Five of the Best Bars to Watch the All Ireland Final in Dublin
One of the country’s biggest sports events will take place this Sunday 17th of September, the All Ireland Final, which will see Dublin battling it up against Mayo. GAA fans in Dublin have plenty of options regarding where to go and watch the big game, we have rounded up five of our favourites below…
One of Dublin’s best bars to watch sports is surely one of the top choices for this Sunday. Its huge screen and spacious beer garden is always filled with great energy on big game days, and there are also numerous screens in their lively indoors area so you won’t miss a second.
Where: Cathal Brugha St, Dublin 1, Ireland
More information: thelivingroom.ie
This new pub is The Living Room’s younger brother and just like its big bro, it loves a GAA match. Enjoy a pint of craft beer and grab a chair by one of their strategically located screens ideal to watch comfortably. Peckish? They’ve a Pitt Bross BBQ stall in the back area so get a burger or nachos to fuel your fun.
Where: 87 Lower Camden Street, Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2
More information: facebook.com/jimmyrabbittes
With 20 screens including a 20 foot monster screen, your eyes won’t be apart from the game for a second. Its stadium style seating will make it even more perfect for the All Ireland final watching. Mayo fan? On the eve of the event, September 16th, you can be in your element as the bar will host an event along with the Mayo Association Dublin starting at 8:00 pm.
Where: 60 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2
More information: dtwonightclub.com
This pub has a state-of-the-art audiovisual system and 14 large screens for GAA watching perfection. Unrivalled atmosphere and plenty of space are complemented by a top notch menu filled with pub favourites and of course, a great pint!
Where: South King Street, Dublin 2
More information: sinnotts.ie
This traditional Irish pub truly comes to life during match days, when sports fans gather here knowing they’ll be treated to great craic. Expect an expertly poured pint of Guinness, plenty of space, screens and projectors so you won’t miss a second whether watching from their lounge or the bar area.
Where: 132 Lower Drumcondra Rd, Dublin
More information: kennedysdrumcondra.ie
Gabriela’s passion for writing is only matched by her love for food and wine. Journalist, confectioner and sommelier, she fell in love with Ireland years ago and moved from Venezuela to Dublin in 2014.
Since then, she has written about and worked in the local food scene, and she’s determined to discover and share the different traditions, flavours and places that have led Irish food and drink to fascinate her.