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FITZSIMONS HOTEL & BARhttp://www.fitzsimonshotel.com/
JOHN FALLONS PUB
THE POITIN STIL PUB
RENARD'S NIGHT CLUB
SEAN DOHERTY' PUB & RESTAURANT
A very small pub indeed and a smaller entrance still! Very quiet, simple, perfect for a chat.
Go upstairs. Good atmosphere. Quite young to not so young customers. Frieandly staff. Food simple but plentiful. Occasional traditional music and dance.
Enormous pub decorated in mock medieval fashion. Live music. Drinks relatively cheap considering ir is owned by a hotel. Loads of women. Live music almost every night.Very secure and warm atmosphere!
Another favourite. The outside window does do justice to the incredible decoration of the backroom with an enormous fireplace installed inside the mouth of a carved face. Great hanging Coats of Arms cloths. Friendly service. Food available. Small rooms as well.
A very large Pub cum Restaurant away from the city centre. Good filling and rwasonable lunches. Very busy on weekends.
Right at the corner of a very busy crossroads. No less than 3 floors of public bars. Very busy. Absolutely crowded on weekends. Great lunches in upstairs room. Friendly staff. Try the musssels!
Definitely the kind of place to immerse yourself in traditional Irish pub atmospgere. Staff a bit cold but polite. Drinking and talking only. No music. Great lunches. Perfect for a quiet chat or some smooching. Drinks cheaper than in other trendy places.
Recommended traditional Irish pub within 10 minutes' walk of all main Dublin attractions.
Associated to gOod reasonably priced bed & breakfast (20~40pounds ppn, breakfast included)!
Also present in Bray and london.
My favourite pub in Dublin. most famous microbrewery in Ireland. Prodices 8 own brands. You can taste them all in small glasses on the same tray for L6.50. Enormous cheap food on plates available all day long. Very friendly staff. Great decor. Impressive collection of bottles, old and ancient from all over the world against the walls.
A must for beer lovers!
Licensed since 1840, Sinnotts Bar is the home of over 200 portraits, drawings, photographs and biographies of famous Irish writers. Higher-class and very large pub. Carvery lunch. S.J., and so on.
An enormous pub conceibed as an Ali Baba lair. Very young customers. Most staff foreign. Reasonably friendly. Snacks available.