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The Speakeasy Bar is centrally located in High Street. It is well known for its love of sports, a great pint and of course the local craic. Owned and managed by The O’Donoghue Family it is long established as one of Killarney’s Finest watering holes.

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Bostons first Irish “Super Pub” arrived on the scene January 28th, 2005 in the form of Paddy O’s. This latest offering from the Somers Pubs embodies everything that is Ireland and the Irish. From the hand-crafted bar to the authentic Furniture, custom made in Ireland, this pub breathes “one hundred thousand Welcomes” from the moment you step through the Door. But this is not the home of Saints and Scholars or Mythical Creatures. Paddy O’s has just one purpose in mind FUN!

“Nobody knows how to enjoy themselves like the Irish” quips John Joe Somers, the driving force behind this bar’s creation. John Joe is proud to be from a nation renowned for spreading fun and good times throughout the World and states that he is “doing his bit for the true Irish heritage”. The Pub boasts all the traits of a good Irish local, complete with cozy snugs, natural stone pillars and a full stage which will cater for everything from traditional Irish sessuins through to Boston’s hottest rock bands. Discreetly tucked away but always on hand are a 72″ drop down screen and a fully equipped DJ booth and state of the art sound system.

Paddy O’s offers a menu full of the finest Irish fare with emphasis on specialty Seafood dishes. So, whatever your pleasure and what ever your measure, drop into Paddy O’s any night of the week!, at 33 Union Street , in the Faneuil Hall district, and you won’t leave disappointed!

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Bruxelles is a cosmopolitan bar. Located just a step away from Grafton Street, Dublin’s busiest shopping thoroughfare. Bruxelles is the ideal venue for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It’s a sports bar and a music bar, with djs in three bars and regular live music. If you don’t have a ticket for the big game; see it in Bruxelles. It might be better; with terrace banter, cold beer and cosy surroundings. Bruxelles is an ideal meeting place because it’s right in the heart of things. And once you get there, you won’t want to leave.

Bruxelles Bar played such a huge part in the birth of the Irish music scene. To Skid Row, then Thin Lizzy, this became their second home around the late 1960’s-early 1970’s.

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Located in the heart of Temple Bar, Dublin’s Cultural Quarter, The Vat House is the ideal place to sample the atmosphere and ambience of a traditional Irish Pub. The Vat House prides itself on offering unrivalled levels of quality and comfort to all our visitors.

With its extensive bar food menu, huge selection of drinks, and wide variety of entertainment on offer, The Vat House is the perfect setting for any occasion. Popular with locals and visitors alike, The Vat House has something to offer to anyone.

So why not drop in and experience the unique atmosphere only found in The Vat House. Be sure to try the Guinness – it’s arguably the best in town !

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The Stags Head,Dublin City is a historical Dublin pub featured in Dublin Pub tours renowned for it’s hospitality and famous pint of Guinness!
Mondays Comedy Crunch , Fridays & Saturdays The best Traditional session in Dublin City. On the last wednesday of every month experienceTHE BROWN BREAD MIX TAPE with plently of stories, music and poetry. All of our events are enjoyed in an intimate environment by both locals and tourists alike.Party bookings are welcome and we have food options available. Function Room is available for private parties. Wedding stop off parties for pre and post drinks and food are a common visit to The Stags Head pub.
History Brief
You truly capture a sense of the hidden Ireland when you accidentally stumble upon The Stag’s Head. Finding it is akin to discovering a rare treasure as it is concealed through a narrow passageway off Dame Street, although access can also be gained through Exchequer Street or Georges Street. When you enter inside this feeling of discovered booty is greatly intensified as a virtual paradise of culture and old world values confronts you. This is probably Dublin’s best preserved Victorian pub – and everything here is of authentic Victorian origin. Take time to look around and savour the sumptuously carved Victorian mahogany fittings, the mosaic marble tiled floors and granite tabletops.
Visiting the Stag’s Head is a wondrous experience wether you call when the premises is cosy, warm and glowing at night time, or in early morning when this is old repository of liquid culture is radiantly illuminated by wafts of sunlight filtering through the stained glass windows. The mahogany bar, capped with red Connemara marble, follows the classic Victorian architectural pattern, being long and punctuated by exquisite partitions that divide into private compartments or stalls.
History
 Though a tavern has existed on this site since the 1780’s, this premises first attained great fame in the 1830’s as ‘John Bull’s Albion Hotel and Tavern’. This was one of the most sought after premises of the age in close proximity to ‘Dublin’s Theatreland’ and the fashionable stores of Dame Street and College Green. A popular music hall business was developed on the site, a trend continued by proprietors Alica and Henry Murphy during the 1840’s. William Wormington succeeded them here in the 1860’s and James Kennedy took the reins in the 1880’s.
Birth of the Stags Head
The Stag’s Head was the brainchild of Westmoreland merchant George Tyson who came to Ireland in the 1870’s and established a thriving Menswear and Haderdashery business in Grafton Street, from where he was appointed ‘outfitter and shirtmaker to the Lord Lieutenant’. He acquired this premises in the early 1890’s and commissioned leading architect J.M. McGloughlin of Pearse Street to build Dublin’s most advanced and distinctive Victorian pub – and the first in the Capital to enjoy electric light. The new creation opened its doors to the Dublin public in May 1894 amid majestic fanfare and distinguished patronage including the Lord Lieutenant and the most respected members of contemporary Victorian society. Tyson’s name is still to be seen on the large clock on the outside of the building. Another outstanding vestige of this era is the little parlour lounge discreetly situated behind the main bar; in former times this area served as a fashionable Victorian smoking room.
Don’t miss the great craic of one of Dublin’s most renowned Traditional Music sessions that can be enjoyed downstairs in the Stag’s Tail. Private Parties, Corporate functions and Group Bookings for food and drinks can be accommodated in either of our spacious and private lounges.
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