Dublin Pub Crawl

Arrival in Dublin from St. John’s was at approximately 07:00.  After some breakfast at the hotel and waiting a few hours to get into our rooms, some had a little cat nap before heading out on the pre-planned pub crawl from the hotel northward towards the Temple Bar district.  We managed to hit The Long Hall, the Stag’s Head, the Temple Bar, and the Auld Dubliner before settling in for dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe.


The #1 and Oldest Pub in Dublin is The Brazen Head

Ranked #1 by Gadling.com

The Brazen Head is officially the oldest pub in Ireland and one of the oldest pubs in the world. It opened in 1198! Hopefully somebody has replaced the urinal pucks since then.

Yes, that’s the great Tom Jones, a Welshman, singing at The Brazen Head. The occasion was Arthur’s Day 2009 celebrating 250 years of Guinness brewing. If the pub is good enough for Tom Jones, then, well…


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The Brazen Head is located at 20 Lower Bridge Street…

Brazen Head in Google Street

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Guinness Storehouse Brewery in Dublin

One of the biggest attractions in Dublin is the home of Guinness, the Guinness Storehouse. This large facility at St. James’s Gate in Dublin includes The Gravity Bar a glass walled circular bar on top of a building with a panoramic view of the city.

Guiness round logo

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Guiness Storehouse in Google Street View

Click on the image to jump to Google street view outside the Guiness Storehouse brewery in Dublin.