We had to wait quite long until we were served. There service could have been better. There was an unpleasent bar smell in the place. The beer selection is quite large. I like that there are beer suggestions with the food. This means they know a thing or two about beer and they like beer. A putty one of the beers of our choice wasn’t available. However, the waiter was happy to give an alternative. The service improved over time. All in all, a nice place to visit when you’re in Dublin. The food is nice to. Typical Irish pub.
After visiting The Drink Store across the street, I needed a refreshment or two. This is a nice pub in a area most tourists will look upon as rather dingy. Hardcore beer geeks will appreciate this part of Dublin. 20 taps and 5 cask ales, a great lineup of eleven Irish breweries! Some were new for me: Barrelhead Brewery, Post Card Brewing and Wicklow Wolf) About 100 bottles, and the beer and whiskey list was fastened inside an old book. Weird and cool, never seen that before. The inner section, which is a level up, is more like a dining area. Friendly service. (Visited February 17th 2016)
Nice pub somewhat distant from city center. About 20 taps and a nice bottle selection. Nice service and good prices. Did not try any food. Best selection I have found so far in Dublin. Features a number of Irish craft beers. Take a taxi and go!
Fantastic restaurant quality food, fresh & local ingredients, reasonably priced (but pricey for "pub"). Great range of beers and all of the brown paper bag project beers available bottled and often on tap too. Perhaps 15keg lines and often a few cask too. Friendly staff, range of seating options and if those arguments don’t swing it, Drinkstore is opposite which should do it!
Easily the best overall place in Dublin. The food was incredible and the beer offering had local choices that were very good. I was very impressed with their selection of whiskey. That it is within walking distance from the fabled Cobblestone trad music establishment is a big plus. Highly recommended!
Excellent range of draft beer (didn’t stop someone coming in and asking for Guinness, mind...), and helpfully not much of a ’ticker tax’, a half is just a few cents more than half the pint price. Service was quick and friendly.
A gastropub of true quality in the North central part of the city.
Plenty of local and international brews on tap (normally between 15 and 20 kegs pouring and one or two cask items). Large selection of bottled beer, although at high prices. Beer menus are often a bit infuriating as they list rarities that just aren’t there (don’t say you’ve got Cantillon Gueuze if it hasn’t been in stock for months!), however, that’s only a small gripe.
Food is delicious, high quality local fare - but again at a premium price that seems to be ever increasing given the critical acclaim this place has (rightfully) gained over recent months.
Service is first class: all staff members are friendly, trained fully and knowledgeable about everything on offer - great to see.
This is a real all rounder of a place, although it’s certainly become more of an eating venue than a boozer over recent times. It’s always packed to the rafters too, so it’s necessary to book unless you’re going in for a solo pint in the bar area.
LMG is first class, no doubt about it.
first off- not a grocery store, its a bar. . decent selection of beers. they have a rotating house brew made by one of the staff (it was very good) .. prices were on the higher side .. decent staff. an ok place.
Great spot, fantastic line up, staff are great, lovely food menu (albeit expensive) and a lot of nice touches around the pub, I adored the pencil case/mathematical case the bill came in and the 10 penny bags instead of mints.