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Dublin's oldest pub (maybe Ireland's too) from late 12th century! Lovely outside inside, especially the room with the fireplace and the large bar (there is a second fireplace, smaller room). We didn't go upstairs. The place was almost full on a Monday noon (maybe because...More
This is a lovely pub/restaurant which attracts a lot of tourists so is very busy. However, the ambience, food and service are all excellent. We were there in mid-summer so the hanging baskets of flowers really boosted the summer atmosphere. We stayed for a couple...More
The Brazen Head is a brilliant vibrant busy establishment with abundant character that offers good tasty pub food, cold pints and excellent service.
The interior is fascinating with its 'rabbit warren' of dining areas each with it's own pub ensuring fast efficient bar and waiting...More
Wasn’t on the list of our Dublin and Galway ‘must do’s” this week but so glad we took the tip of James a cab driver last night! Great bacon and cabbage (not quite like granny’s as she didn’t make parsley sauce!) and himself demolished the...More
Came here on a busy afternoon- had to wait a slight bit before sitting. Grabbed a few beers at the bar and enjoyed our break from sightseeing. It was very crowded, very noisy and smoky. Not our usual scene but for whatever reason, we enjoyed...More
Came here with a another couple, then met more people, we played a game (heads up) and told we were making too much noise!! (On a Saturday night). They then refused to serve us alcohol due to the noise we were making. Not once were...More
Response from Professor_Sparrow | Reviewed this property |
As others have said, if you can avoid driving/parking there it would be a better option. Although there maybe some parking available in the general area, you need to be very careful and selective about where you leave your... More
As others have said, if you can avoid driving/parking there it would be a better option. Although there maybe some parking available in the general area, you need to be very careful and selective about where you leave your car.
Q-park Christchurch car park is about a 10 minute walk away and is open 24 hours.