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Ryans Bar

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Melissa T wrote a review May 2017
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My husband and I are here from the states and just happened to wonder in. The food was out of this world and Elliot and Micheal were extremely knowledgeable about the whiskey! If you visit the whiskey bar downstairs I recommend this two Scottish gentlemen!
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Sabine S wrote a review Apr 2017
Vienna, Austria24 contributions9 helpful votes
Very nice and well managed bar. The music is not too loud and you could watch local football ob TV screens. Besides beer you are offered different kinds oft longdrinks and shots.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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burner180 wrote a review Jan 2017
Dublin, Ireland21 contributions14 helpful votes
When you enter this dark dimly lit pub, your senses are heightened towards the smell of incense. The pub has memorabilia everywhere and even a pool table at the rear. The pub can be best described as being a New York dive bar and traditional Irish Bar. It manages to pull it off and does have a charm depending on when you visit. It's a shame the drinks are so expensive especially when compared to other local pubs.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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MamaK49 wrote a review Oct 2016
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina29 contributions15 helpful votes
Needed a place to eat late lunch, early supper after long flight from USA. Food was great and portions very good for hungry Americans! Servers answered a zillion questions we had as first time travelers to Ireland.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Yasmin W wrote a review Feb 2016
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Our first visit to dublin so popped in for husbands first pint! On a Monday's late afternoon. Old fashion pub step back in time - definitely a locals bar ☺
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Date of experience: February 2016
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