Musical Pub Crawl FAQs

Where do we meet?

We meet upstairs (First Floor) in Oliver St John Gogartys. You must be there by 7.15pm to collect your tickets.

Will there be anyone there to meet us?

Yes, our ticket officer will be there to greet you upstairs in Gogartys.  When you arrive you must hand in your voucher to our ticket officer and get your ticket in return. (This ticket then allows you access to the other pubs on the tour)

What time do we leave the first pub?

The group will depart the first pub, Oliver St John Gogartys, at approx. 7:45pm.

How many musicians will there be?

There will be two musicians bringing you to the pubs and performing for you.

Is there much walking involved?

The first two pubs are very close to each other and in Temple Bar. The last pub is a 12 minute walk and is on the Northside of Dublin just off O’Connell Street which is 1 minute from the Dublin Spire. There is a taxi rank outside the last pub and it is only 5 minutes, walk back to Temple Bar. If you are a slow walker you can get a taxi from the 2nd to the 3rd pub (€6.00 – €10.00)

How many pubs do we visit?

You will visit three traditional Irish pubs: Oliver St. John Gogarty’s, The Ha’Penny Bridge Inn and Brannigan’s (subject to availability)

How long does it go on for?

Approximate Running:
We visit three pubs, the first pub is just a meeting point with a short introduction.
The below itinerary operates 9 times out of ten but can change depending on major events happening in Dublin.
Depart Pub 1: Gogartys between 7.40 and 7.50
Depart Pub 2: The Happeny Bridge Inn at 20:50
Tour ends in Brannigans Bar off O’Connell St at 22:00.

What’s included in my ticket?

Tickets are for the tour only, no beverages or food are included.

How much are drinks?

Drinks range from approximately €4-€12.  These are not included in the price of your ticket.

I forgot to print my voucher, can I still attend?

If you lose or can’t print your voucher don’t worry we will have your name on our system

Can we join the tour at a later pub if we are running late?

You can join the tour in the second pub if you have booked in advance, if you have not booked you must also call us to check availability. Please call 00353 1 475 8345 in this instance.

Can my children attend?

No, guests must be over 18 years old to attend.

Who can buy a Student ticket?

Anyone with a valid student ID can avail of a student ticket.

Do you offer Senior Citizen discount?

No, we don’t offer senior citizen discount.

Are the pubs wheelchair accessible?

We would not recommend this tour for guests with mobility issues as there is some walking involved, and all private areas in the bars are either up or down a flight of stairs.

Can groups attend?

Groups of up to 10 people can attend. Strictly no Stag and Hen parties allowed.

Can we get food on the Pub Crawl?

Gogarty’s is the only pub that does food so if you want to eat you must be finished eating by 7.30 and must get your tickets before 7:15

Dinner Show FAQs

Where do we meet?

We meet upstairs (First Floor) in Oliver St John Gogartys. You must be there by 5.30pm to collect your tickets.

Will there be anyone there to meet us?

Yes, our ticket officer will be there to greet you upstairs in Gogartys.  When you arrive you must hand in your voucher to our ticket officer and get your ticket in return. (This ticket then allows you access to the other pubs on the tour)

What time do we leave the first pub?

The group will depart the first pub, Oliver St John Gogartys, at 6pm sharp.

How many pubs do we visit?

You will visit three traditional Irish pubs: Oliver St. John Gogarty’s, The Ha’Penny Bridge Inn and Flanagan’s Bar & Restaurant.  It is at the final stop, Flanagans, that your meal will be served.

Is there much walking involved?

The first two pubs are very close to each other and in Temple Bar. The last pub, Flanagan’s bar & restaurant, is a 12 minute walk and is on the Northside of Dublin on O’Connell Street just passed the Dublin Spire. There is a taxi rank opposite Flanagans and it is only a 5 minute walk back to Temple Bar. If you are a slow walker you can get a taxi from the 2nd to the 3rd pub (€6.00 – €10.00)

How long does it go on for?

Start 6pm Oliver St John Gogartys (Collect tickets from 5:30pm)
6:10pm to 6:50pm The Hapenny Bridge Inn
7:15pm Arrive in Flanagans, dinner to be served 7:15pm approx.
9:30pm finish approx.

What time is dinner served?

Dinner is served is Flanagan’s at approximately 7:15pm.

What is on the menu? Is there a vegetarian option?

Please click here to view the Musical Pub Crawl Dinner show menu.

There is a vegetarian option.

 

What’s included in my ticket?

A dinner & show ticket includes a 3 Course Meal with Tea/Coffee,  Irish Dancing performances, and a two musician traditional Irish music show.

A show only ticket includes all of the above, without the 3 Course Meal with Tea/Coffee.

If I have a show only ticket, can I still eat?

Yes, if you have a show only ticket you are welcome to purchase food from a separate a la carte menu at Flanagan’s bar & restaurant.

Can my children attend?

Children from age 6+ are welcome to attend the Musical Pub Crawl Dinner Show.  A child’s ticket costs €25 and covers children aged 6-12yrs.  There is a separate children’s men, which you can view here.

 

What is included in a Family Ticket?

A Family Ticket includes admission to the show, three course meal and Irish dancing for 2 adults and 2 children (6-12 years old)

Are the pubs wheelchair accessible?

We would not recommend this tour for guests with mobility issues as there is some walking involved, and all private areas in the bars are either up or down a flight of stairs.