In Ireland every town has one. Bakers is the pub where the local’s themselves go. It’s a place that you can get a casual bite to eat and a few pints or drinks. Somewhere that makes you feel good about yourself and a place that is always bustling.
Dublin's oldest pub dating to 1198
The Guinness Storehouse’s restaurants are now open to the public without an experience ticket. Explore how our beers from the Guinness Brewery can uniquely cut, contrast or complement our menus.
The Teeling Whiskey Distillery is the first new distillery to be built in Dublin in over 125 years and already a firm favorite among the city's visitor attractions.
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.
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.…
Craft beer and gourmet food