Irish charm at the The Stag's HeadDublin, Ireland
The Stag's Head is a Dublin landmark with a mood to suit every personality. The main bar is a tribute to tradition: polished mahogany, walnut and ebony, leather chairs, stained glass windows, chandeliers, and dark oak whiskey casks sunk into the walls – from where the eponymous stuffed beast keeps watch.
Barristers, journalists and brokers lunch in the old smoking lounge. While upstairs, students and assorted blow-ins turn it bookish, rowdy and random. This bolthole was the first pub in Ireland with electricity and featured in Educating Rita.
James Joyce, Michael Collins and Quentin Tarantino have all frequented. The latter was turned away for trying to score a sneaky after-hours tipple, but did return the next day for soup.
- The hospitality and charm of the Irish
- The original decor of polished mahogany, walnut and ebony, leather chairs, stained glass windows, and chandeliers
- The extensive library
- Traditional Irish food and music
- Even if you are a teetotaller, you’ll still enjoy the Irish charm. Grab yourself a pot of tea and head for the library