Food was average and the drink selection was okay. The service was pretty good and fairly quick for a busy night. Try it out once and see what you think.
1 - 10 of 325 reviews
We have had mostly wonderful experiences here. We particularly love the Sunday Brunch. We had one fluke of a terrible experience last March, after that weekend we noticed an influx of complaints, and it seems Dublin Pub has handled the issue. If you went during...More
This place has many of the woodwork and food items found in Ireland. Many of its recipes feature Guinness. I had the beef stew which was quite good. It was nice to have something with fresh vegetables. Not cheap, but you get value.
went with my wife, son, his wife, and a friend following a Dragons game. Inexpensive drinks and the food was good. The chess fries are a must, also recommend the Ruck (house sandwich). It can be hard to converse even when not crowded because it...More
We had been seeing postings about their Sunday brunch for months and finally decided, this is the day. It wasn't clear the times because online there was a 10:00 and an 11:00 open time. So on Saturday evening I called to verify and was told...More
Noisy as are most pubs. The potato soup was the best ever had with bacon chips and cheese on top. The Ruek was a pretzel sandwich with smoked brisket, Sautee onions and cheddar cheese with Guinness BBQ sauce on top--did not care for, nor the...More
It was the first time in Dublin's and I was transported to the other side of the world. I walked around to experience the beauty of the place. Customer Service is great. The prices were affordable and tasty food. Will go back again and also...More
The atmosphere and décor made me believe I was in Dublin Ireland. The food was very tasty and the server was prompt bringing our drinks and food. The prices were reasonable. Lots of specialty dishes.