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The Best Traditional Pubs in Dublin – Ireland

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We wrote this blog because it’s the 7th Most frequently asked question about visiting Dublin.

In this blog you will find a list of best traditional pubs in Ireland. Sure you can visit any of the thousands of pubs. There are roughly 7,000 actually in Ireland, so how do you make sure you’re visiting the right one? To guarantee an extraordinary experience you’ll want to read on and save a few of these for later. Now get ready to savour your favourite beer and read this article that we made especially for you.

For those who are visiting Dublin for the first time, you’ve probably already envisioned yourself visiting a pub.

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The vibrant city of Dublin, is known worldwide for Guinness beer. The country exports millions of litres of Guiness beer to bars, pubs and restaurants around the world! Moreover, did you know there were roughly 250 pubs in Dublin city ?

How do you filter through hundreds if not thousands of pubs? That’s why we wrote this blog and hopefully our list of best Pubs in the city will tickle your fancy. The list of pubs in the blog below come from a self guided tour of Dublin back in 2014 plus a more recent visit in 2023. We visited most of the pubs below and have received help from locals. Eli’s niece has lived in Dublin for over 10 years, and she love Pubs as much as we do!

So grab yourself a pint and read on, Cheers!


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Our top list of the Best Pubs (we visited) in Ireland

Best Pubs in Dublin city centre – Ireland

Our list of the Best Pubs we visited in Dublin city centre starts here. We encourage you to read until the end where you will find a pleasant surprise. With the perfect Pint while experiencing the best of Irish Pubs traditions.

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    Now, kicking things off with number 1:

    1 – The Temple Bar Pub – Dublin

    When you get to know Dublin city centre, you will understand that “The Temple Bar” is much more than a single “Bar or Pub”. The Temple Bar district, is an area of some of the best Pubs and Restaurants in Dublin City Centre. Sure you’ll find beer, whiskey and drinks but you will also find great music and traditional Irish cuisine.

    Now that you know a little more about the Temple bar district, the most visited pub in the Temple Bar district is The Temple Bar Pub – 47-48 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, D02 N725, Ireland. This one is a must see!

    The Temple Bar history dates back to 1840, and you can read more about in their Official Website. Today, the Temple Bar Pub is famous all over the world for its fun and traditional atmosphere. In addition to offering a huge selection of Irish beer and whiskeys, they also offer good pub food, traditional Irish music and live shows. More importantly, guaranteed fun for the whole night, or daytime if you prefer!

    Even if you don’t drink alcohol, we highly recommend you at least visit the Temple Bar Pub, and of course, the surrounding Temple Bar district. Your participation will get you to better understand the culture and origins of one of the most visited places in the Irish capital.

    In the Temple Bar district, you will also find shops with various Temple Bar and Irish souvenirs, cafes, great restaurants, convenience stores and hotels.

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    Now that you’ve checked off the Temple Bar, you’re perfectly located to find an incredible selection of other Bars and Pubs in downtown Dublin.

    The next pub on the list is located a whopping 5 minutes walk away from the Temple Bar-


    2 – The Old Storehouse Bar and Restaurant – Temple Bar District – Dublin

    The Old Storehouse Bar and Restaurant is a traditional Irish Pub with original Victorian features, recommended by Eli’s niece, Juliana and her friend. They all went for dinner and enjoyed a live Irish music show.

    The Old Storehouse Temple Bar doesn’t require booking and walk-ins are welcome everyday from 12pm.
    3 Crown Alley in the heart of Temple Bar district, Dublin – Ireland.

    The food was great, we had couple of pints and the Bangers & Mash were delicious. We also had lots of fun with a great ambience including the live music. Even though we sat on the second level, we still had a good view of the band.

    The Pub is spacious and always crowded which is indicative of how popular it is. If all the tables are taken when you arrive, we encourage you to grab yourself a pint at the bar. Enjoy the Live Traditional Irish Music session while you wait for a table.

    For more information about The Old Storehouse -Temple Bar district.


    3 – The Bad Bobs Pub – Temple Bar District – Dublin

    The Bad Bobs Pub Temple Bar is located between the Old Storehouse pub and the Temple Bar at, 35-37 Essex St E, Temple Bar district.

