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7 Must-Visit Pub Crawls in Ireland

7 Must-Visit Pub Crawls in Ireland

Nothing says Ireland like a pub. The best part of travel is experiencing what makes a place unique – the authentic food, drink or culture of place, the places filled with local history. In Ireland, that means a traditional pub. There’s whiskey, beer, the possibility of live music – and lots of local stories. Let’s grab a beer, shall we? Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

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The Stags Head, Dublin City

The Stag’s Head, is a truly historic Irish pub, located a stone’s throw from busy Grafton Street. This is a gorgeous traditional pub with loads of tales to tell. So find a seat – or a lean – and order a pint. The place is known for Guinness, excellent fish and chips and a friendly, professional staff.

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

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O’Riada’s, Kilkenny

This place is tiny and a true local hangout, dubbed by one guide book as the “place your Irish grandfather would go” There are local announcements stuck up on the walls, and a friendly, relaxed staff. As you would expect, the Guinness is exceptional.

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

Shadowgate

Gus O’Connor’s, Doolin

Doolin is one of the most famous towns in the world for listening to good traditional Irish music and you couldn’t get a better selection of musicians than in Gus O’Connor’s Pub, first established in 1832. The menu is full of traditional local food. Try the Beef and Guinness stew!

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

Gus O’Connor’s Pub Doolin

Louie’s Backyard and Bar

Louie’s is a less traditional-looking bar with a less traditional-sounding name. Its chic, and great for watching sports. The bar opened in 2008 in a former Bank of Ireland branch. There are 5 plasma screen TVs, and is definitely the place to be when a match starts!

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

Left Bank

Moran’s Oyster Cottage, Galway

Do you like seafood? If so, this is the pub for you. Moran’s Oyster Cottage is a 250-year-old thatched cottage, oyster shack and bar. The liquor license (originally obtained in 1760) has been passed down by 7 generations of the Moran family. It briefly went into decline in the 1960s, but once they started serving seafood all that changed. There are oyster-shucking competitions, lots of other great seafood and perfect pints.

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

Moran’s Oyster Cottage

O’Connells, Portobello, Dublin

O’Connells is a great place with a mixed crowd and – on some nights – a karaoke machine. The menu includes wine and prosecco as well as beer, with all the traditional food choices, as well as an all day breakfast menu.

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

O’Connells Bar Dublin

The Local, Dungarvan

The Local opened its doors in 1999 and offers up the best in Irish music. Previously Cooneys Pub, and then an electrical shop, it’s been in the same family since the 1960s. While it was an electrical shop, the owner kept the license renewed each year, which meant, legally, if someone walked in and asked for a pint he was obliged to get it for him! Now its known for food, music and sport!

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

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Will you be traveling to Ireland anytime soon? The beer may just be worth it!

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There's nothing quite like an old-fashioned Irish pub, and the older the better. Here are 7 must-visit pub crawls in Ireland.

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