Drink at Dublin's oldest pubDublin, Ireland
Dating back to 1198, the Brazen Head is reputed to be Dublin’s oldest pub and one of the best for live tunes. Kick back next to a flaming open fire, with a pint of Guinness and tuck into one of the hearty meals in any of the pub's three rooms.
During the warmer months you can soak it all up in the cobbled-stoned beer garden, or you can always huddle up under a gas heater and muse over the locals who used to haunt here. Rumour has it that this is where the Irish rebel Robert Emmet planned his uprising.
The Brazen Head has an extensive collection of Irish whiskies, Guinness, gins and vodkas from around the world, as well as a selection of wines, and a fully stocked bar. There's traditional Irish music to warm the cockles of your heart and a fine selection of trad Irish food on offer. Try the Irish stew, bangers and mash or if you really want authentic Irish fare go for the Clonakilty Black Pudding Salad.
- Having a Guinness in Dublin’s oldest pub
- Jigging along to the sounds of traditional Irish music and story telling
- While you’re in the area, stumble over to the Christchurch Cathedral, The Guinness Storehouse and The Jameson Distillery
- The extensive collection of Irish whiskies, numerous gins and vodkas from around the world, a selection of wines, and a fully stocked bar
- Don’t like Guinness? There’s much more to this Irish pub to enjoy