Ireland would have to have one of the best pub scenes in the world, and the best place to explore that scene is from one of the best Dublin pubs and bars.

We had the pleasure of being a frequent visitor to many Irish pubs over the years.

Dublin’s Best Pubs and Bars

From historical taverns to classy wine bars, you will find a pub or bar for everyone on this list.

The Stag’s Head

With its cozy atmosphere, warm ambiance, and glowing lights, the Stag’s Head provides a welcoming setting for locals and tourists alike.

Rody Bolands

Located in Rathmines, is the Rody Bolands, a traditional Dublin Irish pub, extremely popular with students and as a meeting place for those living in Dublin who came from the country.

The Quays Bar

It is a great Dublin pub to go to experience traditional Irish music session and Irish dancing, Guinness, strong Irish whiskey, and a bloody great craic.

The Brazen Head

Dating back to 1198, The Brazen Head is the oldest pub in Ireland and is said to be the former drinking hole of iconic Dublin writers such as Jonathan Swift and James Joyce. It’s one of the most famous pubs in Ireland, let alone Dublin.

Johnny Fox’s Pub

This is one of those “off the beaten paths” pub experiences to whisper to your mates about. There is a catch though, you are going to need a car or some money for a cab (I’ve just discovered they now have a booze bus that runs from the city there – bonus).

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