Guinness is renowned all over the world for its inimitable, multi-faceted flavour – a taste enjoyed not only from a glass, but also as an exceptional accompaniment to meals, and as an ingredient in its own right.
The Guinness Storehouse’s restaurants are open to the public without an experience ticket. Explore how our beers from the Guinness Brewery can uniquely cut, contrast or complement our menus.
We have two restaurants available for our guests to choose. Arthur’s Bar and our 1837 Bar & Brasserie. Two individual restaurants with menu styles to match. If your preference is for something casual and relaxed, Arthur’s Bar is your perfect fit. Or if you prefer something more substantial, our a la carte menu in 1837 Bar & Brasserie offers larger plates.
The Guinness Storehouse
St James's Gate
Market Street South
Whether you are popping in for a meal, or just want to chill out with a coffee and watch the world go by in a…
Beer Market serves only the finest craft beers from around the world, limited releases and pilot kit one-offs. Up to 90% of the beer on tap at Beer Market is not available anywhere else in Ireland.
Located in the heart of the historic St James's Gate Brewery, The Guinness Storehouse is Ireland's No. 1 tourist attraction, celebrating over 250 years of brewing tradition as the Home of the Black Stuff.
John’s Bar is a mish mash of salvaged seating, cosy nooks, crannies, snugs, and a long central bar counter filled to the brim with beverages, old school sweets, and haberdashery bits and bobs.
Vandal Cafe offers great breakfast, lunch and brunch treats in sumptious surroundings at The Masonry. Grab a table in its glazed courtyard for the ultimate…
Traditional local pub located beside Vicar Street Venue, Live Music every weekend. All major sporting on plasma screens. Friday night is our special party night.…