one of Dublin’s last traditional Victorian pubs. Located in the scenic village of Sandycove, Fitzgeralds offers a friendly welcome to locals and visitors alike.
11.8km from O'Connell Bridge
1 Fownes Street, Temple Bar
Located in the heart of Dublin City Centre at Central Bank Square, the well-know historical bar is the perfect spot for a quiet afternoon pint or alternatively a great meeting place before heading out on the town.
0.3km from O'Connell Bridge
42 Baggot Street Upper
Searsons of Baggot Street, Dublin, has a contemporary feel but with a traditional Irish bar atmosphere. Step inside to experience a beautifully restored bar serving the finest food and drink.
2km from O'Connell Bridge
3 Harry Street
McDaid's has a distinctive Victorian exterior and when you step inside you find an old style bar with a high ceiling and a smattering of chairs and tables. The dimly lit bar has all the atmosphere of a classic Irish pub.
0.5km from O'Connell Bridge
2 Johnstons Place, Lower Stephens Street
Break for the Border is a super-pub, in that it has 5 bars, an outdoor smoking area, 3 dance floors and a nightclub. With a prime location on Stephens Street in the heart of Dublin City, Break for the Border offers a unique experience for all.
0.4km from O'Connell Bridge
31 Wexford St, Dublin
Solas Bar and Restaurant is located on Dublin’s Wexford Street in Dublin City Centre. It is a five minute stroll from Grafton Street.
0.8km from O'Connell Bridge
Paddy Cullens/Mary Macs are landmark pubs in the centre of Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, within a short distance of the Aviva Stadium and the Royal Dublin Society.
3.1km from O'Connell Bridge
Situated in the heartland of Drumcondra, this pub has been a drinking oasis for over ninety years and was first licensed in 1907 under the guardianship of a Mr. Fagan.
2.7km from O'Connell Bridge
20-22 College Green
The Bank Pub on College Green, once a banking hall, a splendid example of Victorian architecture, is a short walk from Trinity College and adjoins busy Grafton Street and the Temple Bar area of the city centre.
0.2km from O'Connell Bridge
65 South Great George's Street
SÖDER+KO, an exciting new café bar and restaurant located on South Georges Street in the heart of Dublin’s creative quarter. Inspired by Scandinavian creativity and chilled out sophistication. Matched with Asian purity and passion on a plate.
15 Main Street
This traditional award winning tavern has been owned by the O'Rourke family since 1921. Jane O'Rourke heads the friendly and efficient service. An excellent menu of home cooked fare is available each day until 22.00. Carvery lunch 12.00 to 15.00.
7.6km from O'Connell Bridge
Named after one of Dublin's much-loved Lord Mayors, Alfie Byrne's is situated opposite the National Concert Hall and has a great lunch and dinner menu.
1.2km from O'Connell Bridge
Come and visit us! Were open Monday - Saturday nights from 11.00pm to 2.30am. We have a broad range of DJs and live bands perfoming for your entertainment. We guarantee you a great night out with quality music and comfortable surroundings. Dont forget about The Globe bar upstairs which also has great music and plenty of room to sit down and relax over a few beers.
Ever since it opened its doors in 2001, the 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.
12.9km from O'Connell Bridge
18 Phibsboro Road
Mc Gowans is situated on the Phibsboro Road, Dublin 7, 2km from O'Connell street in Dublin city centre. McGowans serve food daily until 10pm, both in the bar and in the front of house restaurant.
1.5km from O'Connell Bridge
3A Crown Alley, Temple Bar
Upstairs at Eamonn Doran's is laid out as a bar and restaurant where you can hear alternative/rock music several nights a week. Downstairs attracts a much younger crowd and acts as a major venue for live rock bands.
24 Upper Camden Street
The Bleeding Horse is a well known Dublin city centre pub, with a history that goes back centuries, first opening its doors back in 1649. The Bleeding Horse has a central location, minutes walk from all of Dublins main tourist attractions.
103 Upper Dorset Street
Nicely decorated Victorian pub situated north of the river. Convenient port of call if you are staying at the nearby An Oige International youth hostel
1.3km from O'Connell Bridge
8 Poolbeg Street
Mulligans Pub of Poolbeg Street is a two minute walk from the main thoroughfare of O'Connell Street. It has been at the core of the city's cultural and imbibing life for nearly 300 years.
22 Aston Quay
Fitzgerald’s is a traditional Irish pub ideally situated on Aston Quay in Dublin’s thriving Temple Bar district. Food is served daily until 10pm and there is live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night from 9.30pm.
0.6km from O'Connell Bridge
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