A friend and I went here on a recommendation of good food. The prices are really fair and the food was cooked perfectly. They do accept credit cards but much easier to pay in cash. You can't tip on a credit card.
Went for lunch and as always it was fab. The menu is a great mix and there is something for everyone and along with their daily specials - you can't go wrong. Plenty of places to hide out in here; upstairs, downstairs and out the back, lots of little snug areas to while away the time. Reasonable prices, good quality,... 更多
Went to this classic for a few pints with a group of friends o a rainy evening in March. Place was busy as usual but we managed to find a table in the main bar and settled in for a chat. Sampled some of the whiskey offerings and put the fire out with some perfectly drawn pints. Life was good... 更多
I went to this pub on recommendation of our hotel's concierge, and he was right on the money. It was my 20 yo daughter (she's in Dublin taking classes for a study abroad) and I visiting, (there's no category for this) and we went late afternoon, well after lunch and before dinner/drinks. We were seated in The Snug, where women... 更多
Visited D&Ns on a Saturday during the 6 Nations matches. Not a home game so it wasn't crazy. It was a surprise birthday party held in the top floor private bar. I couldn't recommend this bar enough for a small private function. Great location and ambience, historic bar, exceptional gourmet food platters and really professional friendly service. If you're looking... 更多
Our first night in Dublin we stumbled across this place and had wonderful fish and chips and great Guinness beer and drinks. The best part was the wait staff and bartender who both treated us fantastically! The bartender even offered to mix up free drinks for the ladies! We were so anxious to come back on our return 2 weeks... 更多
Doheny's is a dublin institution and a must for a visit for pints and ideally located just a short walk from St Stephen's Green. There is a good selection of options for lunch and heading to the first floor is a better option as brighter and more conducive to eating at lunchtime. Was disappointed with the chicken and chorizo panini... 更多
We had our first meal in Dublin here, in this well decorated and atmospheric pub. Food was reasonable and well priced. No cider on tap, which makes it less attractive for the non-beer drinkers. Staff were coping with large crowds, but still pretty efficient. Nice place, but not special.
Yet another gem on the social spectrum in Dublin. A beautiful pin which offers the same drinks but so much more in the rich tapestry of pub culture in this wonderful city. If you like a pub and want to experience a great one - put this on your list.
One of the cheapest places we found for a pint, but don't let that put you off. Really great place with acoustic good Irish music in a traditional bar. Called if for one and stayed for three! Had the feel of a welcoming "local".