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The Celt Pub (Dublin)

The Celt Pub works hard to keep traditional hospitality alive in central Dublin. Its walls are heavily adorned by pictures, tokens and memorabilia of Dublin and wider Eire’s past couple of centuries. Light lunches of sandwiches and full-on main courses like Irish stew are offered throughout the day, while entertainment in the form of folk music is a nightly event. The beautifully prepared pub fare, from scallops to burgers to fish and chips, settle and satiate patrons in the homely atmosphere ideal for craic.

The Celt Pub, Dublin's front entrance

The staff at The Celt have tons of experience in hospitality, keeping guests happy and relaxed throughout their time inside. A lively crowd, forever a mixture of local Dubliners and visitors, converse and enjoy the atmosphere. Whether you want to stay for long or just pop in for a quick Guinness, the Celt’s location a quick stroll north of the Liffey means you’re able to carry on with your Dublin sojourns with ease. Small wonder that feedback about the venue consists of high praise and appreciation.

Good old-fashioned meat and potato stew in The Celt Pub, Dublin

Address: The Celt, 81 Talbot Street, Dublin 1, D01 YK51, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 704 0126
Website: http://www.belvederehoteldublin.com/