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You’ll either love this place or hate it (I loved it). This bar opened during prohibition, but is only “officially” open since 1933 (when it became legal to drink again).
The bartender told me a story of a woman who came in and asked what...More
a drinkers place. They do not serve food, but you are welcome to bring your own in or have it delivered/ . Probably the best pint of guinness in the city, dark and old. Love the take no crap bartenders and they have a great...More
It's always a treat to return to Dublin House. It's a truly authentic Irish-style pub with no frills, no food menu and decor that is decades old. Yet, the place feels "right" and the bartenders such as Michal on week nights are great. Besides a...More
I stopped by Dublin House last week in the late afternoon to raise a glass of beer in memory of an Irish friend who had died recently.
Whenever he visited me in the City, he found it essential to drag me there, and we shared...More
This bar is worth visiting when in the area.
Friendly staff that are welcoming and helped us out with directions, local knowledge and a few tales from Ireland.
It's a bar, nothing fancy nothing grand.
It's the way a bar should be.
My gal liked the fact that this place was an Old School New York bar (e.g. not dressed up for a younger crowd), but I found it to feel sketchy. Gruff bartender obviously knew that we were out-of-town people and made zero effort to welcome...More
Visited this bar on a Friday night it was reasonably busy but not overcrowded it's a fairly long narrow bar with no special features or anything notable about it. The bar staff made the visit memorable I cannot recall ever being served by such grumpy...More
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