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' I am a drinker with a writing problem'...the words of one infamous McDaids patron, Brendan Behan, and if ever there was a quote to raise an ironic smile then this was it. McDaids is now considered one of the most iconic Literary Pubs of Dublin not...more
Nice pub and as it is slightly away from temple bar it is a little cheaper €5.30 a pint of Guinness so better than temple bar. Mind you wine was more expensive. No music though ... good stop off for one!
A great place to stop while on Grafton Street. We stopped in to have some drinks before dinner. Found a cozy seat on the back couch with the rugby game on tv. No problem ordering or getting drinks. Good service and great atmosphere.
We stopped off for an early evening pint on our first evening in Dublin. This is everything you want from a proper pub, for the staff were efficient and friendly. You take it as you find it and it won’t be everyone’s cup of tea...More
In Dublin every month for business. Frequent visitor to pubs in city, and surrounding areas. Went in on Saturday lunchtime for a beer, the place was freezing cold and a few people at the bar. The barman was far from friendly, and served the drinks...More
No fuss,no frills,no TV or music just somewhere small and quiet to go to for a pint or a little feller (preferably Jamesons or Bushmills).Hope it never changes.A breadth of fresh air and reality in these trivial,plastic unreal times.Every town city and village should have...More
Visited on an unfortunate unplanned clash with His holiness from Rome. He was not in mcdaids but most of his followers were milling about. Took the weight off in the back of the pub. Guinness arrived in seconds, still settling (not the way we culchies...More