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We wandered in a little tipsy in search of a particular whiskey. While the bar didn’t have it all the staff including the patrons were able to make suggestions. We loved the choices, the company, the ambiance. Highly recommend hitting this place up!
They serve 260 different Wiskey's on hand and 15 beers plus, plus crafted beers and ham and cheese toaties best in town. If you looking for a nice place to settle in and drink and talk this is it no load music a very nice...More
When at Trinity College many years ago Bowes was my local as it was so near. Visiting it again after a long time away, I was surprised and very pleased to see it had hardly changed . While other pubs in the area have succumbed...More
Just away from the city centre we found Bowes Bar. A cracking little bar with plenty of character. Lots of locals here enjoying a drink - always a good sign. We only called in for one but it was a pleasant pub and we had...More
If Temple Bar isn’t your thing and you’d prefer something more authentic, then you have to go to Bowes. It’s incredibly friendly, and if you’re lucky, you might just catch some real, live Irish music being played around the bar. The barmen are very attentive...More
Ignore all the Temple Bar tourist traps and head to Bowes Bar, a perfect little gem of a traditional Dublin pub: dark, plenty of seating (at least when we were there), no unnecessary noise, reasonable selection of beer, friendly staff. On one side of us,...More
A great little spot for a Guinness with real irish patrons and traditional irish music. Close to temple bar but not a tourist trap. If you can spot and appreciate a real pub, this place is for you. It doesn't have covers of english songs...More