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Oliver St. John Gogarty's Hostel
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58 Fleet St Dublin 2 Ireland
58 Fleet StreetIEDublinDublin 2
+353 1 671
A Traditional Bar, Restaurant & Hostel in the heart of Temple Bar. Live Music, Late Bar, 7 nights a week.
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En-suite twins to 10-bed dorms in a welcoming hostel with free WiFi, above an Irish music pub.- Google

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Frederick Wright
3 months ago
Tourist alert - this place is a total tourist trap and they don't pretend to be otherwise. And yet, I simply loved it. Spread out over multiple floors, this combination hostel, bar, lounge, music venue, and fine dining restaurant, has something for everyone. Our meal in the fine dining area was truly excellent and reasonably priced. Service may have been a bit brusque but it was efficient, and we were able to descend immediately afterwards down one floor to their music area for some terrific trad music shows.
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Andy Lee
9 months ago
Had dinner in the restaurant on the top floor. The best way I would describe this experience would be "this place has seen better days". While the food wasn't terrible, it was very standard for the price we paid.
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laura garcia
a year ago
Worst key system I've ever seen in hostels. Just one key for the entire bedroom. You have to knock the door even it's 3am and bother your roommates. The kitchen is not full and you can only use until 7pm. Too loud at nights because the night club is by the corner. Expensive fot the bad services they offered.
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David Barkhouse
8 months ago
Great Irish music, food, beer and atmosphere. Didn't stay here so can't comment but for an evenings entertainment it's brilliant.
Linus Van Pelt
6 months ago
Lots of places to choose from in the Temple Bar area of Dublin, but we were drawn in by the sound of live music emanating from this place. The music was entertaining and the food was scrumptious, but not too fancy. Just plane good pub food with friendly service. The place was packed. I had the Irish stew which was delicious nut they had an extensive seafood menu that, had I had another occasion to return would have tried in heartbeat.
Scott Thompson
3 months ago
Food totally terrible. Drink OK. Waited 1 hour after ordering food and was cold and seemed like it was reheated. Tourists please stay away. Total dive. Never again. I am from Dublin and this place is a disgrace.
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Benny Fain
2 months ago
Loved the place, loved the music.
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Jenna Rosenbaum
a year ago
My husband and I just couldn't resist having one more drink on our last night in Ireland, so we stopped into this pub. The atmosphere was great, and there was some really fun live music while we were there. The drinks were delicious, and we had a great time on our last night closing out our time in Ireland!