Bars + Pubs
Pub is short for Public House, but is better understood as a place where you can have alcoholic drinks. The idea of a Pub originated in Rome. They served as meeting places and a place to unwind with friends. Not much has changed.
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We are one of the few bars in Dublin that serves Craft Beer exclusively. With 13 of the top Irish beers always on tap and 11 rotational taps you are sure to enjoy our selection time and time again. We also stock an extensive range of Irish Gin and...
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Upon opening our doors in October 2014 we knew here at 10 Devonshire Place that we had created a pub that was somewhat different to the rest. We had forgot to install a floor. So we closed the doors again and had our opening in November of that year...
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AGAINST THE GRAIN Not your average Wexford Street / Camden Street pub! Come for the great Camden Street buzz, stay for the craft beer and simple delicious food. We have an amazing selection of Irish and world craft beers, while our chef cooks...
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The Allerton Hall pub, Woolton is a large pub restaurant with 4 rooms to dine or drink within, including 2 rooms for families. There are also 2 large beer gardens for those sunny days when you want to just chill and have a drink. Our team are welcoming and friendly...
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The restaurant has 44 seats and 10 bar seats. During the warm seasons, our capacity is supplemented by a further 120 places on our beautifully situated terrace. The restaurant is open daily from 11:00 clock to midnight. The food and beverage offer includes interalia Berlin...
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From the same people behind The Lock Tavern in Camden and Adventures In The Beetroot Field events. Time Out has described it as a "bionic superpub": a 300 live capacity out the back, fully equipped for bands and DJs; at the front, a proper, traditional pub with food being served...
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Since its construction in 1902, was located in the Schweizer Strasse 71 in Frankfurt-Sachsenhausen an apple wine. Adolf Wagner and his wife Leni acquired the estate in 1931, a risky endeavor, especially in the midst of the Great Depression. However, after extensive renovation work was already on 19 December 1931,...