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The Top 10 Pubs in Dublin 1

The Top 10 Pubs in Dublin 1
  1. Madigan’s Pub O’Connell St Dublin

Traditional Irish Pub serving Great Irish Food (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) and Live Irish Music Every Thursday Friday, Saturday & Sunday. View Profile

  1. Brannigan’s

Brannigan’s is a family-run pub in the centre of Dublin just off the historic O’Connell Street. Brannigan’s is proud of its true local atmosphere and its name for serving up legendary pints of Guinness as well as stocking an increasingly wide range of wines, spirits and craft beers. The pub also serves food daily. View Profile

  1. The Parnell Heritage Bar & Grill

The Parnell Heritage is a traditional Dublin Pub steeped in history. The pub is well renowned for its excellent Irish style cuisine and wide range of quality beverages. The pub offers traditional live Irish music every Friday & Saturday Night. View Profile

  1. Graingers Cafe Bar

Graingers Bar was established in 1928 to this day is a family run Pub. It has kept its traditional interior with warm georgian hues. Ideally located beside Connolly Station, Graingers is a perfect place to stop for a drink and some food. View Profile

  1. The Celt

The Celt is located in Dublin’s city center, serviced by a number of bus routes and with Connolly and Tara street dart stations only a short stroll away its ideal for a quick bite or a few drinks in town. View Profile

  1. Murray’s Bar O’Connell Street

Situated on Dublin’s O’Connell Street, Murray’s Bar features a comfortable, cosy, traditional Irish bar and lounge. Complete with a stage for regular live performances. View Website

  1. The Oval Bar

The Oval Bar is an authentic Irish Pub situated idyllically in the heart of Dublin City. Housed by a beautiful Victorian building with most of its period features still intact, The Oval is the perfect place to escape from the hectic hustle and bustle of the city outside.  View Website

  1. Slatterys Bar

Slatterys Bar & Early House, loved by locals and visitors alike, is famous for among many other things the best full Irish breakfast in Dublin as recommended by Chef Anthony Bourdain & Colin Fassnidge served from 7 a.m six days a week and 12.30 p.m on Sundays. View Website

  1. The Gin Palace

The Gin Palace has the largest selection of gin in Dublin, boasting gins from every corner of the globe. So come down to The Gin Palace were the staff are happy to mix a cocktail of your choice and help you unwind after a hard day in the office or a tough day shopping. View Profile

  1. The Church Café, Late Bar & Restaurant

A 320 Year Old Church, Converted Into A Modern Café, Bar & Restaurant, Set In The Heart Of Dublin CIty. Experience An Atmosphere Like No Other. View Profile

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