    This is a traditional Irish pub with a vintage style, where you will find various sections. It’s possible to enjoy live music shows, or if you prefer, there is a dance floor on the upper level. You’re guaranteed to have a great time at this bar & restaurant which offers a relaxed atmosphere, with lots of tourists but also Irish people wanting to have a great time.

    Here you will find a typical Irish menu, however locals seem to recommend the portion of Chicken wings. It was a great recommendation because they were very tasty and the perfect pairing with Irish beer.

    It appears that you can make a reservation in order to get a nice spot for the live shows. It’s important to note that most of “Bookings” in Dublin require have a monetary deposit to confirm the reservation and are non-refundable in case of no-show.

    In case you were wondering about the need to make a reservation. We arrived at roughly 6pm on a Friday night without a reservation, yet managed to get a table for three people. On top of that, our table was a few steps away from the live show, which was excellent.

    For more information about The Bad Bobs Pub Temple Bar

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    4 – The Porterhouse Brew Co – Temple Bar Disctrict – Dublin

    The Porterhouse Pub is located at 16-18 Parliament St, Temple Bar, Dublin.

    We actually liked this pub so much that we ended up going twice for dinner, once alone and the next time we brought some friends.

    Serge thought the burgers were quite good, greasy with big buns. Another great combination with their craft beer. That’s right, the Porterhouse is also an Independent Craft Brewer of Ireland. This said, If you are crazy about craft beers like Serge is, you will love Porterhouse Temple Bar.

    No matter where you sit, there’s always a lot of action going on and a great ambience.

    Here is more information about the Porterhouse Temple Bar.


    5 – The Brazen Head – Ireland’s Oldest Pub – Dublin – Ireland

    The Brazen Head is located at 20 Lower Bridge St, Usher’s Quay, Dublin.

    The Brazen Head is a little outside of the Temple Bar district yet we highly recommend you check this one out also. It’s still in Dublin city centre and located roughly 12 minutes walking distance from the Temple Bar district.

    The Brazen Head is Ireland’s oldest pub. According to their Oficial Website there has been a hostelry there since 1198. The original building was built in 1754 as a coaching inn. However The Brazen Head appears in documents as far back as 1653.

    An advertisement from the 1750’s reads “Christopher Quinn of The Brazen Head in Bridge Street has fitted said house with neat accommodations and commodious cellars for said business”.

    Recent Press Articles: Recent Study Discovers The Brazen Head To Be Worlds 5th Oldest Pub

    We made our way to this pub a few times since our apartment rental was just a 5 minute walk away.  Speaking from our experience, it didn’t matter what time of day or day of the week, there was always someone inside the pub. 

    The Irish stew is quite good and our first time there we almost missed the food cut off, but they were really friendly and they helped us to get some snacks and a great beer of course. This place has character, great ambiance and super drinks.


    6 – The Hairy Lemon – Dublin – Ireland

    The Hairy Lemon Pub is located on Stephen Street Lower, Dublin 2. It’s 4 minutes walking distance from Grafton Street, which is Dublin’s famous shopping street.

    An old blogger recommended the pub for its Chocolate and Guinness Mousse, however once there they said that they no longer made it. Despite no longer having the mousse, Eli liked the unconventional decor and interesting menu. She ended up staying for a Fish & Chips and a discovered O’Hara’s Irish Red beer, which she loved.

    On the walls of the Pub are several photos, old advertisements and memorabilia about its history. Plus information about the Irish film “The Commitments”, because many scenes were filmed using the pub’s comfortable bar counter. We highly encourage you to visit and enjoy yourselves!

    You might want a break from your shopping spree on Grafton street, and if you do you’ll know the pub is right there waiting for you.


    7 – The Cobblestone Pub – Dublin – Ireland

    The Cobblestone is located at 77 King St N, Smithfield, Dublin, D07, in one of the oldest neighbourhoods of Dublin. It’s a few minutes from the Luas stop (public transport) and close to the Jameson Distillery.

    Pro tip for directions, The Cobblestone is a 23 minutes walk from the Temple Bar district and a 7 minute walk from the Jameson Distillery. So if why not combine both in a back-to-back visit to maximize your travels. Then grab a public transport back to your hotel or lodging.

