The Pubs

See below for all posts on the pubs we’ve chronicled to date.
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Bar Rua: Clarerndon Street.

Bar Rua is a fairly uniquely faceted bar. Its modern architectural form stands out amidst its comparatively mundane neighbours and beckons curious visitors to pass its threshold. We found its interior to be well put together, the lines are…

The Black Sheep: Capel St.

There was a while after this pub opened when people would inquire after us as to whether we had been in The Black Sheep. Coyly we'd respond that we had, not before blaming our attendance there on the fatal combination of excessive pints and…

Brogan’s: Dame St.

Previously on DBP we’ve spoken of pubs which had been fitted out in a manner to make them appear old and worn. The manner we’ve spoke of these places has to memory not been of the most complimentary nature and the word gimmicky may have…

J.& M. Cleary’s – Amiens St.

Much had been said to me over the years about Cleary’s, it being an old haunt of Michael Collins. More recently to this visit someone told me of their sojourn here and how it contained a level of violence that the big fella himself would be…

The Snug: Stephen Street

Most of the time we aim for tactfulness here on DublinByPub, but other times you need to just tell things as they are. The Snug on Stephen Street is a mad kip! This is a boozer we’ve been in a couple of times over the years and we’ve never…

The Long Hall: George’s Street

The Long Hall is an institution. Its candy cane flourished façade serves as an instantly recognizable beacon to even the most poorly-sighted of drinkers while conversely taunting and teasing thirsty commuters awaiting the bus across the road.…