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8 Poolbeg St
Dublin City, Ireland

 (01) 677 5582

9 mentions on Trippy

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Here's what Trippy members say about Mulligan's:

"It's very small so book ahead for dinner and allow time to taste the Guinness beforehand in Mulligan's next door."  See More

"I love Dick Macks Pub in Dingle, Mulligan's in Poolbeg St."  See More

"There are some really good pubs a little off the beaten path, where you will for sure meet Dublin people: Grogan's The Palace Bar Mulligan's are great places to go for Guinness and a chat."  See More

"My favourite bars in Dublin centre are Mulligan's Grogan's The Palace Bar and The Front Lounge."  See More

"About 5 minutes walk from the front gate of Trinity College is a street called Poolbeg Street - drop into Mulligan's for an aperitif, then pop next door to Viking Kitchen restaurant for dinner."  See More

"Some of my favourite pubs for ambience are: The Palace Bar Mulligan's Grogan's O'Donoghue's Pub The Front Lounge Kehoe's or take the DART train to Dalkey and have a pint or an Irish Coffee in Finnegan's of Dalkey after walking on Killiney Hill or Vico Rd You might meet Bono - it's his local!"  See More

"Hi Ben, That sounds like fun! The Guinness storehouse is at James' Gate, 20mins walk along the quays - why not give the contestants a basic Leap card which is valid on all public transport? That way they could travel to Guinness Storehouse, Smithfield (Jameson Distillery) or Collins Barracks on the Luas (tram) in just a few minutes. I would also send a group to the Famine statues (see below) and World Poverty stone on Custom House Quay There is also a full size replica of a famine ship nearby called the Jeannie Johnston (open for tours) The Oscar Wilde Monument on Merrion square is also pretty cool. The Little Museum of Dublin has a lot of U2 memorabilia. Trinity College has some interesting artefacts in the grounds, like: !"  See More

"I like The Palace Bar Grogan's Mulligan's or try O'Donoghue's Pub for music."  See More

"Visit a good Irish pub like Grogan's or Mulligan's and listen to life stories as you sip a perfectly poured Guinness."  See More

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