    More on the Cobblestone pub now. It’s a Drinking pub with Irish music and it’s famous for the most traditional Irish music you will find in Dublin. According to Eli’s niece, it’s the most famous destination for drinks and great and traditional Irish music. It’s traditional in the sense they play in a family style where the musicians play seated in a circle. According the Official Website, the Mulligan family have been playing Irish music for five generations!

    We want you to know that The Cobblestone is a Wet Pub, or a Pub which serves drinks only.

    More about The Cobblestone’s history, hours of operation and music schedule HERE

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    8 – The Hole in the Wall – The Longest Pub in Europe – Castleknock – Dublin – Ireland

    Hopefully up to this point you’ve jotted down some of our pub recommendation in the Temple Bar district. This next pub is still in Dublin yet outside the city centre and we highly recommend that you save it to your growing list of pubs to visit !

    The Hole in the Wall, is considered the longest pub in Europe, located on Blackhorse Ave, Phoenix Park, Castleknock, which is part of Phoenix Park, Dublin 7. When entering the ‘Hole in the Wall’ on Google Maps or other, make sure you check the Blackhorse Ave one.

    This pub is located 40 minutes by train or a 25 minute drive from Dublin City Centre. We discovered it when Eli went for dinner with her niece. We wanted to include it on the list because it’s not just a Pub, it’s a unique place, full of history and unique environments. I mean, doesn’t the name and the ‘longest pub in Europe’ get you a little curious !?

    If you enjoy Christmas time and are lucky enough to visit during this time, you will have a blast! The corridor is filled with lights and incredible decorations. If you are like us, you will be mesmerized with the explosion of details and decorations. It will be a great opportunity to take personalized photos for any event (social media, personal album or to share with friends and family).

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    Extra: Tips from Eli’s niece

    Tip #1 → Check their Official Website and try to make a reservation, as it is a popular place especially during celebratory times such as St Patrick’s Day, Halloween and Christmas. As we mentioned earlier in the blog, when making reservations in Pubs and other restaurants you might need to leave a potentially non-refundable deposit if you do not show up.
    Moreover, check our Tips for when visiting the first time Irish Pubs at the end of this article.

    Tip #2 → Transportation tip – Uber is a 13 minute ride from Dublin’s city centre. It’s also possible to make your way via the public transport which takes between 25 and 30 minutes. Google Maps works great in Ireland or again the ‘TFI Live’ app.

    Tip #3 → Set aside a good amount of time to stay at the Pub and make the most of the environment and make sure your phone has a lot of memory so that you can take lots of photos!

    Tip #4 → The Pub is on the edge of the Phoenix Park. Knowing this, you might want to make a day out of it with a visit in the park then a pint in the pub!

    Tip #5 → A visit during summer, means you’ll have the option of siting outdoors. However, if it’s your first time at the Pub, we highly recommend choosing a place inside to enjoy the decor.


    9 – Johnnie Fox’s Pub – The Highest Pub in Ireland – Glencullen – Ireland

    Number 9 is the Johnnie Fox’s Pub, which is considered The Highest Pub in Ireland. It’s located 35 minutes driving distance by car from Dublin, at Glencullen, Co. Dublin.
    This pub made the cut because it was one of the best Pub experiences ever!

    Eli’s niece and husband brought her here for a late lunch on Halloween and she loved everything about it.

    The Pub was established in 1798, and has the most traditional and fun Pub decor according to us. They seem to specialize in Halloween and other Festive dates. It’s possible to walk around around the different rooms and get a little Pub history. Actually it’s not just a Pub, it’s also an Irish Museum which you can also access.

    Today, Johnnie Fox’s Pub is a world-renowned establishment that attracts visitors from around the world. It’s a destination for those looking to experience the best of Ireland’s traditions, music, and hospitality. The food is really good, the service is friendly and they welcome you to come and raise a glass of their best beers with them.

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    Let’s face it, a 35 minute car ride from downtown Dublin where you’ll need to drive on the right hand side. Plus, it might be double difficult to drive because you will want to have some drinks. In this case we have the perfect solution, book a Get Your Guide excursion for a day trip to the mountains and to the pub.

    For these reasons we suggest you take a Guided day tour from Dublin. This way you can get the best of both worlds, the traditional Irish Stew with beers from Johnnie Fox’s AND the most hidden gem of the Wicklow mountains.


