Neary's is a popular post-shopping spot and pre-theatre spot for Dubliners, due to its proximity to Grafton Street and The Gaiety. A traditional pub with wood panelling, brass and plush seats, it's cosy and comfortable. Plus the barmen wear bow ties.
The Cobblestone. A glorious house of ale in the best Dublin tradition, Cobblestone is popular with Smithfield Market workers. Its chatty imbibers and live traditional music are attracting a more varied, younger crowd from all over town.
Established in Doheny & Nesbitt's is a protected structure of Victorian pub architecture. A great buzz on Friday evening as office workers loosen their ties and don't miss on rugby days for electric atmosphere.