Fantastic atmosphere! We tried the soup of the day and the Guinness irish stew, obviously with a Guinness! Very tasty. Wide premium irish whiskey selection.
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We met up with some work colleagues for some Christmas drinks in D&N. We were not disappointed, a great buzz with big crowds at around 8pm but when the “after work crowd” clears out at around 9:30pm you can grab a seat/table before the next...More
Great atmosphere last night. Very busy but Ryan the barman was well able to keep the drinks served and the banter going. really enjoyable night. Ann.
Packed to the limits, yet people came pouring in after the rugby game in the Aviva. We found a seat upstairs for our semi- invalided friend and service from the bar was good,. The noise level was tolerable and we enjoyed our drinks. BUT, the...More
Wounderful experience and very friendly service. It is a real pub as you imagine it (wood, high stools, etc.). Large choice of beers.I had a wounderful Irish Stew while my wife had classic fish and chips. Price was ok.
Great place to go sit have a pint and something to eat. Great old pub to relax in after shopping on Grafton St. We couldn't find a better host to banter with than "Joe."
We'd been here for drinks and dinner on a prior trip and this time came for lunch, seated near the bar. Our food was tasty and the Guinness was great! Although we were pushing into the late afternoon/post work time frame, we were treated very...More
We were referred to the Doheny & Nesbitt by the concierges from The Merrion Hotel and the Shelbourne Hotel. We were looking for comfort food and found it there. We enjoyed the food and atmosphere so much, we went back again. The first time, we...More
So happy to find this pub. The bartender was such a pleasant man, we didn't want to go elsewhere. Didn't know what to expect for food, but the bangers and mash were just wonderful. Plenty of beer choices, if you want a change from Guinness!...More