Top best 10 pubs in Dublin

In Dublin there are numerous pubs, from ancient cozy institutions with a long history to super-modern youth megapubs. In order to easily navigate in the selection, we offer you the top ten most popular

Temple Bar

Located in the center of the same name block of Dublin, this pub has no equal in quality and variety of draft and bottled beer. In addition, first-class lunches and dinners are served here, and most evenings are accompanied by live music.

The Porterhouse

A three-storey building in a rustic style with a somewhat rustic atmosphere should not embarrass you. It serves exclusively beer of the highest class of its own production, which cannot be tried anywhere else in the world.

The Gravity

It is one of the ten best sky-bars in the world and is located on the top floor of the Guinness Storehouse (Guinness beer museum). Through the glass walls of the pub you can see the beauties of Dublin from the heights, while enjoying the fresh aromatic beer. And having bought for a ticket for a tour around factory, you can find interesting details of its making and at the same time taste the ready product for free.

The Brazen Head

Rumor has it that it was opened back in 1198, and it was one of Robin Hood's favorite leisure spots. There are low ceilings in the room, just as it was customary to build many years ago and very appropriate in this case old-fashioned furniture. If you are looking for a place with a truly Irish spirit, then first of all you need to visit The Brazen Head Pub.


According to the organizers of the James Joyce pub award, this institution deserves the title of a real Irish pub. It is famous for its excellent food and live music. The walls of the hall are decorated with numerous portraits of famous historical figures of Dublin.


The institution in the style of "art deco" was and still remains the favorite leisure spot for Dublin writers, who often hold presentations of their works here. Even Oscar Wilde rarely passed by without taking a look here. And the location almost in the center of the city does not allow it to be empty nowadays.

John Mulligan's Pub

The premise of the pub consists of several united buildings, which is reflected in its interior. Thanks to cozy atmosphere and friendly staff, the institution regularly appears in the lists of nominees for James Joyce pub award.


In this institution, well-known in Ireland group "Dubliners" began its career, performing folk songs and ballads. Therefore, fans of the collective and folk music regularly come here. And during the tourist season, when the melodies are performed here live, it is simply packed.

The Auld Dubliner

This traditional Irish pub in everything tries to match its status - from interior decorations to dishes and drinks on the menu. In the afternoon it can be called a tranquil oasis in the heart of the bustling city. However, by the evening it turns into barrels of laugh.

The Palace

TheObserver wrote about this institution in 1998: "almost perfect pub". Journalists and all sorts of writers like to come here. Tasty and inexpensive dishes on the menu attract those who decide to have a quick snack on the run in the bustle of the big city. And it is famous for the availability of more than a hundred species of Irish whiskey.

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