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The Brazen Head

The Brazen Head has a doughty accolade to its name: it is officially Ireland’s oldest pub, dating back to the end of the 12th century. Built from sturdy masoned stone, the interior plays up to its Medieval heritage while maintaining a warmth and modernity native to any good pub. As well as a cheerful interior, for the summers an attractively decorated beer garden courtyard keeps guests joyful under the sun. House favourites like beef & Guinness stew and the sizzling glazed loin of bacon accompany traditional favourites like bangers and mash.

The Brazen Head's Medieval fashioned exterior and entrance

Entertainment is frequent, with local guitarists and fiddlers often performing on weekends to imbue a real atmosphere of Irish hospitality, while storytelling evenings confer mystique and suspense as you enjoy your meal. The superb location a short ways up from Temple Bar near the Post Office on the River Liffey make this pub a great stop off during afternoons or evenings. Patrons rate The Brazen Head highly for its lovely, charming staff, its commitment to authenticity, and its menu’s all-round tastiness.

The Brazen Head's traditional rendition of bangers and mash

Address: The Brazen Head, 19/20 Lower Bridge Street, Dublin 8, D08 WC64, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 677 9549
Email: info@brazenhead.com
Website: http://www.brazenhead.com/