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Celebrating over 250 years in business. Established in 1766 this shrine to antiquity is one of Dublin's oldest, most beautiful and best loved pubs, abundant in traditional charm and exuding genuine Victorian originality, the interior dates from...more
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Pre-drink venue before going to restaurant. Very authentic, relaxed atmosphere. Was recommended by taxi driver who picked us up at airport as an alternative to the touristy pubs. Would definitely go again.
The Long Hall is my favourite pub in Dublin.
It has not changed since the first time I walked in over forty years ago. It is traditional in the genuine sense and kept in great condition. It is like stepping back in time. It is...More
We went here during a slow time and nearly had the place to ourselves. The decor is stunning and makes you want to linger over your Guinness. A friendly regular chatted with us for 45 minutes and shared stories of Dublin. Places like this are...More
It's called "long" because it goes WAY back, the bar is old, characterful, and really good. Bar staff are traditional and remember orders and the place is noisy with chat, not music. Happy evenings spent here.
This is the quintessential traditional Irish pub. Locals, tourists, locals bringing tourists. It's a little loud in a very good way. If you visit two or three pubs in Dublin, this would clearly be on the list.
It was the outside of the building that drew me in.
So nicely painted, I found myself just staring at the outside of the building while passing it.
Did this twice and decided to go in an check it out. Discovered it been around for...More
Sunday evening, waliking past and i couldnt help but notice the attractive building. Looked inside... packed. Always a good sign. The place was beautifully warm on a cool Dublin evening. Never going to order a chardonnay here so Guinness it was. Perfectly poured. Great place...More
Pricing is fair and reasonable given quality of premises and level of service.
€5.20 for a pint of Guinness which the pub is renowned for having a great pint.
No live music but rather the music of conversation!
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They don't serve food, if you're looking for a snack crisps and peanuts only. The Market Bar on nearby Fade St. serves food portions are large. There are at least 15 different restaurants on George's St if you really want... More
They don't serve food, if you're looking for a snack crisps and peanuts only. The Market Bar on nearby Fade St. serves food portions are large. There are at least 15 different restaurants on George's St if you really want food