Pubs play, without a doubt, a very special and vital role in the Irish lifestyle, social life and culture in general. After all, we can safely assume that pubs are the symbol of the country, to a large extent. You will find the Irish pubs to be extra cosy, extra charming and atmospheric, each of them having its own and unique story and distinctive interior and ambience, also very friendly, welcoming and warm. So when you plan your travel to Ireland, visiting pubs is a very important part of the whole experience and a part that will contribute to you bringing some amazing memories back home.
When it comes to the smaller towns in the country, there is usually one main pub that is the social and lifestyle scene for the community and you will find these types to be really friendly and wonderful. However, the bigger cities are offering a pretty vast and impressive variety of pubs. Although pubs are the local institutions, you will be delighted to discover that Ireland has also a pretty great clubbing and partying scene. After all, locals are truly dedicated to having fun and enjoying life the best way, so you are expected to enjoy your time there! Make sure to browse our page, where you can discover a great selection of the best bars and pubs in Ireland!
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Traditional Irish Food is on the menu every day in our award-winning restaurant, from Dublin Bay mussels to Beef & Guinness casserole, there is something for everybody! Designed in late 19th-century style The Oliver St John Gogarty Bar is a must-see on your trip to Dublin. Named after famous Irish Poet, Playwright and Surgeon (Oliver St John Gogarty) we are located in the heart of Dublin’s Cultural Quarter, Temple Bar.
We offer a variety of options for group’s both large and small in numbers. With music in the bar seven nights a week and live bands in the beer garden every weekend, you can rest assured we’ve got your entertainment covered. The Boat House at Sean’s is ideal for any party, whether it is a corporate function, a birthday party or for a family get together. The room is fitted out to the highest standards with leather seating and has its own bar and toilets. All parties can be tailored to suit with a variety of food and music options.
Established in 1798, Johnnie Fox’s is one of the oldest pubs in Ireland. Renowned for being the highest pub in the country, we are nestled in the peaceful township of Glencullen and surrounded by the beautiful scenery and serenity of the Dublin Mountains. Johnnie Fox’s Pub is situated approximately 25-35 minutes drive from Dublin City centre.
We would love to welcome you at The Old Storehouse. We are a Traditional Irish Bar and Restaurant. In order to give all our customers the opportunity to eat at a time that suits than on a table of their choice, we do not accept reservations. Simply arrive and you will be seated on the very next available table. There is rarely a wait but should it take a few minutes to prepare a table for you why not have a drink at our bar and listen to Live Traditional Irish Music.