The pub has live sessions with typical Irish music. Fiddlers, Celtic harps, flutes, guitars, banjos and uillean pipes play all night. Come in, enjoy, relax and listen while having a good pint of local beer.
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We had this bar recommended to us from a local and we enjoyed it so much we went twice during our trip. It's off the beaten path of bars but it's about a 5 min straight shot walk from the Brazen Head across the river....More
It was a weird but enjoyable experience in Hughes Bar. We arrived at 8.45pm on a Tuesday night, and it was just us and the barman. He was really friendly, and we had a long chat about a lot of things. He said there would...More
Friday night is snug music night. Really enjoyable & hi-quality performances from local musicians. They even let me sing in Scots Gaelic!!! Great beer & whisky selection too.
This place must be a local secret. The perfect end to our 10 day trip. Very quiet and cozy. Warm, welcoming atmosphere, with neighborly staff. But, clearly the best music of our trip, in a wonderfully intimate setting.
This bar was just how I imagined Ireland. If you want to feel like you are actually in Ireland I recommend having a few beers at this place while listening to the local music. Flutes, bagpipes etc and great company. Bartender was conversational, it was...More
it's a few minutes walk from the touristy Temple Bar area, so here is your chance to see how typical pubs look like (well, be careful what you wish for, it may surprise you). The place is less crowded. Late in the evening there live...More
very quiet pub, but nice to visit, cosy, charming, only had a drink but had a nice chat with the bartender aswell
My favourite pub in Dublin. Family owned and run. Great home cooked lunches. No fancy extras on anything just good service, great Guinness, and decent prices. No annoying TVs blasting sport or news, no jukebox, no gimmicks. A pub for pub's sake. Well worth visiting.