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Old-school pub dating from from 1833 with a weathered wooden bar, plus home-cooked meals.- Google
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4 months ago
Fantastic restaurant & pub! Simply the best Guinness in all of Ireland. Spoke with Ciaran Kavanaugh and it was a true pleasure to hear the history there. We got there at closing time and thought we wouldn't get anything, but he "threw together" a fantastic set of dishes that really were terrific! Couldn't have asked for more, highly recommended if you're anywhere near the Dublin area
11 months ago
Long time since being there. Very happy memories. Great to see rhey never changed the , it always had an athmosphire of it's own
Thomas John Kenny
a year ago
Another pub I used go to with mates while studying in Dublin in 2010. The Grave Diggers is old school. Staff are friendly and the Guinness is superb. Would recommend dropping by if in in the area.
4 years ago
Off the beaten track. On a sunny day, you can sit outside by the graveyard. Inside feels like it could be in the set for Angela's Ashes (the pub actually does feature in James Joyce's Ulysses for what it's worth). Round the corner from the botanical gardens. Go squirrel spotting, then out for pints!
2 years ago
Nestled in under the shadows of Daniel O'Connell's grave at Glasnevin Cemetery you'll be hard pressed to find a better tasting Guinness in all the land. Rumour has it the Guinness Quality team are here thrice weekly ensuring optimum standrads are met and kept ensuring you a prefect pint every time. I aven't been let down yet.