This place has no redeeming features in my eyes. It sells the usual touristy Irish bar offerings Guinness/Kilkenny and the ubiquitous Carlsberg/Tuburg. If that is not off putting enough then the prices for said offerings definitely will put you off due to its central location on the shopping street with many tourists frequenting. Overall just scroll past
Exactly what the name suggests. Usual selection of beers with Ricky’s IPA giving a supposed craft option. Good outside seating and service pleasant and quick. Price was high and could get much better beer for same price at Tap House.
Not a place I’d recommend to Ratebeerians, or to anybody else for that matter. It’s a standard Irish-style plastic pub catering to tourists and ex-pats. The only beers on offer as far as I could see were Guinness, Kilkenny and Belhaven. With so many great places to visit in Copenhagen, I think the best that can be said about the Dubliner is that it has seats outside on Amagertorv which offer good people-watching opportunities.
(Visited 6 May 2013).
Had some great laughs in here!. A bit of a tourist place but a mighty craig in here! Selection is a bit slim but a good alternative to the overall stuff around. Prices are high as everywhere in Denmark - VAT is just ridiculous. Anyhow a nice place to stay for a while.
Went in there expecting to find something special irish, something else than Guinness or Killkenny. But no, only what everybody else have. And to a very high price. And a service not knowing anything. I asked for a cider, it was ice-cold, and I was forced to have a lot of ice-cubes in it too. Worst place so far in CBH.