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Top 10 Pubs in Dublin North

Top 10 Pubs in Dublin North

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  1. Man O’War

Man O’War Bar and Restaurant, North County Dublin’s most authentic Irish venue, established in 1595. With their thatched roof, whitewashed walls and superb traditional style bar, lounge & restaurant, the setting is a picture to behold. View Profile

  1. Gibney’s of Malahide

Nestled in the gorgeous seaside town of Malahide, Gibney’s celebrates the spirit of the Irish Pub; a local mixing pot and social hub. Patrons of all ages and backgrounds gather here to enjoy our hearty fare, a cold pint, live music, sporting events, or to simply savour the warm hospitality and friendly banter. View Profile

  1. The Brock Inn

One of the best known and respected family-run pubs in north county Dublin! Situated in an area steeped in sporting traditions and at the heart of the vibrant farming community of north Dublin.

A landmark bar and restaurant located just minutes from Dublin airport on the N2, and only six miles from Dublin city centre it has traditionally been a stop off for many GAA fans travelling to Croke Park to support their heroes’ (the Dublin and Meath rivalry is legendary in the area). View Profile

  1. The Boars Head Pub Dublin

The Boars Head is situated on Capel Street in Dublin’s market area. It is a traditional, old style Dublin pub with a Celtic feel. The atmosphere is relaxed and conversational with music playing in the background not imposing on your chats with old and new friends. View Profile

  1. The Cobblestone

Welcome to The Cobblestone, Tom Mulligan’s traditional Irish music bar and venue.

The Mulligan family have been playing Irish music for five generations, no one can remember back any further. Tom’s laid back and friendly pub is built on family tradition – respect for music and culture. View Profile

  1. T.P Smiths

T.P Smiths Pub and restaurant has the inviting exterior of a traditional cosy Irish Pub but don’t let that fool you; this is a deceptively large premise.  

With 3 floors offering a variety of options to cover your entire social needs! For a quiet pint or mid shopping spot of lunch to catering private parties,   tour groups and corporate events, TP. Smiths is the perfect venue to get together! view profile

  1. T.O. Brennans

T.O. Brennans isn’t a traditional beer garden. It does, however, have a row of seats at the side of the building that is an absolute sun trap. It’s a craft beer bar, so you’ll have plenty of choice on the beer front. A cozy and friendly bar in Dublin 7. Pizza & Platters 7 days. After work and party bookings.View Profile

  1. The Living Room

A downtown sports and party bar. They have a large selection of live sport in Ireland. Their best beer garden, Centrally located in the heart of Dublin City, is an oasis in Dublin. On a hot day, it’s the ideal location to relax and unwind after work with our biggest outdoor screen. View Profile

  1. Ryan’s of Camden Street

Ryan’s is a traditional Irish Pub in the heart of Dublin City. They have a steady mix of Tourists, Dubs and Country folk. Ryan’s is what a pub should be – a meeting place for all. Surrounded by Hotels, Clubs and Super Pubs, Ryan’s has retained it’s character and charm over the years. View Profile

  1. Hacienda Bar

Hacienda Bar is one of Dublin’s best kept secrets. This Dublin bar is one of the go-to places for big names going through the city. The vibe is laid back, with guests relaxing with a drink while playing pool. View Profile

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