Cat and Cage
This wonderful old public house is possibly the best-known in Ireland. First licensed in 1690, this is one of Dublin’s oldest surviving coach houses. The Cat and Cage has established itself as a great place for celebrating Gaelic football games at nearby Croke Park and for dining you’ll find none better than the thriving upstairs restaurant.
Quinns in Drumcondra has built up a reputation as one of Dublin’s great sporting pubs. Given its proximity to the Gaelic football grounds at Croke Park, every county in Ireland has at some stage enjoyed a pint here! It serves good food seven days a week in its popular upstairs restaurant.
Burgh Quay, Dublin
Extensive refurbishment has created a delightfully eclectic experience, combining modern architecture with existing features in this historic building. Boasting a top class restaurant on the 2nd floor, the Corn Exchange Tavern also contains a micro brewery producing Messrs Maguire’s own range of premium ales, lagers and stouts.
The Shamrock Lodge
The Shamrock Lodge is renowned locally for its superb food and atmosphere. If you’re looking for live music, come to the famous Dublin Lounge, where all major sporting events are also fully covered. While for food, try out our Seamus Ennis Restaurant, licensed and open seven days a week.
The Barge Inn
Charlemont Street, Dublin
First licensed in 1799, The Barge Inn is one of Dublin’s best known landmark pubs. Since its refurbishment in 1994, it has become a frequent meeting place for business, social purposes, or as a successful late night music venue. The Barge offers excellent restaurant facilities and in 1998, it won the prestigious Dublin Pub of the Year Award presented by Black & White Whiskey.