This pub has a lot of charm and character, the beer is kept very well and is of good quality. The only thing to say was the music was a bit loud for a lazy conversational afternoon, so we ended up in the smoking area.
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Most pleasant and witty waiters, perfect Irish food. I recommend to seat in the front hall if you want to hear music which is definitely worth hearing.
The Celt is perfect if you're looking for a busy Irish pub serving up Guinness and live music. My friends and I frequented the Celt throughout our two months in Dublin and every night we went, the musician could play whatever we requested. Get ready...More
We tried many pubs in Dublin, the Celt is a better one with Fish and chip and gelicios lamb stew! We wish we could hear some live Irish music
Really great little pub with a fantastic atmosphere and real Irish pub vibe. Food was fantastic we had the stew, bangers and mash and marinated bacon and all dishes were made with yummy fresh ingredients. They had great flavours and really down to earth, home...More
We found this pub by accident as it was close to our B&B. What a great find! The live music (9:30- until you drop) was fantastic because the musicians were "into what they were doing" and the sound system perfect for that pub. Don't go...More
This place had a great feel for a genuine Irish experience - not very touristy, great music (live bands/singers), candle lit, just a really lovely evening for my boyfriend and I who were in Dublin for our first time. Felt way more authentic than some...More
I went for a drink and food here and it was nice to have traditional tunes with a live singer as we ate. Lots of tourists as expected but also lots of locals due to the location