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You truly capture a sense of the hidden Ireland when you accidentally stumble upon The Stag’s Head. This is probably Dublin’s best preserved Victorian pub - and everything here is of authentic Victorian origin. Take time to look around and savour...more
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This place was recommended to us by a tour guide and we happened to stumble upon it for lunch one day. The atmosphere is neat, the food was good, the cider was delicious! Nothing majorly special but it was good...
Was out for a stroll and to find some where away from temple bar when we found this little road with a few bars down it, atmosphere was different from the main area more local and a bit less touristy. Great pint of Guinness and...More
My friend and I went there by suggestion and I am so pleased. I never had a great experience like that. The place is warm and cozy but the people that work there makes the difference!! Definitely!! I did ask for a glass of rum...More
We had an amazing time here. Downstairs there was a live band playing and they were very good. It was a combination of current and Irish songs. The vibe was awesome. Even when the technique fell out everybody started to sing along until the technique...More
Loved having a few beers at this old historic beauty. But they do not serve food after 6 pm. Try to catch one of their comedy shows held in the basement-absolutely worth it. Check their website for nights-
A fun/great pub in the Temple Bar area. Large mirrors, wrought iron chandeliers and Stag Heads on the walls. A cozy pub to get fish and chips, burgers and the usual pub food. Lots of beer choices. Get an Irish coffee.
I have been coming here for years. It is a great local spot in Dublin. In recent years it has become a bit busier with tourists, which is fine but can be more difficult to get a seat.
This place normally has a great a...More