    10 – The Bloody Stream – Howth – Co – Dublin – Ireland

    The Bloody stream is located at Howth Railway Station, Howth, Dublin.

    Eli’s niece Ju and husband Nico told us about the Bloody stream, since they were living in Howth for some years.

    The fact that The Bloody stream is located outside of the Dublin city area is the perfect reason to visit Howth at the same time. Howth is a beautiful coastal city with great views, especially on a sunny day.

    This gorgeous small city is easily reached by Train from Dublin city centre. As mentioned earlier, it’s famous for the amazing views and for walking on the cliffs. Since the pub doesn’t have a view of the sea, you might want to sight see the cliffs of Howth before visiting the pub. There’s nothing better than topping off your hike with a rewarding and refreshing brew at the Bloody stream.

    The pub is located next to the train station, perfect for those who need to take the train back to Dublin. It’s super old and traditional Irish Pub, with a cozy ambience and their fireplace is always lit. Furthermore, the food is very delicious.

    In terms of accessibility, you can drive to Howth from Dublin, it will take anywhere between 20-30 minutes depending on traffic. That’s if you have a rental car and are at ease with driving on the right hand side. Alternatively, you can take the Public transportation train, which is quick and easy also.

    Since there is drinking involved, we feel the best option is to take a Guided tour in order to visit the Cliffs and the breathtaking coast. Get Your Guide day trips here.

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    7 Most frequent questions with answers about Pubs in Dublin – Ireland

    When we visit a country for the first time, it is common to have doubts. That’s why we wanted to further elaborate on the topic of pubs. Below are top 7 questions or terms you might want to know before visiting.

    The answers are based on a combination of our trips to Dublin, the help Eli’s family who lives in Ireland and also Discovering Destination’s online research.

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    1. What are Wet Pub?

    Are you just going out for a drink or will you be looking to eat some food. This will determine if you want to go to a regular Pub or a Wet Pub.

    In order to explain, the term wet pub is for pubs that do not serve food, instead they rely entirely on drinks sales for revenue. Another term for wet Pubs are those that do not serve a substantial meal, for instance they only serve a few snacks, and not a breakfast, lunch or dinner.

    Even though most of the Pubs located in Dublin city centre serve food, some of them are famous for their Music and drinks only. Those would be considered to be Wet Pubs. Unfortunately we didn’t find a list of all Wet Pubs in Dublin Ireland to share with you but now you know how to find one.

    If you would like to know beforehand, you can always check the Pubs Official websites before you go in order to check if they serve food, and then check their Menu.

    2. Do I need to book a table for Pubs in Dublin – Ireland?

    There is no short answer, it really depends on a few factors. For starters, you won’t find “Hosts” in Pubs to show you to your table. You can just walk in and find yourself a place to sit.

    The Old Storehouse” who was mentioned earlier, even mentions on their Official Website that no booking is required. However, if you do not find a table right way, you can always just grab a pint at the Bar and wait for the first seat available.

    The next factor to consider are special occasions, where you think the pub might run out of space. In this case, certain Pubs accept reservations on special occasions like Halloween and Christmas time. For this, you might be required to pay a “Booking Fee” which can run between 10 to 20 euros per reservation, or even per person.

    For example, Eli’s niece made the reservation for “The Hole in the Wall” in November 2023. This was because this Pub is famous for their Christmas decorations around Christmas time. In our case, it was required to pay a fee of $10 euros per person. When the bill came, the server asked to see the receipt for the reservation. In the end the reservation fee was used to reduce the final invoice.

    Keep in mind, that if you make a reservation and pay a fee and in the end don’t show up – the pub might likely keep your deposit. Some of these Pubs who accept reservation can already discount the booking fee from your Credit Card, and some of them don’t.

    3. Do I need to tip in a Pub in Dublin Ireland?

    Based on our experience, most pubs in Ireland don’t ask for tips when paying your bill.
    However we would suggest if you are getting a beer at the bar, you might consider giving a small value for the barman or server.

    In another scenario where you are having a meal, served at the table, it’s encouraged to give at least 10% or more if you liked the service. We can also share our great experience with services in general going to Irish Pubs in Dublin – Ireland, so that’s one of the reason we also tipped.

