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O'Neills Bar and Restaurant
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South-East Inner City Dublin
+353 1 679
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Sprawling venue with maze-like layout including a rooftop beer garden, carvery and antique fittings.- Google
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Davide Pusceddu
in the last week
Great example of Irish pub. Love the mood. Love the cozy place. Wood allover the place and soft light.
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Mark Graham
5 months ago
If you are looking for a well run popular bar then you will enjoy this place. There are different kinds of pub/bar, this one is not a 'Gastro' pub, its a proper pub with lots of atmosphere! My wife and I liked this place , and everyone else seemed to be having a good time. Firstly, it is really big with a large number of sprawling rooms, so there are going to be a lot of people. Good atmosphere with music or live sports on the TV's. It has a great range of beer, there were loads on offer, including about 5 different Irish stouts. The food was mainly a carvery, with a large array of choices. I really enjoyed the Irish Stew.
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Jas Davies
2 weeks ago
Just eaten breakfast here is was fab... Me and my mum shared our breakfast because everything on the menu looked good. Lovely Irish bar definitely will be comeing back for a evening drink xx
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Jeff Carr
7 months ago
We heard good things about this place but we found it to be expensive and mediocre buffet food. There are better options elsewhere in the city.
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Morgen Wowchuk
3 months ago
Went for the food after reading all the good reviews, we to the "carvery" instead of a la carte and that was a huge mistake all the food was old, and completely flavour less I don't know if the chef knows what salt is or that it's used to flavour food! I had the shepherds pie, the potatoes were dryed out again no flavour, it was only warm on the inside (I'll let this slide because it was on a hot line) but honestly no flavour, roast potatoes dry no flavour. Cabbage tastes boiled again no flavour and same goes for the mashed potatoes and carrots, and it was all expensive! I should have ordered a la carte but from what I tasted I doubt it would be much better... I won't go back... Unless for a beer because the bar is actually quite nice.
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Richard Donnelly
7 months ago
DON'T go for the food. It's a really bad "carvery" which essentially means a steam table buffet line. I had the roast beef, and it was a horribly overcooked piece of leather. My brother tried the cod, and it was literally inedible. It actually smelled like it was old spoiled fish. The veg and potatoes weren't even worth eating. The food aside, the atmosphere is great. If you're looking for a larger Irish pub, with lots of activity and hidden corners to hide in, this is the place. Live music started around 9:30 PM. I'd go back for pint, but I'd eat elsewhere.
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donal omahony
8 months ago
One of those 'must visit' places whenever I'm in Dublin. I love the cosy welcome feeling (as a solo tourist), the great choice of drinks and the delicious food that's always hot and tasty. One of my Top 5 'destinations' in Dublin.
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Stefan Stark
7 months ago
A huge pub with a lot of small intimate corners, good food and real Irish atmosphere. Not as expensive as other pubs in the area.