The Celt Bar is a traditional Dublin pub down to the pints of Guinness and the live folk music. For the purpose of simply grabbing a pint, honestly, one pub is usually as good as another. But the regular live music plus a decent menu of pub grub helps The Celt to stand out from the pack.
Some stuff to try here includes the bangers and mash, Guinness beef stew, bacon burger and the roasted pheasant in mushroom sauce. Just be aware that this is a well-established spot that is very popular with both locals and tourists, so when the live music fires up at night there can be precious little room to be found at times.
The history of the building which now houses the Pearse Museum and St. Edna's Park begins in 1786,... Read more