The Stag's Head, Dublin
About The Stag's Head, Dublin
The Stag's Head, Dublin - Address, Phone Number
Address: 1 Dame Court, Dublin 2, Ireland
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:30 am - 11:59 pm Details
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Established sometime in the 1780s, the Stag’s head is a traditional Irish Pub. One of Dublin’s best preserved Victorian pubs, the interiors will leave you in awe- with Victorian mahogany fittings, granite tabletops, a red marble bar-top and mosaic marble tiled floors. Apart from serving great concoctions, the pub also offers whiskey tastings, live comedy shows, live Irish music shows and delicious snacks and soups to accompany it all.
How To reach The Stag's Head by Public Transport
- South George's Street bus stop.
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Went to the stags head for the first time with my partner last night. Great pub and atmosphere. However the one aspect I really enjoyed was how accommodating the staff were, in particular a staff member called Brendan. He was extremely helpful and pleasant to deal with and an asset to the stags head. he made the experience very enjoyable and because of him I will be recommending this bar to friends and family.
Delicious traditional Irish food. The Guinness stew was hearty and filling. Their burgers where delicious. Even tough it was only 5 30pm it was already packed and the staff didn't seem to be able to cope. We waited about 15 minutes to be served and waited about 20 minutes for staff to go near our table after we were done
The atmosphere is fantastic here, just like all the great pubs in Dublin. The food was great, but nothing unique to the pub individually. Great dinner food, but ends at 6pm so don't expect to go there for a late dinner. I'd absolutely recommend but not necessarily a must-see place.
Perfect for both local people and tourists. Forget about Temple Bar: if you want a good pint of Guinness at a good price (€5.20) go here. Also has live events like music and theatre.
Cool atmosphere! Traditional Irish bar with a bunch of interesting nooks and crannies. They also host events from time to time, like comedians and live music. Drinks are a little pricey.
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