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Tim Dolan

Dublin for a day

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Next Tuesday I'll be in Dublin during the day with exactly one priority: get drunk. My youngest brother is getting married in London, and as a gift to us for standing with him, he's taking us to Dublin for the day. So what's the best place in Dublin to knock back as many pints of Guiness as possible?


I would kill everyone in this room for a drop of sweet beer...

Homer Simpson

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Day trip to Dublin?

Careful - these days they might not let you board at the airport if you seem under the weather!

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Depends on what type of place you looking for. A bar were all the beautiful people are, 'enjoy your skinny Mojito sir!’ or a more traditional boozer for a good Guinness or two?

Personally, I’m a big fan of Kehoes off Grafton Street (Kehoes Link).

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bruxelles off grafton street

lily bordellos

o' donoghues on baggot best guinness

the baggot inn on bagot st

doheys and nesbitt on bagot st

foggey dew upper fownes st

the bleeding horse, camden st

stay clear of temple bar, its a rip off and a dump


benimac

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Tim, it would be very difficult to do anything other than get stinking drunk as long as you're dropped smack bang in the middle of Dublin!

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