Great Dublin Pubs to Visit this Good Friday
This Friday sees the first Good Friday that pubs will open in 90 years! If you are heading out, make sure you visit a Dublin Pub.
As pubs set to open this Good Friday for the first time since 1927, we have our own run down of great pubs in Dublin that you should visit if you are out and about this holiday weekend.
Anyone who is familiar with the social scene in Dublin will know that you can’t beat a good Pub. It has all the components to make a great night out. From Trad nights in Cassidy’s live gigs in Whelans or a good game of Jenga P.Macs, or a taste of real Dublin in The Confession Box the atmosphere in any Dublin Pub is always a good one. There is somewhere to suit everyone, the list is really endless!
So if you are in Dublin Town this Good Friday visit your favourite #DublinPub . You are spoiled for choice with places like:
- Dame Tavern
- Davy Byrnes
- Drury Buildings
- Panti Bar
- The Bankers
- The Black Sheep
- The Boars Head
- The Exchequer
- The Flowing Tide
- The George
- The Grand Central
- The International
- The Mercantile
- The Stags Head
- The Oval
If you are after cocktails then why not try: 37 Dawson Street, Pygmalion, No Name, , Harrys on the Green, The Church, Slatterys Bar, Lemon & Duke, The Gin Palace, The South William, Sams Bar, and Wigwam
For a taste of the many great pubs in Dublin, check out Dublin Pubs below starring actor Laurence Kinlan:
If you’re out this weekend in Dublin, make sure you let us know by using the hashtag #DublinPubs and remember to always drink responsibly.