    Second reason, we live in Canada, where it’s custom to pay a minimum of 15% to 25% in tips at restaurants. So when we heard about Ireland’s minimum of 10%, that was ok for us.

    4. What is the legal age to drink in Dublin – Ireland?

    The legal age to order a drink is 18. This said, you must be already 18 or plus to order a beer or alcoholic drink.

    5. When visiting a pub in Dublin – Ireland, is it better to pay in cash or credit card?

    The official currency in Ireland is Euros so you’ll need to convert some money unless you already have Euros. We usually find that we get the better rates in our home town.

    As per our experiences, all Pubs in Dublin Ireland accepts credit cards, especially the most common cards like Visa or Mastercard. This is our preferred method of payment since we accumulate points on our credit cards.

    You might also want to know that some places accept international Debit Cards or even Digital Wallets.

    6. What is the dress code for the Pubs in Dublin – Ireland?

    Technically there are no rules and no dress codes to enter pubs. You can dress with jeans and a t-shirt and you will be totally fine.

    But of course, if going to an event, you can dress more formal and chic.

    The most important is to have fun, and dress according to the weather. You might already know that Ireland is known as a rainy country.

    After being in Ireland for a week in October of 2014, and now for a month during the fall of 2023, we would say to bring a variety of clothes. You might get days with all types of weather throughout the day.

    For example, one day Eli left Dublin on a sunny morning, walked in Saint Stephen Green park during a gorgeous sunny afternoon, and come 3pm the weather had totally changed with rain.

    Don’t stress about being chic, instead get some layers in case gets warm or cold. Another tip, get a great rain coat, or even some of those tiny travel ponchos, and a good pair of water proof boots. Umbrellas are not that fun to carry and not useful in Ireland when it’s too windy.

    7. Does Dublin Ireland have Uber?

    Yes, Dublin, Ireland, does have Uber services available and you can also take taxis for a reasonable price.

    Whether you’re exploring historic landmarks or enjoying the lively nightlife at Temple Bar and other Pubs, Uber provides a reliable and efficient transportation option.

    You can even book it from one day to the next, like my niece did to go to the airport.

    8. Is Dublin Ireland safe?

    Here is an answer to a common question we receive from family and friends who want to visit the city of Dublin.

    Visiting Dublin, Ireland, is generally safe for tourists. The city is known for its warm hospitality, rich cultural experiences, and friendly atmosphere.

    However, like any major city, it’s advisable to stay aware of your surroundings and take standard precautions to ensure a secure and enjoyable visit.

    Especially when you are in pubs with lots of people, keep a close eye on your cellphone and wallet in the vibrant atmosphere to ensure a worry-free experience.

    Top Tips where to stay in Dublin, Ireland to visit the Best Pubs in Dublin city centre.

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    Now let’s be honest, if you’re reading this Blog so far it’s because you’re interested in one of the options below:

    • Visit Temple Bar or Temple Bar district;
    • Visit pubs located in the center of Dublin;
    • Or take a general tour of the pubs, being able to have dinner in one, go for drinks in another, and even enjoy traditional Irish music in others.

    This said, you want to make the most of it, without worrying about taking a taxi, an Uber or any type of public transport after a few drinks.

    For this reason we will indicate below 3 Hotels so that you can stay in the Temple Bar region. We’ll start with the Staycity Aparthotel which we stayed on our first visit in 2014.

    1. Staycity Aparthotels, Dublin – City Centre

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    When we visited Dublin back in 2014 we couldn’t stay with our family but we found a perfect option with the Staycity Aparthotels at Dublin City Centre.

    First, we felt it had the perfect location, with walking distance of the Brazen Head, Temple Bar and many others Dublin tourist attractions.

    Second, because it was a comfortable and home place to stay and receive our family and friends that were in Dublin at that time. Our apartment had two bedrooms and a large kitchen and living room, big enough to invite people over for drinks or dinner.

    Third, and most important for us, was the fact that we got all of these perks and it was within our budget.

    We stayed at Staycity Aparthotels, Dublin, Saint Augustine Street, however you can choose from a couple of Staycity Aparthhotels around Dublin and we believe you won’t regret.

    2. The Clarence Hotel

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    The Clarence Hotel was owned by Bono Vox, leader of U2 for over 30 years.

