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Authentic old Irish pub

For a unique experience come here...Not a touristy spot, mostly locals. Owner sang and played... read more

Reviewed 16 July 2018
Miriam E
Great place for traditional music!

This was a great place for a pint or two while listening to traditional Irish musicians. I would... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2018
Winston Salem, North Carolina
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Bridge Street, Dingle, Ireland
+353 66 915 1983
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This pub was recommended in our Rick Steve's guidebook as well as by a couple that we met in Kenmore one night at dinner. They said they had a great time here and we should definitely check out if we are in the area. We...More

Thank Julie H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We came in here about 8pm and there was no atmosphere at all. I'm sure it livens up when the music starts but it wasn't very atmospheric. It's a huge place and I'm sure it would be great with the crowds in.

1  Thank Beanie14
Reviewed 16 July 2018

For a unique experience come here...Not a touristy spot, mostly locals. Owner sang and played accordion.

Thank Miriam E
Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

This was a great place for a pint or two while listening to traditional Irish musicians. I would highly recommend!

Thank WinstonSalem_NCLori
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Located a wee bit away from the numerous pubs in the town's center, it provided us a welcome refuge from rainy weather. We enjoyed the fact that there seemed to be more locals than tourists. The music, led by Fergus the owner, was first rate....More

1  Thank Galooba
Reviewed 13 February 2018 via mobile

We have visited this bar many times over the years and always found it a well run bar until last Saturday evening. When we called in the bar was freezing cold,the staff were rude and the atmosphere was poor. Maybe we got it on a...More

Thank JandDatOCD
Reviewed 16 November 2017

If Dick Mac's Pub doesn't top the charts for the number 1 local pub in all on Dingle, O'Flaherty's slides into a very close second. Mostly inhabited by people from Dingle with a smattering of out of town visitors. Lively talk. Basic tap beer selection,...More

Thank t-bonetraveller
Reviewed 12 November 2017

this is a great spot, with great music. Fergus the owner played a minimum and 5 different instruments as well as others who joined in. It is a fun spot to go for drinks and great music.

Thank n0vasc0tia01
Reviewed 6 October 2017

Was in Dingle, did the obligatory pub crawl. O'Flaherty's is in the top 3 of the 10 pubs we visited in Dingle. Two musicians playing and singing, magical. The stout was heavenly. Locals and tourists, everyone was enjoying the craic on a wet Saturday evening....More

Thank JCS07
Reviewed 3 October 2017

Genuine friendly staff and just a good atmosphere throughout makes this the type of place you don't want to leave

Thank Henry T
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4 January 2017|
Response from Sandy G | Reviewed this property |
Hi. I don't ever remember seeing children there. There were children listening in Murphy's (who have fantastic traditional music nights also) as the music is played in the bar/restaurant area. I think it would depend on the... More