Ordered our first pints at this bar. We also go the seafood chowder and fish & chips. Both were good, but as the week went on, we realized they weren't the best Dublin had to offer.
Worst place we've been to. So many more wonderful places and wait staff to experience. We felt we weren't worth giving the time of day to and one of the guys was the manager! We're from the pacific northwest in usa where brewing is well established. They had a great opportunity to show off their brews, but even after our... More
The bar staff here must get fed up having to explain to tourists that they do not sell Guiness - those who stay and sample the Plain Porter are the fortunate ones. This is the beer that could turn me into a real ale geek!
House beers on draught: three stouts, three ales, and three lagers. Their 3.7% TSP was on cask, pouring a clear deep dark amber color with a lasting fine-bubble white head, medium mouthfeel, an even dry/sweet malty flavor and late dry finish with subtle hop flavors throughout. Too early for the live music, instead I enjoyed the ambiance. Free WiFi was... More
Really enjoyed this spot- made it there twice on my trip to Dublin. The staff is super friendly and knowledgable. They have an awesome selection of beers including beers brewed specially for Porterhouse. I went once in the middle of the day for a snack and a pint and the other time at night during a pub crawl. It was... More
Had a beer sampler and the cheese and meat board that was fantastic. Friends had the porterhouse burger which was big enough for them to share. Definitely recomend eating here!
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