Make Sure You Don’t Miss These Pubs When in Dublin, Ireland

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Looking for a place to have a pint or two when in Dublin, Ireland? Well, based on our experience, the first pub you come across will probably do. However, if you really want to experience Dublin’s pub culture at its finest, then make sure you don’t miss out on these.

The Confession Box

This small pub gets packed quickly, so you might want to come a bit earlier to get a spot. However, it will be worth it as you’ll fall in love with the cozy atmosphere and the friendly staff who make sure you feel welcomed. And, of course, there is a great selection of local beers to enjoy. 

Location: 88 Marlborough St, North City

Opening Hours: 1:30 a.m.–11:30 p.m.

The Long Hall

One of Dublin’s oldest pubs, the Long Hall will impress you with its intricate interior, traditional charm, and great Guinness. People who have had a chance to visit the place laud its energetic vibe, attentive staff, and overall great atmosphere.

Location: 51 South Great George’s Street

Opening Hours: 12 p.m.–11:30 p.m.

The Cobblestone

If you want to experience the traditional Dublin pub vibe while also enjoying live music, this is the place. The Cobblestone is known for its great selection of live acts that play Irish music, rock, and even do a bit of tap dancing. A great night out is guaranteed.

Location: 77 King St N, Smithfield

Opening Hours: 4 p.m.–12:30 p.m.