Doheny & Nesbitt

Doheny & Nesbitt is located on one of Dublin City's most famous streets, Baggot Street. It is a famous public house surrounded by famous landmarks including, Grafton Street, Trinity College Dublin and St Stephen's Green.

Doheny & Nesbitt in Dublin City, is also known in literary and debating circles as the The Doheny & Nesbitt School of Economics. It is situated a few hundred metres from the old Huguenot Cemetery on Merrion Row 1693. Doheny & Nesbitt is also one of the most photographed pubs in Dublin City.

Doheny & Nesbitt public house is a protected structure and an example of Victorian pub architecture.

The main bar retains the original counter, and almost all of the original fittings date from the 19th century. The pub's carved timber, aged wooden floors and ornate papier mâché ceiling are universally admired.

There are many snugs and mirrored partitions perfect for scheduled conversation, and one can easily muse on Ireland's past Writers Yeats, Behan, Shaw and politicians debating and plotting in these hallowed surroundings. Writers and politicians from the nearby Dáil or House of Parliament frequent this pub, as do journalists, lawyers, architects and actors, along with a myriad of visitors from around the world.