The Brazen Head, Dublin

About The Brazen Head, Dublin

The Brazen Head, Dublin - Address, Phone Number

Address: 20 Bridge Street Lower, Dublin 8, Ireland Dublin

Phone: +353-16779549

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 11:59 pm Details

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The Brazen Head is the oldest pub in the city of Dublin. There’s a bar and a whole lot of entertainment that fills the club attracting a lot of youngsters and tourists each year. If you want to get familiar with the nightlife of the city, this club is a good way to start with. The staff is very friendly, the bartenders are skilled and the service is exceptionally good at The Brazen Head.

The Brazen Head Information

  • The menu is reasonably priced.
  • Evening hours are recommended for the visit.

The Brazen Head Ticket Prices

  • Prices may vary. Check the official website for the detail.

How To reach The Brazen Head by Public Transport

  • Nearby bus stops: Merchant's Quay ,James's Gate, Ushers Quay.

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  • Me and a few friends travelled to Ireland for a week abroad. One of the places that came highly recommended was The Brazen Head. We were impressed by the character of the pub and the awesome atmosphere inside. Our accolades don’t end there, however. We ordered fish and chips, Guinness beef stew, Irish stew, and the tavern burger. All of the food was phenomenal and I absolutely recommend this quaint pub to anyone who might be visiting in the area. Definitely deserves all five stars.

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  • The oldest pub in Dublin they say. It's a berry good place to socialize with your friends. There's a few rooms where you can self seat. My friends and I went into a room full of police and fire department patches. Very nice decors. However, service is a little slow because it's so busy. Food is tasty and has a decent amount of beer selections.

  • Dublin's oldest bar has a quaint setting with a good food and a more than adequate beer selection. I highly recommend this bar to anyone traveling through this area. This place has a novelty and gets rather crowded in the evening

  • Brazen Head is one of those pubs that simply a 'must-visit' location if on holiday in Dublin. It's incredibly old, full of history, and a beautiful place to have a pint of Guinness (or your other favorite brew). We stopped in after visiting Guinness and am glad we did. It's relaxing and the vibe is wonderful. The food was only 'OK' but I never felt that was the focus anyhow. Go enjoy a great pint or two and take it in. Cheers.

  • Nice place, but it does tend to attract tourists with its story telling. You can find good beer and the food is quite good. Had a very good salad with Salmon. Fish and chips was good and a friend had some very delicious mussels. This place gets very full on a Saturday night.

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