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Dice Bar has been the beating heart of Smithfield, in Dublin since 2001. Great staff, great music and great beer make for a real bar experience. We brew our own beer Revolution. A great drinking red ale. Plus we have a great range of Irish Whiskey...more
Hours Today: 3:00 PM - 12:00 AM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
79 Queen Street | Smithfield, Dublin D07 DW3R, Ireland
What a lovely pub. Was an unexpected find. Staff welcoming, drinks reasonably priced. Had no deal run, so experience my first Jameson with come. Sorry to the serious whiskey drinkers. Well worth a visit.
Popped into town to visit Dog in the City at Smithfield. Was pleased to find the pub that welcomed dogs with open doors & arms. ‘A must visit’ if walking pooch along the busy Dublin streets and in need of a thirst quencher. Guinness is...More
Small pub close the city center but a little bit far from the most famous Temple Bar area. Music is amazing, and very different from other traditional Irish pub (here rock music ‘80 e ‘90). Prices are fine (a pint is less than 5€)! However...More
Very cool bar for afternoon drinks or evening sessions with friends. Very eclectic DJs and good music around. Open every night till 1am, except Thursday midnight and Sunday 11.30pm. One of only two places to get Red Revolution Ale, my favorite ale. The other is...More
Bar staff(the one with the black beard)was rude and very unhelpful. When ordering drinks he completely ignored me and when I asked him a simple question he laughed in my face. I will never go back there.
Not your normal run of the mill bar. A very much mixed type of peoples bar, with very mixed ages. Its actually kind of hard to describe the type of people who come here and really depends on who arrives on the day. Would say...More
Cool bar. Could be part of Dusk til Dawn set.
A vodka and lemonade with a bottle of estrella set us back around £13 euro. But they use Stoli, the best stuff!
Music was great. If you like Northern soul mixed up with a bit...More