Pubs in Dublin

  • Bleeding Horse Pub

    Bleeding Horse Pub

    Dating back to the 17th century, the Bleeding Horse pup is steeped in history. It has been mentioned in several literary classic novels including "Ulysses" by James Joyce. As well as a stocking a wide range of beers, spirits and wines, this pub also serves a lunch menu and evening meals.
  • Stag's Head Pub

    Stag's Head Pub

    Located on Dame Court, just off Dame Street and close to Grafton Street, Exchequer Street and George's Street, the Stag's Head is a retreat from the busy and hectic world outside. It is a Victorian era pub, complete with Victorian mahogony fittings and has a pleasant and reassuring old-world feel to it. A great place to drop in for a pint of Guinness or whatever you're having yourself, and some delicious bar food.
  • O'Neill's Pub

    O'Neill's Pub

    O´Neill´s bar is located in the centre of the Dublin tourist district. It is around the corner form places such as Trinity College (home of the Book of Kells), the Grafton Street (renowned for its upmarket shops) and the hot-spot of Temple Bar. If you want a break from the hustle and bustle, drop in for a quiet pint, tasty meal or for a lively music session. Whatever you are after, you'll always be sure of a warm and friendly welcome at O'Neill's bar.