Kehoe's is exactly what you'd hope for in a Dublin bar. It's got old-fashioned ambiance, friendly people who are up for a chat, and well-kept Guinness. In fact, the Guinness here is so good that it's been known to make converts of people who previously didn't like the stuff.
Since 1803 it's been the haunt of many a great literary figure, and as you'd expect, its fame has attracted the crowds. But it's still what it always was, a really good pub in the traditional style, apparently not feeling the need for a fancy makeover.
The bar staff are pleasant, with plenty of time for you, considering how mobbed the place is. There's no better place to watch the rugby on a match day.
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