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The License of the Bar dates back to 1850. With a seating capacity of just 26 people, you can't help but have a great time and get to know everybody in our cosy pub, with friendly staff and a great atmosphere. No visit to Dublin is complete without...more
Around the corner from the Little Museum of Dublin, is Dawson Lounge on Dawson Street, reputedly the smallest pub in the world. We had to check if that was the case. Merely a red door on the street, down some reasonably steep stairs into the...More
It's claim to fame is that it's the smallest bar on the planet. I don't know if that's true, but it was quite tiny inside, but definitely cozy and comfortable as long as the place isn't too crowded (e.g. 10 max is nice).
I followed a group of 30 or so firefighters in on St. Patrick's Day. What fun to be invited to celebrate with NYC firefighters and their Irish friends! The bartenders kept up with the crowd and were quite merry as well.
We LOVED this tiny pub. It's the smallest pub in Ireland so we just had to go. The bartender was so friendly and nice to chat with. It is super tiny but there weren't a lot of people in there so it didn't feel cramped....More
We visited here on the 15th March only going in for the one.....never only have one! Craic was brilliant even in this very small space.
The Dawson Lounge is well worth a visit, although small big enough! This is a hidden gem. It is down...More
My co-workers insisted that we go to "the smallest pub in Dublin". It definitely was a bit cramped in there. I got the impression that it was a bit of a tourist attraction. Beside the small size, it seemed like any other pub.
It is often said that the Irish are by nature friendly, and this pub and their clientele are the best example of this that you'll find in Dublin.
Love is a very easy term to throw around but I use it here most sincerely, as...More