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Porterhouse (Temple Bar)

Those heading to The Porterhouse in Temple Bar to dine won’t regret it: in the heat of the action, this pub restaurant gives patrons the chance to soak up the great atmosphere characteristic of Dublin’s premier nightlife district. The bar opened over 20 years ago as the first ever pub in Ireland that was also a brewery – its launch attracted great attention, given that its beer was among the least travelled in the country. Drinkers and diners alike flocked to the Porterhouse, which as an ale brand been going strong ever since.

A foaming pint of Guinness at The Porterhouse Bar, Dublin

The menu is comprised of dishes purposely selected to pair nicely with a good pint. As such, we’ve juicy steaks chargrilled to utmost perfection, tasty cheeseboards and salmon fillets, plus succulent oysters in butter . Lighter options, like Caesar salads and baked chicken fillets, are also available. The service is impeccable, with staff passionate about the food and beers they themselves craft. The frequent live musical entertainments and commitment to traditional authenticity has made The Porterhouse in Temple Bar a great place to stop off for a drink or a meal.

Raucous, traditional live entertainment in The Porterhouse, Dublin

Address: The Porterhouse Temple Bar, 16-18 Parliament Street, Dublin 2, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 679 8847
Email: phtemplebar@theporterhouse.ie
Website: http://www.theporterhouse.ie/