    We even considered staying there back in 2014 but we didn’t have the budget then.

    Consequently, we loved our dinner at the Hotel restaurant Cleaver East, which is considered the best of Dublin Restaurants in Temple Bar. The Cleaver East is a contemporary restaurant owned by one of Ireland’s most progressive Michelin chefs/restaurateurs Oliver Dunne.

    This said, if you have a chance to reserve this hotel, even thought Bono is not the owner anymore, you will be in the Best Area of Temple Bar district and near all Pubs, restaurants, and downtown city action. Who knows, you can even try the restaurant out!

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    Tips of Best Irish Pub Food to order – Dublin, Ireland:

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    1. What is the best drinks to order at an Irish Pub?

    Let’s start this tip saying “What NOT to Order in an Irish Pub”.

    There’s a drink that goes by the name of ‘Irish Car Bomb’ which is often ordered in pubs. There are various formats yet typically involves a pint of Guinness and a shot of Baileys Irish Cream. The shot is dropped in the Glass of Guinness and then you chug the drink. You might have already had this drink, however whatever you do, do NOT order an Irish Car Bomb in Ireland. It’s not an Irish Drink, and it’s offensive to order it in the Irish Pubs.

    We are saying it based in our own experience, where this drink was ordered in a very traditional Dublin pub. The bartender was polite and said they didn’t serve this type of drink. However one of the local customers was very offended and so the bartender explained to us why. We were very embarrassed, and we’ll take this opportunity to pass this tip on to you.

    If you want to know more about the history and why you shouldn’t order the Irish Car Bomb in an Irish Pub, we are sharing a Blog from desish.com where you can read more about it.

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    1.2 Drinks to try in Ireland

    • a really good pint of Guinness of course (in Ireland because for some reason it tastes better there!)
    • Baby Guinness, which is a shooter, a style of cocktail, or mixed alcoholic beverage, intended to be consumed in one shot (does not contain Guinness stout).
    • Red Ale bottle Smithwick’s for those prefers red beer as per Eli;
    • Kilkenny that is a cross between a red ale and a stout;
    • O’Hara’s Irish Red was a great option for red beer as per Eli too;
    • Ginger & lime;
    • Jameson Whisky
    • Jameson, Ginger Ale & Lime (Eli loved it at the Jameson Distillery Bow St.);
    • Bailey’s;
    • Irish Coffee.

    2. What is the best food to order at an Irish Pub?

    We must tell you that we love a typical and traditional pub food. Specially in Ireland, we can say that we have generally had the luck of the Irish. This is because we loved the food in all the pubs we have recommended to you in this article.

    However, some dishes we loved more than others, so following the ones that we ordered and we loved it.

    • If you’re at Johnny Fox’s Pub, don’t miss the chance to try their must-have Beef and Guinness pie!
    • we loved the Irish style of seafood Chowder;
    • Save room for dessert at Johnny Fox’s Pub, because their Bannoff is absolutely delicious – a must-try treat!
    • The Bangers & Mash it’s a classic Irish pub favorite, bangers and mash feature sausages served on a bed of creamy mashed potatoes and smothered in rich onion gravy;
    • the traditional Fish & Chips are usually delicious, specially with you are near the sea, as Howth for example;
    • this said, you should try the cockles and mussels;
    • The Irish stew typically features tender lamb or beef, potatoes, carrots, and onions slow-cooked to perfection;
    • and of course a shepherd’s pie, which is a comforting dish with minced meat (usually lamb), vegetables, and topped with a layer of creamy mashed potatoes.

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    Conclusion

    Whether you’re planning your first trip to Ireland or an additional visit, we hope these tips will help you have a great experience !

    To finish, we’ll leave a summary below of what we included in the article above so you don’t miss any tips.

    • Our top list – 10 of the Best Pubs we visited in Ireland;
    • 7 Tips for those visiting Irish Pubs for the first time;
    • Top Tips where to stay in Dublin, Ireland to visit the Best Pubs in Dublin city centre;
    • Tips of Best Irish Pub Food to order – Dublin, Ireland.

    Leave a message if you think these tips could help you out!

    And you hope you have the Good Luck of Irish to enjoy All the Pubs above as we did!

    Cheers from Discovering Destinations!

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