O’Neills is one of, if not the best destinations for your Sunday carvary lunch. O’Neill’s on Suffolk Street has provided both liquid nourishment and food comas to Dubliners and tourists alike for years. The Victorian ambiance provides a cosy pint destination and there are plenty of nooks and crannies to house those quiet conversations, or to overhear interesting titbits of conversation from the next table. The snug behind the main bar is the best place to sit, where you can squeak off the red leather seats and watch the cavalcade of passers by through the elegantly lead-panelled windows. Perfect for Sunday lazing or night time revelry.
Situated in the historic heart of Dublin just a stones throw from Temple Bar is O’Neills. Around the corner from Trinity College, Grafton Street and the world-famous Molly Malone Statue, it´s the perfect place for a quiet pint, a tasty meal or a lively music session or just to rest your feet for a while. You´ll always be sure of a warm, friendly welcome.