Pubs in Dublin

The Brazen Head is internationally famous for being the oldest tavern in Ireland and will celebrate its 800th year in 1998. The pub is steeped in history and is busy today providing food, drink and traditional music for its faithful Dubliners and international visitors alike.

Situated in the heart of Dublin's bohemian quarter, Temple Bar, this pub is renowned for its lively atmosphere, good food and traditional music.

The Leftbank is centrally located in the Temple Bar quarter. Here you can enjoy a traditional live Irish music session, good night life and a late night bar.

Davy Byrnes is a famous literary Dublin pub and restaurant mentioned in James Joyce's Dubliners and Ulysses. Specialising in seafood cuisine, here you can enjoy a lunch or evening meal of oysters and Guinness.

Situated just off Grafton St., La Cave is Dublin's oldest French wine bar, combining a cosmopolitan and vibrant atmosphere with reasonable prices for the gourmet and an excellent wine cellar. Bienvenue.

Discover the gastronomic delights of Morocco in authentic and elegant surroundings specialising in couscous, mechoui and other exotic fare. Marhaba!

The Old Stand, close to the Grafton Street shopping area of Dublin, attracts a vibrant mix of business people, sports followers, diners and theatre goers. Always a lively spot, it really swings during international rugby weekends.

The Queens is situated in Dalkey. This heritage village in Dublin is as famous for its residents, including sportsmen, actors and musicians, as it is for its historic sites and castles. This award winning pub, some 250 years old, has a formidable identity all of its own, specialising in the provision of good food, drink and delicious seafood.

Cookes Cafť is now established as one of Dublinís most fashionable restaurants. Culinary influences from California and the Mediterranean dominate. The ambience of a Tuscan style interior and an accessibly priced menu combine to create a New-Age dining experience.

"Have you had the Chez Jules experience?". Situated in the city centre, this friendly French bistro offers great food at unbeatable prices in pleasant, fun surroundings. No visit to Dublin would be complete without a trip to Chez Jules.....Bienvenue a tous!.

Whelans offers live music seven nights a week ranging from world famous Irish traditional acts to the best in rock, blues, jazz and country. "The city's finest roots rockin' venue"... The Irish Times. " The venue is a gem - a compact Victorian music hall, low lit and full of character" ...Mojo Magazine U.K).

Cead mile failte! Enjoy a night and a half at Sean Doherty's Pub & Restaurant, situated in the beautiful scenery of the Dublin mountains and only 20 minutes from the city centre. The pub is famous for its Craic agus Ceol (Good Fun and Music), Hooley nights, its mixture of local and international clientele and excellent restaurant!

Japanese soups, noodles, sushi and lots more, are all very reasonably priced and result in an interesting, colourful and delicious meal. Voted among Sky Magazine's "Six of the best places to eat in Dublin!".

Il Pasticcio is situated amongst the cobbled streets of Dublin's lively Temple Bar quarter. The restaurant is renowned for its good Italian pastas and pizzas served from a genuine wood burning oven.

The Hole In The Wall is reputed to be the longest public house in Europe and is situated at the edge of Dublin's beautiful Phoenix Park. The pub is well known for its traditional Irish music and ballads. The restaurant features a selection of delicious food and is renowned for its carvery Sunday lunch.

Situated in the heart of Dublinís Georgian business area for over 20 years, this popular eatery with its sawdust strewn floor is full of character and charm. The premises also has a bright conservatory area which is delightful for summer dining. A selection of varied menus are available daily, and wines from around the World. Open for lunch 12.30pm Ė 3.00pm Mon.-Fri. Dinner 7.30pm Ė 11.30pm Tues-Sat. Closed: Sundays and bank holidays. Seating 80 main room, 40 conservatory.

The Duke is situated off Grafton street, Dublinís premier shopping area. Here you can enjoy good Carvery lunch all day with friendly service and a lively atmosphere. The Duke is recognised as one of Dublinís most interesting literary pubs and is the starting point for the renowned Dublin Literary Pub Crawl.

The Harbourmaster Restaurant & Bar is situated in the heart of Dublinís new financial services centre. The Harbourmaster enjoys a vibrant mix of clientele including business people, foreign visitors and shoppers. Here, you can enjoy excellent food including a large selection of fine wines and relax in the comfortable and cosy atmosphere of a traditional Irish pub.

The Lord Edward, Dublinís oldest seafood restaurant and tavern, is situated opposite Christchurch Cathedral and is adjacent to Dublin Castle and St. Patricks Cathedral. The Lord Edward serves the finest of fresh fish in an old-world atmosphere.

Slattery's is famous for its Irish Music & "Craic". Irish musicians such as Paul Brady and Sinead O'Connor have played here and you can enjoy live music seven nights a week. In addition the pub serves an excellent carvery lunch & evening snacks.