The Turk’s Head
A lively late bar on Parliament Street and the edge of Temple Bar with great music, softly lit central bar and comfortable corner areas.
Timelessly elegant and with fantastic outdoor dining on Duke Street, just off Grafton St, The Bailey is the place to see and be seen.
The Hole In The Wall
Measuring exactly 100m long, making it the longest pub in Europe, the Hole In The Wall is also one of the oldest (opened 1651) and most congenial (in our humble opinion). Step into the Tudor style building for delicious food, good company and an amazing pint of Guinness. One wall of the pub adjoins the Phoenix Park, and its name comes from a tradition of serving drinks to the army garrison stationed in the park through a hole in the wall.
The Temple Bar
Situated right in the heart of Temple Bar, the atmosphere in Temple Bar pub is always buzzing with conversation mixed with live music.
Johnny Fox’s Pub
The highest pub in Ireland, Johnny Fox’s is situated in the hills of Glencullen, south of the city. Famed for its “Hooley Nights” with traditional live Irish music and dancing. A must before you depart. Johnny Fox’s Shuttle Bus departs nearby from the top of O’Connell Street – reservations recommended.
One of the first pubs to brew their own beers, Porterhouse has been a Temple Bar favourite since 1997. The brewing vats are visible from the ground floor pub. The restaurant upstairs serves fantastic food.
Another Temple Bar favourite, Fitzsimon’s boasts 4 floors, restaurant, roof garden and a nightclub. We especially love the roof garden for cocktails and food.
The most notable gay pub in Dublin, The George is a lively disco bar located on South Great George’s St. The George hosts many events including the unusual, for a pub, bingo on a Sunday night. For the quieter atmosphere the front bar is the ideal venue in which to enjoy a relaxing pint of Guinness and a chat.
The Norseman in Temple Bar is popular with locals and visitors alike. Taking its name from Dublin’s Viking heritage. its decor from the Victorian era, and claims the notoriety of mention in numerous literary works by such famous Irish authors as James Joyce.LESS INFORMATION