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The Long Stone - Established in 1754, Celtic themed pub is decorated with Viking elements, huge statue of the Viking god Balder (god of Light and Warmth) which doubles as a fireplace.
Messrs Maguire - William Maguire and his sons set up business there as suppliers to the docking ships. Underneath that shop was the Corn Exchange Tavern, which served whiskey and porter to the sailors, passengers, dockworkers and merchants in and around the quay
Kitty O’Shea’s - A really happening place – more of a party atmosphere than a relaxing traditional pub experience
John Mulligan’s Pub - The pub’s claim to fame was one of its regulars: James Joyce. Established in 1932, the pub is known as the home of the pint because they are famous for pouring the so-called “perfect pint”
Kavanagh’s Pub - Lays claim to being the oldest family pub in Dublin which opened in 1833. The look of the pub is genuine Victorian and is currently run by the 6th generation
The Brazen Head - Dublin’s oldest pub, started pouring beer since 1198. It is known to be one of the best for Dublin live music
The Hole in the Wall - Was named in honour of an age old tradition in the place – serving drinks through a hole in the wall of the Phoenix Park to members of the army garrison stationed in the area. The pub is also known for their great food.
The Auld Dubliner - Temple Bar District, know for the bright mural painted on its wall. An old Dublin docker with a big beer belly. The pub is also a happening place.
O’Donoghue’s - Considered a historically significant establishment. Built in 1789 and was originally a grocery store. It began operating as a pub in 1934 after it was purchased by the O’Donoghue family.