The Pubs

Oliver St. John Gogarty’s

18-21 Anglesea St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

We meet nightly at Oliver St. John Gogarty’s, Temple Bar, Dublin.

Designed in late 19th century style The Oliver St John Gogarty Bar is a must see on your trip to Dublin. Named after famous Irish Poet, Playwright and Surgeon (Oliver St John Gogarty), Gogarty’s is located in the heart of Dublin’s Cultural Quarter, Temple Bar.

Open 7 nights a week Gogarty’s is one of Temple Bar’s most famous locations with great food, delicious pints, friendly service and a genuine traditional Irish atmosphere.


The Ha’penny Bridge Inn

42 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin, Dublin 2

The Traditional Irish Musical Pub Crawl has been visiting the Ha’penny Bridge Inn since it’s birth over 20 years ago.

This family run pub is unique to Dublin as it has not conformed to modern design, it’s character has remained entact over the years and it offers entertainment to cater for all tastes, whether it be music, comedy or a quiet pint.



9 Cathedral St, North City, Dublin 1

Brannigans on the north side of the city is a favourite with The Traditional Musical Pub Crawl.

Located near the well known Gresham Hotel, you will find lots of Dublin natives biding their time in Brannigans. With the friendliest bar staff in town, Brannigans is a must stop for all Dublin visitors.



61 O’Connell Street Upper, North City, Dublin 1

Located on Dublin’s famous O’Connell Street, Flanagans is as much a Dublin landmark as the iconic Spire on it’s doorstep.  It is also just a stone’s throw from the famous GPO building which holds a place of particular symbolic importance for Irish people.


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