The oldest pub in Dublin is well worth a visit, if only for a drink or two. It's fairly expensive, as are most places in Dublin, but the atmosphere and sense of history make up for this. Don't be put off by the odd exterior (they seem to have built a modern façade that almost ruins the outside) however, once you step through the archway into the cobbled courtyard and head into the charmingly small pub, you forget that you're in the middle of Dublin. Came here for the Food, Folklore and Fairies event, definitely worth a visit.
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