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15 Merrion Row, Dublin, , Ireland

When Paddy and Maureen O’Donoghue opened this bar in 1934, they invited local musicians to perform each night. Considered to be the birthplace of the popular group, The Dubliners, O’Donoghue’s maintains its nightly musical tradition. While the bands play in the usually crowded, wood-paneled bar area, pints and traditional pub fare, such as ham and cheese rolls, are also served on the more spacious, heated patio. A small number of rooms are available for overnight accommodations.

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O’Donoghues

When Paddy and Maureen O’Donoghue opened this bar in 1934, they invited local musicians to perform each night. Considered to be the birthplace of the popular group, The Dubliners, O’Donoghue’s maintains its nightly musical tradition. While the bands play in the usually crowded, wood-paneled bar area, pints and traditional pub fare, such as ham and cheese rolls, are also served on the more spacious, heated patio. A small number of rooms are available for overnight accommodations.