Situated near the top of the Dublin mountains in Glencullen, Johnny Foxes Dublin pub is one of Ireland's oldest traditional Irish pubs and is believed to be the highest pub in the country. It is about 25-35 minutes drive from Dublin City centre. Johnnie Fox's has Traditional Irish Music every night and on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. There are also some large bands that play throughout the year on selected
Pubs in Dublin
Dublin is famous for its pubs, many of which feature in song and story. Some feature prominently in great works of literature.
Pubs in Dublin vary hugely from old style traditional pubs to modern cool venues which combine food music and dance.
Guinness in Pubs in Dublin
Dublin is the home of Guinness and Dublin barmen are noted for their expertise in pulling a good pint of Guinness. Visitors from abroad always want to sample the Guinness in Dublin. A regular conversation among drinkers involves a debate on which pubs serve the best pint.
Pubs in Dublin are one of the main venues for socializing for young and old alike.
Here we sample some of Dublin's best pubs, some old, some new.
Location: 20 Bridge Street Lower, Dublin 8 Located near Temple Bar just off the quays The Brazen Head pub Dublin claims to be Ireland's oldest pub. It can be traced back to 1198 although it is unknown how much of the original building still exists. However it still retains a sense of history and preserves the look and feel of an old tavern. The pub retains the charm and characteristics of it's past and in
First Licensed in 1782, Mulligans Pub Dublin, located in Poolbeg Street, is one of the oldest pubs in Dublin and and has a long and colourful history. The ornate lettering over the door 'John Mulligan' is said to be the original. Mulligans has a reputation for serving the best pint of Guinness anywhere and many famous people have sampled it over the years. John F. Kennedy was a regular in 1945 when he worked