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PostPosted: Wed May 15, 2019 4:22 pm 
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We think the point of a pub is to get locked-in and have the craic while singing songs about the patriot dead.

Not sitting around with a f ucking candle on the table discussing wankers beers brewed by two lads in their back garden.

Glad I could clear that up.


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I like D&H but it isn't within an asses roar of best pub in Ireland.


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ZappaMan wrote:
I like D&H but it isn't within an asses roar of best pub in Ireland.

Who votes - Dublin based Journos ?

That's the reason why.


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PostPosted: Wed May 15, 2019 4:36 pm 
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Best pub is very subjective, tbf.


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camroc1 wrote:
ZappaMan wrote:
I like D&H but it isn't within an asses roar of best pub in Ireland.

Who votes - Dublin based Journos ?

That's the reason why.

I could hit a soft pitching wedge to two better pubs from the front door of D&H.


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CM11 wrote:
Best pub is very subjective, tbf.


There's 100 pager thread in that for sure


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PostPosted: Wed May 15, 2019 5:04 pm 
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ZappaMan wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
ZappaMan wrote:
I like D&H but it isn't within an asses roar of best pub in Ireland.

Who votes - Dublin based Journos ?

That's the reason why.

I could hit a soft pitching wedge to two better pubs from the front door of D&H.

O' Donohues and Toners ?

Both have added huge beer gardens on recently, which attracts a different clientele, although nothing beats afternoon pints in Toners, and I'm old enough to remember being locked-in during Holy Hour !


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ZappaMan wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
ZappaMan wrote:
I like D&H but it isn't within an asses roar of best pub in Ireland.

Who votes - Dublin based Journos ?

That's the reason why.

I could hit a soft pitching wedge to two better pubs from the front door of D&H.


Cafe En Seine got a revamp recently. Must be high on the list now


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Boxcar Ira wrote:
ZappaMan wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
ZappaMan wrote:
I like D&H but it isn't within an asses roar of best pub in Ireland.

Who votes - Dublin based Journos ?

That's the reason why.

I could hit a soft pitching wedge to two better pubs from the front door of D&H.


Cafe En Seine got a revamp recently. Must be high on the list now

That'd be more a long iron though.


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I'd need the driver to get to Mulligan's


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Would be a good 3 or 4 hacks for me


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Mullet 2 wrote:
I'd need the driver to get to Mulligan's

Last time I was there, it was full of poseurs, and I was the oldest fellow there.


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Boxcar Ira wrote:
ZappaMan wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
ZappaMan wrote:
I like D&H but it isn't within an asses roar of best pub in Ireland.

Who votes - Dublin based Journos ?

That's the reason why.

I could hit a soft pitching wedge to two better pubs from the front door of D&H.


Cafe En Seine got a revamp recently. Must be high on the list now

It's still second behind Buskers in Temple Bar, Boxy.


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camroc1 wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
I'd need the driver to get to Mulligan's

Last time I was there, it was full of poseurs, and I was the oldest fellow there.


Get used to being the oldest guy in pubs.

Stroll over to the flowing tide so, like mothers milk it is.


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Mullet 2 wrote:
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I'd need the driver to get to Mulligan's

Last time I was there, it was full of poseurs, and I was the oldest fellow there.


Get used to being the oldest guy in pubs.

Stroll over to the flowing tide so, like mothers milk it is.


I love the Flowing Tide. That's my Croker pub.

They do a "craft beer" which must be just slops from last night mixed in a bath tub but the hipsters love it.


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Five Guys is shite lads.

What's the craic with Southsiders ffs.


Massive portion sizes though and free refills. What's not to like?


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Leinsterman wrote:
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Five Guys is shite lads.

What's the craic with Southsiders ffs.


Massive portion sizes though and free refills. What's not to like?


Five guys in the states is savage


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PostPosted: Wed May 15, 2019 7:26 pm 
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Best pint is the Confession Box


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camroc1 wrote:
ZappaMan wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
ZappaMan wrote:
I like D&H but it isn't within an asses roar of best pub in Ireland.

Who votes - Dublin based Journos ?

That's the reason why.

I could hit a soft pitching wedge to two better pubs from the front door of D&H.

O' Donohues and Toners ?

Both have added huge beer gardens on recently, which attracts a different clientele, although nothing beats afternoon pints in Toners, and I'm old enough to remember being locked-in during Holy Hour !


Toners is like a tale of two pubs - old man bar at the front, massive beer garden full of 20-somethings out the back


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CM11 wrote:
Best pub is very subjective, tbf.


No it ain’t, here is the list

1. O’Briens
2. Smyths
3. Kennedy’s
4. Birchalls
5. O’Neills Pearse Street
6. Toner’s
7. Neary’s upstairs


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Duff Paddy wrote:
CM11 wrote:
Best pub is very subjective, tbf.


No it ain’t, here is the list

1. O’Briens
2. Smyths
3. Kennedy’s
4. Birchalls
5. O’Neills Pearse Street
6. Toner’s
7. Neary’s upstairs

Stick Hartigans in for O'Neills and you've nailed it.


