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10 Of The Best Beer Gardens For A Cold One In Dublin

10 Of The Best Beer Gardens For A Cold One In Dublin

Sun's out! Here are the best beer gardens in Dublin

Temperatures are set to soar to 23 degrees for this 4 day weekend. So how better to enjoy the warm weather than with a cold pint. We have trailed and tested each beer garden to give you the list of the 12 best places to enjoy a cold beer while basking in the sun.

The Barge

Where: 42 Charlemont Street, Dublin 2.

Why: Not so much a beer garden, more a common destination where people bring their beer. On a sunny day, it's the first port of call. Sit along the canal with your bag of cans and take in the atmosphere.

 

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The Bernard Shaw

Where:  11-12 South Richmond Street, Dublin 2

Why: The Bernard Shaw has one of, if not the best beer garden in Dublin. There's a blue bus which serves delicious pizzas and Eatyard next door is a foodies dream with the best selection of street food vendors.

 

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Heya sun, it’s been a while x

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No Name Bar

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Where: 3 Fade St, Dublin

Why: The imaginatively titled No Name Bar is always a reliable choice as a starting point for meeting friends or for day time drinks. The beer garden is more of a haven for smokers than those who enjoy the fresh air of a beer garden, nevertheless, it makes the list.

 

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Vita da bar #sunday #noname #Dublin

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The Pav

Where: Why, Trinity College, of course

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Why: How could we have a beer garden list and not mention the best beer banter of all. You can grab your four pack of Prazsky for a tenner, lay in the grass and soak in the surroundings of Ireland's most prestigious college. May it live long and prosper.

 

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The Blackbird

Where: 82-84 Rathmines Rd Lower, Rathmines, Dublin 6

Why: The perfect spot for some day time drinking, the Blackbird has it all, a large beer garden, board games, great alternative music, atmospheric candlelight, any beer and a pizza for €12.50 and free crisps.

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Wigwam

Where: 54 Middle Abbey St,

Why: Based on the north side of the city, Wigam's rooftop terrace offers a small taste of the outdoors.

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O’Donoghues

Where: 15 Merrion Row, Dublin 2

Why: The renowned traditional Irish Bar has an outdoor seating area perfect for all year round.

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House

Where: 27 Leeson Street Lower, Dublin 2

Why: House bar has a trendy outdoorsy feel with an exquisite selection of Gins and cocktails. If you are looking for something a bit more upmarket than a bag of cans then House is the place for you.

 

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The Belfry

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Where: 37 Stoneybatter, Dublin, D07

Why: Situated in the trendy Stoneybatter, The Belfry has a small beer garden that's a sun trap on a nice day. You can enjoy cold beers and wood-fired pizza, all while soaking up the sun.

The Bath

Where: 26 Bath Ave, Dublin 4

Why: The Bath is a quaint and charming traditional Irish pub with a range of premium craft beers and a superb cocktail list. It's the ideal spot for a quite drink.

 

 

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