Top 10 pubs in Dublin


1.  The Toast Bar – It is a local bar at Dublin where you can really feel the warming ambiance of its comfortable couches with low center tables, a student atmosphere plus the homey environment.  It is a modern and trendy pub and it’s one of the best places to enjoy and have fun.  It is located at the main road of Rathmines about 1km from the city centre.

above:  The tiny entrance of the incredibly large interior of Rody Bowlands
2.  Rody Bowlands – A walking distance away from the Toast Bar club is this deceiving small-tiny looking pub with really small doors when it’s seen from the outside, but when it’s seen interiorly, it is a 3 block huge pub with the Irish craic.  It consists of the famous Black stuff from the Guinness.
3.  The Quays Bar – Traditional drinking and music and of course, dancing and a bloody great craic at the Quays bar is great for getting together of friends especially when you spend your leisure time in this bar.  It can be found at the touristy Temple Bar District.
4. Messrs Maguire – It is a four stories high microbrewery pub with great scenic view of the O’ Connel Bridge and the River Liffey located inside the traditional 19th century building.  Getting there would take you to an interesting adventure of the old building’s mazes of stairs, rooms and floors which is great for having a quality time with your friends and family.
5.  The Brazen Head – It’s the oldest pub in Ireland with great history.  It offers its traditional Irish music with cozy areas to sit and relax on.

above:  Johnny Fox’s Pub with its several memorabilia at its front door
6.  Johnny Fox’s Pub – It’s a hilltop pub in Ireland making it popular for being the highest pub in Ireland.  It has great entertainment and very nice pub ambiance.
7.  The Porterhouse – It is a traditional pub in Dublin, Ireland, with traditional acoustic music and bands.  The pub possesses the Giant Copper vats which makes it more delectable for photograph enthusiasts.  It is situated at the border line of the Temple Bar District.
8.  Cafe en Seine Bar – A 19th century Paris-like environment in Dublin is this famous sophisticated Cafe en Seine which is located at Dawson Street.  It is very much wanted during New Year ’s Eve so you must buy your tickets ahead of time.
9.  McSorleys Pub – It has been a student lounge in Ranalegh village, Dublin since it is often crowded with students.  It can also be a place for sporting events like rugby games.
10.  Zanzibar – It’s a two-story Indian Oceanic themed pub at the Northern River Liffey.  It has been the pub where appealing men and beautiful ladies can be found drinking here