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Ate in The Lucky Duck last night, and enjoyed it.

Also had a few pints in the renovated Ryans of Camden Street. Lots of hipsters.

Ate in the Donnybrook (Madigans that was) after the Leinster SF a couple of weeks ago and it is really a very good local restaurant indeed. Will be using it more regularly on match day next season.


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camroc1 wrote:
Ate in The Lucky Duck last night, and enjoyed it.

Also had a few pints in the renovated Ryans of Camden Street. Lots of hipsters.

Ate in the Donnybrook (Madigans that was) after the Leinster SF a couple of weeks ago and it is really a very good local restaurant indeed. Will be using it more regularly on match day next season.


Did I hear correctly that the O'Connell family bought it back?


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CM11 wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
Ate in The Lucky Duck last night, and enjoyed it.

Also had a few pints in the renovated Ryans of Camden Street. Lots of hipsters.

Ate in the Donnybrook (Madigans that was) after the Leinster SF a couple of weeks ago and it is really a very good local restaurant indeed. Will be using it more regularly on match day next season.


Did I hear correctly that the O'Connell family bought it back?


I thought that the Madigan family still owned the pub and Tom O'Connell was just leasing ?

In any event Oliver Dunne of Bon Appetit in Malahide and others is running it now.


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camroc1 wrote:
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Ate in The Lucky Duck last night, and enjoyed it.

Also had a few pints in the renovated Ryans of Camden Street. Lots of hipsters.

Ate in the Donnybrook (Madigans that was) after the Leinster SF a couple of weeks ago and it is really a very good local restaurant indeed. Will be using it more regularly on match day next season.


Did I hear correctly that the O'Connell family bought it back?


I thought that the Madigan family still owned the pub and Tom O'Connell was just leasing ?

In any event Oliver Dunne of Bon Appetit in Malahide and others is running it now.


Ok, I guess my question should have been leased it back but you've answered that question.


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Zaytoon opening in what was the old Spar in Ranelagh.


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Ranelagh really is restaurantville now.

Liberties is rail Dublin publand and insufferable hipster coffee houses.


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iarmhiman wrote:
Ranelagh really is restaurantville now.

Liberties is rail Dublin publand and insufferable hipster coffee houses.

Is being gentrified before your very eyes.


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camroc1 wrote:
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Ranelagh really is restaurantville now.

Liberties is rail Dublin publand and insufferable hipster coffee houses.

Is being gentrified before your very eyes.


Cant happen soon enough. I work off Thomas Street. The sooner the walking dead get f*cking turfed out of there the better.


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iarmhiman wrote:
Ranelagh really is restaurantville now.

Liberties is rail Dublin publand and insufferable hipster coffee houses.

Is being gentrified before your very eyes.


Cant happen soon enough. I work off Thomas Street. The sooner the walking dead get f*cking turfed out of there the better.


They're a real problem especially outside the Lidl on Thomas St. It gets worse we you head down to James St where all the homeless hostels are


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Ate in The Fish Shack on Parliament Street on Saturday night. And very nice it was as well.

Temple Bar on a Saturday night is a very strange and crowded place indeed.


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Beaufield mews in Mickey mairbh was very nice for a relatives birthday lunch on Saturday.
Somewhere nice near Glendalough for lunch tomorrow please.


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Going to kd lang in the NCH tomorrow night. Any suggestions for a pre concert dinner venue would be most welcome. Mrs L has suggested The Unicorn for reasons of nostalgia, so I’d appreciate any thoughts on what it’s like now.


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Haven't been in the Unicorn since the "Bang Boys" were running it.

Georgio Casari is also gone and owns/runs Gigi in Ranelagh.

The Coburg, in The Conrad across the road, whilst not cheap, serves good food, and are good at making sure you're not waiting if you're going to the NCH across the road, without rushing you either, if you know what I mean.


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The new high end restaurant in the cliff at Lyons is the best restaurant in the country, wipes the floor with Gilbauds


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Lenny wrote:
Going to kd lang in the NCH tomorrow night. Any suggestions for a pre concert dinner venue would be most welcome. Mrs L has suggested The Unicorn for reasons of nostalgia, so I’d appreciate any thoughts on what it’s like now.


Walk further down to Etto


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We’re staying in Stauntons so the Conrad would be a good pick. Will have a look.


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Duff Paddy wrote:
Lenny wrote:
Going to kd lang in the NCH tomorrow night. Any suggestions for a pre concert dinner venue would be most welcome. Mrs L has suggested The Unicorn for reasons of nostalgia, so I’d appreciate any thoughts on what it’s like now.


Walk further down to Etto


Only been there once but it was fantastic.


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Looking for recommendations near Herbert Park for dinner on Sunday lads. Only in Ireland for three, maybe four days, and have to meet the inlaws at least once.


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Ravi's kitchen is a good Indian in that area.

Lobster Pot is very old school and quite expensive but the fish is delicious

Rolys is an option as well


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