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3 of the Best Pubs in Dublin

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Apart from being hailed by UNESCO as a City of Literature, there is more that Dublin has to offer. This is particularly true when it comes to drinking, as evidenced by the many pubs seen around the place.

So if you want to have a great night out, here are a few establishments you can check out:


This public house is located in spot well known for its nightlife: the Temple Bar district. It has been serving pints to the public since 1782 and has even retained its age-old architecture.

It even has the pleasure of entertaining notable personalities like former U.S. president John F. Kennedy and writer James Joyce. Furthermore, it is said that this is one of the best places to go to for a pint of Guinness.


This was started in 1934 and is located in Merrion Row. This is the pub to go to when you want to listen to authentic Irish music. In addition, one of the most well-known musicians in Ireland, The Dubliners, started playing in this venue.

Stag's Head

If you prefer taking a drink in a Victorian establishment, then this is the pub for you. Since its opening in 1770, it has remained one of the most favoured drinking establishments by the Irish.

These are just a few of the popular pubs situated in Dublin. Now, the thing that is great about these venues is these give you the chance to host special events. Furthermore, if you want entertainment to complement the celebration, do not hesitate to get in touch with Dublin City Folk for your music needs.

Don't forget if planning on taking a trip out to Dublin from overseas that that smoking in pubs and restaurants has now been banned. If you're coming over from Australia don't forget to pick up an e cigarette in Brisbane before you leave and avoid getting caught out in the cold.

Now, for more leisure and entertainment ideas in Ireland and anywhere in the UK, check out the recommended sites below:

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