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It’s very hidden as there’s a lot of scaffolding covering it which is a shame because it’s a lovely little pub.
It’s near the spire and just off a very busy shopping street. You’ll get a few looks in there from the locals, once they...More
We stumbled upon this little place and it was the best decision ever. Very low key. Lots of regulars downstairs. We went upstairs and could still have a conversation while live music and fun were being had below. Staff was fantastic. I will be back...More
Came twice whilst visiting Dublin. Nice and relaxed, great atmosphere. Only gripe was the €5 difference we were charged on our drinks.. Exactly the Same drinks but €5 more expensive on our second visit???
Before leaving my home in Canada, and preparing for my first trip to Ireland, I googled up pubs in Dublin. This one sounded interesting and was only two blocks from my hotel so I strolled over to check it out. I wasn't disappointed! It's a...More
Tiny but encapsulates all the features you want and need in a real drinking pub.Photos and pictures of the great and the good from Ireland's past plus a fine pint.Don't be deterred by the elderly locals hogging the barstools they won't bite.Love this place.
With three boys under 12 touring with us for two weeks, we were wonderfully surprised by the warm welcome the bar keep Monica and her crew of regulars provided us last week. After our pre-pope visit of the cathedral next door, we had read about...More
We were enticed to this pub by the excellent trip advisor reviews. There were a handful of people there and they all seemed to be regulars, it felt we were taking up seats the regulars would normally frequent. It was a very quiet atmosphere with...More
Nice little pub with friendly people. We almost walked past it only for the music which was good. The man with the white hair fantastic voice. It’s very tiny but some tools upstairs but we wanted to stand where all the music and action was....More