Where to watch the 6 nations in Dublin
The City Center of Dublin is one of the best places for spend time watching 6 nations matches.
Here, we will talk about the best pubs to have a good time!!!
THE BRIDGE 1859, Ballsbridge
This pub is one of the most famous because is part owned by some of the players of an Irish rugby team. The pub is part owned by Seans O’Brien, Jamie Heaslip, and brothers Rob and Dave Kearney.
For search more information: http://www.thebridge1859.ie/
GRAFTON LOUNGE, Duke Lane
The Grafton Lounge is a very good option for watching 6 nations for a few reasons. The pub is full of screens, they make a very tasty menu, and during the game, they have a promotion: the beer Heineken has a reduction of the price while the game is starting. Also, is a good place to meet your friends after the match.
And the best… if Rob Kearney or Sean O’Brien score a try you get a free pint of Heineken!
For search more information: http://www.thegraftonlounge.ie/
The Swan is a very famous pub. It is the pub probably with the biggest rugby tradition. The night before a match, Irish players used to come in here and have a jar of beer.
Sean Lynch, who played for Leinster, Ireland, and The Lions owned the pub and currently, is operated by him.
For search more information: http://theswanbar.com/
SAMS BAR, Dawson Street
After a match of 6 nations last year, the Irish team came back to Sams and it has been a success than gives to the pub very good reputation. The pub became a rugby bar ever since.
They give away a free bottle of beer to everyone who wears their jersey at the weekend.
For search more information: http://www.samsbar.ie/
THE AULD DUBLINER, Temple Bar
Located in the middle of Temple Bar, the Auld Dubliner is one of the Dublin’s best-known pubs.
This traditional Irish pub offers a very interesting range of food, drink and live music.
For search more information:http://www.aulddubliner.ie/
Kielys of Donnybrook could be considered the spiritual pub home of Irish rugby. It’s located right beside Old Wesley rugby club. The Ross O’Carroll books talked about the pub as the place you must to go if you are a rugby fan.
For search more information: http://www.kielysofdonnybrook.ie/