The Two Sisters - Dublin
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Directions to The Two Sisters
Welcome to 'The Pub At The Hub' - The Two Sisters is at the centre of the community the way pubs used to be: a traditional, family-run affair. This type of establishment may be a dying breed these days, but inside the cosy, busy Two Sisters the spirit of the neighbourhood pub is alive and thriving.
Yes, Terenure is off the beaten track if you're staying in the city centre, but The Two Sisters is well worth tracking down if you're in the locale, perhaps following one of the numerous rugby matches in the area (or passing through on the way to or from the Dublin Mountains).
The Two Sisters offers a choice of atmosphere - the classic 'Public Bar' (enlivened by the buzz of conversation and banter, with sport as a major attraction) or the comfortable 'Lounge' (a pleasantly decorated, family-friendly space with excellent food). Whether you end up in the Bar or Lounge (or both), you'll see a real pub in action - full of a diverse mix of chatty locals - and you'll encounter helpful staff who'll greet you as if you're a local yourself.
The fresh, delicious food in the Lounge is home cooked to order. A Carvery is served from 12.30 until 3pm Monday-Friday and until 6pm Sundays (a family favourite), and the À La Carte Menu is served at all other times until 9pm. We love the Thai Green Curry - and the naughty homemade desserts. If you want to see what traditional 'Dublin Coddle' is all about, this is the place - die-hard coddle connoisseurs visit The Two Sisters from noon onwards each Saturday to sample this local delicacy. And as you'd expect in such a family-orientated environment, there's also a Kids Menu, plus a toy box to keep restless little ones occupied whilst parents relax and enjoy their meals.
The Two Sisters hosts regular Event Nights on holidays, live music in the Lounge on the last Friday of the month, and Tapas Tuesdays from 5-9pm each week with a live flamenco guitarist from 7-9pm (we're quite partial to the Ensalada de Tomate y Chorizo ourselves).
Firmly established as a meeting place for residents of the local suburbs and surrounding areas for over 50 years now, The Two Sisters is always looking for ways to make customers feel at ease and well looked after. You may only be visiting for a short while, but it'll feel like home in no time.
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