The Heritage Pub Trail is the only way to explore Dublin!
For Instance, learn some Irish and discover Ireland’s heritage on your trail through the Best Bars in Dublin.
Begin your journey at The Gin Palace. Likewise, enjoy a gin tasting tray where there are over 100 gins to choose from. Continue on to the Grand Central, a formal historical bank now serving the finest cocktails. Did you know the 1st morse code was sent by Plunkett from the Grand Central during the great 1916 Rising? At your next stop, the Arlington Hotel you will find the spirit of Irish tradition is captured through the live Irish Dancing Show.
Cross the River Liffey and wind through the cobbled streets of Temple Bar. Enjoy traditional Irish music at the Quays Bar, then onto the multi-award-winning Stag’s Head – Dublin’s best preserved Victorian Bar.
Enjoy the best pint of Guinness in Dublin at Kehoe’s Pub and finish your trail at Bruxelles – three great bars under one roof and a second home to many famous musicians in the 1960s – 1970s including Phil Lynott and Thin Lizzy.
When you enter the Liffey St. side you are greeted with the cocktail bar with a beautiful brass back counter where the staff are happy to mix a cocktail of your choice for you. The bar is decorated in an old Victorian theme where you can relax after a hard day’s shopping or just a tough day at the office.Enquire Now
Located in the heart of Dublin city, at The Arlington Hotel next to the famous O’Connell Bridge overlooking the river Liffey, this show is choreographed for maximum audience participation and full family entertainment.Enquire Now
Dublin’s best preserved Victorian Bar. Everything here is of authentic Victorian origin from the sumptuously carved mahogany fittings, to the mosaic marble tiled floors, stained glass windows and granite tabletops.Enquire Now
The new bar in Harry St adopted the name ‘Bruxelles’ to mark Ireland’s joining the European Economic Community (EEC) In other ways it marked a new beginning too for Dublin pub life and the birth of a new standard and attitude in hospitality.Enquire Now
Fun Place to Start We started our Irish Holiday at Quays and weren’t disappointed. Thursday night at 5 pm and the bar was packed. Mostly filled with tourists, a few young lads joined us from the financial district to have a pint or two after work. While a bit touristy, the music was good and bartenders very attentive. We’d highly recommend Quays over many of the other establishments in Temple Bar.
Very nice Quays located in the Temple bar section has outstanding service and food. I loved the mussels and clam chowder.
Best Pub in Temple Bar, Dublin This place was bouncing and full of decent folk listening to two brilliant musicians (guitarists & singers). Plenty of bar staff to cope with demand of the mixture of locals, young and older. Great atmosphere and reasonably priced drinks. Loved and highly recommend The Quays, which will be our first port of call next time we visit Dublin.