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Drinking in Dublin

This fair city is all about the craic – enjoying the world-famous pubs, clubs, cuisine and live music – and surviving to tell the tale
Flute, pipes and fddle at O’Donoghue’s pub


John Mulligan’s £

(; 8 Poolbeg St)

This brilliant boozer is a cultural institution, established in 1782. A drink here is like attending liquid services at a most sacred, secular shrine. John F Kennedy was a regular here back in 1945.

O’Donoghue’s £

(; 15 Merrion Row)

The pub where traditional music stalwarts The Dubliners made their name in the ’60s still hosts live music nightly, but the crowds also come for the superb pints and ambience, in the old bar or the covered coach yard next to it.

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