Good place to go for a pitcher of beer. Its a neighborhood bar. Frequented by locals. Its a good place to chill.
After walking around Dublin, stopped in here for a pint and light meal. The Ireltand/New Zealand rugby match was on and stayed for the second half and heart breaking finish.The Ham Toastie was as advertised and the chips(fries) were crispy. Wife had the Sea Bass/pasta dish, not much fish so don't recommend. Staff was friendly and helpful with questions about... More
Friendly and helpful young woman served us. Meals were great and reasonably priced. Drinks were as you would expect. Vibe of the interestingly decorated chop house was great :) Thanks a million!
We went for a gig there.. Music was fantastic, great crowd, powerful soundsystem but bar staff - terrible! Very rude and unpleasant, asked for a glass of water with ice- got a glass of water with no ice and bar attendant totally ignored me and served other people - not even looking at me so I had to chase him... More
This is a beautifully designed bar (the sculptures around the bar are worth a visit alone). The prices are much lower than the rest of Tenple Bar with regular weekend offers. Quiet enough for a chat without being devoid of atmosphere and the staff were very helpful when we sought directions.
It is just far enough on the outskirts of Temple Bar for the prices to be decent. I had a nice toasty and salad for 7 euro. Popped back in a second time with a new friend after he got out of work from his pub. He was also pleased with the pub. It is easy enough to chat, but... More
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