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This is a very nice pub that seems to be popular with the locals. It is a bit no-frills but this is exactly what makes it charming. We had some lovely whiskey samples from their large selection of Irish whiskeys and some pints of Irish...More
I've been coming here for years (15, 20 years?) and thankfully it hasn't changed. I come in here about once a year, and usually have a Guinness and a sandwich (the salmon and the roast beef sandwiches are my favourites).
It's usually lunchtime when I'm...More
I took a group to this excellent pub and although I had previously contacted them I had not made a firm reservation. Nevertheless they went out of their way to accommodate us and found space for us in the upstairs bar. We had a very...More
Had a great night on Nearys recently, a lovely buzzing pub a short few metres from St Stephens Green and Grafton Street very close to the Olympia Theatre.
Really nice interior with good music and good beer. We didn't eat here but the food looked...More
Neary’s is one of those Dublin pubs stuck in a time warp and we love it for this. Barmen upstairs in the lounge still wear crisp white shirts and black bow ties. Guinness is top notch and atmosphere equally so. It’s a stone’s throw from...More
Had a few hours to kill after work on the afternoon of my birthday so I chose to spend it in one of my favourite Dublin haunts. Peaceful but busy, great Guinness and friendly, efficient staff. Never lets me down.