The Auld Dubliner - Dublin
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Part of The Smith Pub Group (eight distinctive pubs in Dublin), The Auld Dubliner is a traditional tourist mainstay right in the middle of Temple Bar.
Mellow during the day, The Auld Dub becomes lively and vibrant at night as Temple Bar gets up to speed. Even when it's hopping downstairs, it's still fairly chilled out upstairs if you crave a proper conversation.
The Auld Dubliner offers a full menu of hot and cold dishes with an emphasis on traditional Irish fare. If you're rolling out of bed and into the pub following a heavy session the night before, along with the 'hair of the dog' you can enjoy their world famous Auld Dub All Day Breakfast.
With regular live music acts appearing and sports on the big screen - plus the food and drink - once you settle in, you might just start believing The Auld Dubliner's 'best little pub' hype.
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