Met up with my brother here on Christmas Eve, not just because it is convenient but also because it is a great pub. Cosy with open fires on winter evenings or buzzing on big occasions in the rugby season, it also have a fine range of beers.
Great pint, atmosphere, friendly staff, clean and surrounded by mature punters who embody the traits of this great north side pub. With a no child policy and 21 age requirement helps this place be as good as it gets. If your looking to catch up with friends, family or enjoy a sporting event there is no better place. When I'm...
This very old pub is extremely popular all year round and when the rugby/soccer matches are on the atmosphere is electric. Great outdoor smoking area if your a smoker. Inside consists of 4 separate sitting areas one leading onto another.
Harry's is one of the Best bars in Dublin. Great for watching sport, or just a quiet pint. At the weekends Harry's gets busy and always a good vibe. Very good bar staff and a decent pint. NO FOOd to be found apart from nuts/crisps and NO KIDS. That is no children of any age at any time - word...
This place has it all.
Great atmosphere, great drinks, and a great location (for Northsiders, and passport holders!) The after work crowd can be a bit cricket/golf/rugby, but they seem to be civilised enough, for all that.
The craic here is good, and it is a very worthwhile place on a sunny afternoon, or an early evening spot, or a...
Beautiful and authentic decor inside. Roomy and full of lively conversation. Nice bunch of people as customers. I have been a customer (although no longer a regular as I have kids) for 25+ years.
Great place to bring friends from outside Ireland as they just get what an Irish pub is all about as soon as they enter. No loud...
Full service bar with great staff. The place was beautiful and clean with indoor and outdoor seating. Like an American sports bar with TV's broadcasting European Football games the night we were there. The ladies joined us but it would be a great place to hang out with the boys and have a cigar on the patio.
This is a local Irish pub, mostly for watching the games with other sport lovers, children are not allowed.
There is no food served, but good selection of beers.
The negative thing is that there are only stools to sit on, and I would personally prefer cosy sofas.