5 Pubs you Need to Visit in Ireland

Posted by North South Travel Blogger · Aug 08 · in Ireland · about Dining

1. The Stags Head

Located in Dublin, this 19th century pub has played host to some popular people such as James Joyce, Quentin Tarantino and Irish political leader Michael Collins due to its high grade whiskey. The pub boasts whiskey casks, Renaissance-style wood ceiling and an old Victorian smoking lounge.

2. O’Loclainn’s

Located in the uninspiring Ballyvaughan Street, this pub is one of the best watering hole in Ireland. It boasts a selection of high-grade whiskey and a stove to warm its indoors during cold winters.

3. McEvoys

This pub is located in an out of way old building in Kildare. It is right next to the majestic Canal and should be a perfect place to enjoy a beer during hot summers or en-route to the Canal.

4. Moran's Oyster Cottage

This pub is located in County Galway and features a 250-year old thatched roof, an oyster shack and a bar. It serves some of the best salty crustaceans from Galway Bay. Located just 12 miles outside Galway, the Moran's Oyster Cottage boasts the tag of being Ireland oyster capital. Since 1800s, the pub has been run by generations of Moran family and has poured perfect pint for its patrons for all those years, making it one of the best watering hole in Ireland.

5. Louie’s Backyard & Bar

This pub is located in Kilkenny County and is situated in a Left Bank building that was built in 1870. Here, patrons cozy up to the fireside as the drink the best Irish rum. The pub has in-house DJs who play the best of rock music.

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