Pubs & Bars in Ireland
The tradition of Irish pubs, or public houses, dates back to ancient history and during the recent years a new wave of construction for popular modern-style pub venues reigns. The city centre pubs have always been highly popular, where young people and adults gather in the evening or at night to enjoy live music and experience the atmosphere that makes the Irish pub unique.
Dublin is well known for its pubs, jovial music scene, and youthful nightlife. It’s a city infused with celebratory energy that seeps its way into everyday living. It would be extremely difficult to cross Ireland’s capital city without passing a pub. Dublin has around 1,000 neighborhood watering holes. You’ll find everything from old traditional pubs with live Irish music sessions to funky city cocktail bars to super pubs with different levels. However, the city’s best pubs are those that still have their traditional character, with ornate bars, mirrors, marble and stained glass. And, many of the best ones are hundreds of years old.
Located on one of Dublin’s most famous streets – Baggot Street, Doheny and Nesbitt public house is surrounded by renowned landmarks – The Dail (House of Parliament), Grafton Street, Trinity College, Stephen’s Green and Lansdowne Road. Delicious food is served daily by our talented chefs,from breakfast and lunch to evening meals.
Nancy Hands Bar & Restaurant is situated close to Dublin’s Phoenix Park, the National Museum at Collins Barracks, and a short stroll from Heuston Station. In Nancy Hands there is a unique open fireplace were you can relax in a nice atmosphere. Outside there is a custom built heated area.
The Glenside is a family run bar and restaurant where they endeavour to provide the best of freshly prepared local produce in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.They offer Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner seven days a week from 10am to 9pm. During the summer months they also offer regular Bar-B-Ques with mouth-watering food cooked by their own chefs.