The Dark Horse - Dublin
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A proud member of the Galway Bay Brewery clan, The Dark Horse is the place for real food and artisan beers in the southern suburbs of Dublin. It may be slightly off the beaten path in Blackrock, but it's well worth a visit if you're in the neighbourhood.
The Dark Horse sources the best hand crafted and small batch beers from around the world - some of which are not currently available anywhere else in Ireland. There's also a well-stocked off licence if you want to grab and go.
Choose from fresh, delicious options for lunch and dinner daily, plus there's a huge range of imported and local bottled beers.
If you're visiting in the summer, you can enjoy your brew in the sunny beer garden out front. Check out the Friday BBQ - meaty goodness, tasty beers and great music in the garden are the perfect beginning to any warm-weather weekend.
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