Whelan's dates from 1772, so when the current owner bought the place in 1999, you could see why he vowed not to develop it into a tacky "superpub." For a time,...more
Drop in to the South William by day, and you're treated to an eclectic pad serving nine kinds of delicious pies (bacon and cabbage, chicken and leek, venison...more
In the beginning, there was the POD. Or Place of Dance, as the acronym may be. The old Harcourt Street railway station was first converted to an industrial...more
This former sausage factory adjoining the George's Street Arcade is a huge space, with a sky-lit interior, wooden floors, and lots of greenery. There's a...more
Kehoe's is one of the dozen or so original 19th-century Irish pubs that remain in Dublin. The interconnecting rooms, chin-wagging snugs, and cozy lounges remain...more
The Gaiety has an illustrious history as a ragtag theater (it opened in 1871), with anything from opera to pantomime to Irish drama making up a given evening's...more
Long-time regulars just call it Nesbitt's, and so should you. Dublin is full of pubs, but there's nothing like the character of this landmark watering hole,...more
Who knows where the name came from—is it because the Smithfield neighborhood can be a little dicey? At this small, dark bar with blacker-than-black walls,...more
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