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This place was close to our hotel and decided to stop for a pint on our return to the hotel. A pleasant surprise as you travel down two flights of stairs to a nicely laid out pub with plenty of seating. The decor was nice...More
Visited for lunch on recommendation from a local irishman! Cafeteria style food ordering, massive portions and lovely food! We had huge roast sanwiches which came with chips and were lovely. Staff very friendly and helpful. Well worth a visit for lunch and reasonably priced.
Sinnots Bar in Dublin is one of the oldest and most famous places in the area. You walk down the stairs to what seems like a basement, and find yourself in a beautiful bar that is deceptively large. Sinnots captures that classic old Irish pub...More
Great bar with plenty of TV screens for watching sport, plus a huge screen and projector, albeit slightly washed out.
The cheesey garlic bread was the best I'd ever tasted, and the fillet steak was simply divine. Obviously the chef in this kitchen knows a...More
Went in to watch 6 Nations games. Place was packed, but loads of screens all around the large bar.Bar service very efficient even when packed out.
Had some food, all stuff with chips not great but filled a gap!
I enjoy on most occasions drinking here. The pints good and because I'm a big Gaa and Football fan it's ideal for friends and supporters to have a laugh and cheer on there team or teams. My only drawback is with the food. Its well...More