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Here are the Dublin pubs reopening on June 29


by Shayna Sappington
17th Jun 2020

Only pubs that serve substantial meals may reopen June 29; here is the list so far


As phase three begins on June 29, cafes, restaurants and pubs may reopen, if they serve food and have no bar service. 

Two-metre social distancing measures must be in place, although this may be shortened to one metre if 90-minute time limits for reservations are put in place, but this has yet to be confirmed.

Minister for Health Simon Harris continues to encourage the public to wear face coverings in shops, on public transport and in closed spaces, however this would be difficult to ask in a restaurant setting as people would be eating and drinking.

Restaurants and pubs alike have started making the necessary changes to follow these safety guidelines, installing glass partitions, reducing capacity and distancing tables for customers. 

So far, these are the Dublin pubs set to reopen on June 29: 

City Centre – North

  • The Boars Head, Capel Street
  • The Back Page, Phibsboro
  • Oscars, Smithfield
  • Wigwam, Abbey Street
  • The Bernard Shaw
  • The Woolshed, Parnell Street
  • McGowan’s, Phibsboro
  • The Oval, Abbey Street
  • Graingers, Hanlon’s Corner
  • The Brew Dock, Amiens St 
  • Murrays, O’Connell Street
  • The Church, Mary Street
  • The Black Sheep, Capel Street 
  • Paddle and Peel, Capel Street 
  • The Barbers, Stoneybatter (June 30)

City Centre – South

  • Searsons, Baggot Street
  • Capitol Lounge, Aungier Street
  • Lemon and Duke, Royal Hibernian Way
  • The Bridge 1859, Ballsbridge
  • Doheny and Nesbitt’s, Baggot Street
  • The Bank, College Green
  • The Bankers, Trinity Street
  • Against the Grain, Wexford Street
  • 57 The Headline, Clanbrassil Street
  • The Old Storehouse, Crown Alley
  • Devitts, Camden Street
  • The 51, Haddington Road
  • Darkey Kelly’s, Fishamble Street
  • Davy Byrnes, Duke Street
  • The Square Ball
  • Rody Bolands, Rathmines
  • Brewdog, Grand Canal Dock
  • The Malt House, James St
  • Kavanagh’s, New St
  • The Circular, Rialto
  • The Gasworks, South Lotts Road 
  • The Chophouse, Beggar’s Bush
  • Jimmy Rabbitte’s, Camden St
  • The Camden, Camden St
  • Sinnott’s Bar, Stephen’s Green

Co Dublin – North

  • The Hole in the Wall, Blackhorse Avenue
  • The Beachcomber, Killester
  • Cock and Bull, Coolock
  • Harp Bar, Swords
  • The Lord Lucan, Lucan

Co Dublin – South

  • The Old Orchard 
  • Rascals Brewery, Inchicore
  • The Merry Cobbler, Irishtown
  • Eden House, Rathfarnham
  • Sandyford House, Sandyford
  • The Morgue, Templeogue
  • The 108, Rathgar
  • Jobstown House, Tallaght
  • The Two Sisters, Terenure
  • Ashtons, Clonskeagh
  • The Dropping Well, Milltown
  • The Goat, Goatstown

 

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