Dingle Pub Crawl

Dingle is a small harbour town on the southwest coast of Ireland, known for its buildings with vibrant colours and as a popular tourist destination. The absence of tall buildings contributes to the town's cosy atmosphere. Fishing is a significant part of life in Dingle, thanks to its bustling harbour, where ships regularly dock to unload their catch from the Atlantic Ocean. When in Dingle, be sure to try some fresh fish dishes, as being close to the ocean ensures the highest quality.

Surrounded by the breathtaking natural beauty of Ireland, Dingle provides a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of larger cities. The town boasts some of the best pubs in Ireland, offering an authentic Irish experience. To truly immerse yourself in the charm of Ireland, a visit to Dingle is a must.

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The Pubs


Foxy John's

Foxy John's is a charming pub with a fireplace and an inviting beer garden that sets the bar apart. This pub truly embodies the charm of an old traditional Irish pub. Adding a unique touch, the pub still features a hardware store. A practice that originated in the 19th century when Irish pubs diversified their offerings due to a decline in spirit sales. Now, with spirits regaining popularity, Foxy John's is the go-to place for them.

Dick Mac's Pub

Dick Mac's is one of the most popular bars in Dingle. Next to the bar, there is a snug where you can sit and enjoy a fine whiskey, with a small window allowing direct communication with the bar staff for placing orders. The pub boasts an extensive selection of whiskeys, all neatly displayed on the shelf behind the bar. Additionally, the pub has its own brewhouse.

Paddy Bawn Brosnan’s

Paddy Bawn Brosnan’s uses a vibrant color palette in the pub, with bright blue and white sections on the walls. In this part of Ireland, winters can get quite cold, which is why most pubs have a lit fireplace. Paddy Bawn Brosnan’s is no exception. So, it is a great place to sit down for a while and enjoy a good drink.

John Benny's Pub

This pub has an unmissable exterior. The bright blue and white colours indicate that you are close to the sea. Inside the bar, a large ship's steering wheel serves as decoration, highlighting the significant role of maritime life in this town. Some decorations even originate from the Museum of Natural History, reflecting the contributions of Michael Long, the former owner of the pub. Outside, you can find a plaque in his honour.

O'Flaherty's Bar

This pub is known for its good pub food and drinks. The pub bears the name of an Irish-Gaelic clan, which is mostly situated in County Galway. The clan has existed since the tenth century. Above the entrance of the pub, you can read the name Uí Fhlaithbheartaigh, which is O’Flaherty's in Irish. As is common in many pubs, this bar also hosts live music events. All in all, O’Flaherty's offers a truly Irish pub experience.

The Dingle Pub

The Dingle pub simply bears the name of the town in which it is situated. There is a reason why it carries this name. In our opinion, it is a must-visit, when you are in Dingle. Furthermore, The bar hosts live music seven days a week. Besides that, the pub has cosy benches and stools where you can sit on and enjoy a great pint.