Peadar Kearney's

Outside of pub at dusk with two flags above a sign that reads P Kearneys
Front of pub with name over awning and two high stools beside a whiskey barrel
Interior of pub with a man playing guitar and a woman playing the banjo and people standing near bar counter
Peadar Kearney's of Dame Street is a traditional Irish pub in the heart of Dublin City. Featuring great Guinness and live music seven nights a week, they have a lively atmosphere and a close connection with the history of Ireland.

Peadar Kearney's pub sits in the middle of Dame Street, Dublin City and is a stone's throw from Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Christ Church, the River Liffey and many more sites of the historic city.

Peadar Kearney himself, the namesake of the pub and who once resided in the building, wrote the Irish national anthem called Amhrán na bhFiann (The Soldier's Song) circa 1907-1909.

Peadar Kearney's pub offers nightly entertainment including live music and comedy gigs. The pub is easily accessible to many public transport routes.