You’ll receive a great welcome in the convivial surrounds of The Duke pub in Dublin, being as it’s one of the most characteristically Irish bars in the capital. Named for its street, this pub has it all – a fine selection of local stouts, ales and whiskies, bartenders and waiting staff whose passion and friendliness is to plain to see, and an atmosphere which keeps regulars and visitors coming back time and again.
Situated right amid the action in Temple Bar, The Duke is recognisable for its popular street side terrace which gives patrons a cool atmosphere to sip drinks during the hotter months. This family friendly pub also offers a lunch and dinner menu for adults and kids alike, with the Irish stew especially praised as the chef’s signature dish. From a tourist perspective, this pub is perhaps most famous as the starting point of the Dublin Literary Pub Crawl, which ferries tour takers all over the show, its experienced guides pointing out the significance the local watering holes have in popular Irish writing.
|The Duke, 8/9 Duke Street, Dublin 2, D02 NR76, Ireland.
|+353 1 679 9553