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The Old Storehouse (Dublin)

Visiting The Old Storehouse, you’ll experience the best in Irish hospitality, the place having becoming something of a Temple Bar institution over the years for deftly marrying up great food with a superb bar full of jollity and raucous entertainments. The lovely old brick building, adorned with flower baskets and cast iron lanterns, has an air of invitation. The interior meanwhile does justice to this first impression; everything from old bicycles to photographs to mementos of yesteryear grace the lovely traditional premises.

The glowing, inviting exterior of The Old Storehouse, Dublin

The menu too reflects how people have eaten round Dublin for generations; perennial favourites like Irish sirloin steak, potatoes and gravy, cottage pie and fresh seafood chowder are all offered. Lunches too are present, with sandwiches and wraps offered to those wanting a bite between activities. Perhaps most notably of all are the regular live entertainments; singers, fiddlers and accordionists. Downstairs in O’Flaherty’s bar they regale and impress with their impressive repertoire of Irish folk songs. Be sure to arrive early though – the place is known to fill up with anticipating crowds!

Traditional tasty beef, potatoes and gravy in The Old Storehouse, Dublin

Address: The Old Storehouse, 3 Crown Alley, Dublin 2, D02 CX67, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 607 4003
Email: info@theoldstorehouse.ie
Website: http://theoldstorehouse.ie/