We luckily stumbled across this pub at lunchtime it’s a lovely unspoilt traditional pub with all original fixtures and fittings Great guiness excellent hospitality and a nice snack for lunch and reasonably priced for city centre Dublin
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Visited with friends on a cold February afternoon, pub fairly full, clean and tidy, bartenders friendly. Prices one euro above average, probably to pay for loud modern live music being played. Very sterile atmosphere only stayed for one pint.
So my partner and I visited Dublin for a weekend away and we decided on our final day to watch Wales v Italy in a traditional Irish pub. We stumbled across the stag's head, a truly traditional Irish victorian pub. After a few drinks we...More
Was in the Stags head on the Friday night before the rugby,great buzz around the area. We were downstairs where they had live Irish music,great band who had the sound level just right for such a small venue,you could still hear yourself talk. Special mention...More
Absolutely loved the stags head, the staff were brilliant, and the whiskey was amazing. Would really like to thank Brendan for the hospitality, really enjoyed the whiskey he recommended and telling us about the history of the pub. Me and my girlfriend really enjoyed the...More
Great pub with very attentive staff. The pub has lots of history and all of the architecture/interior are original, dating back to the 1700. I would highly recommend giving it a visit and trying the Red Breast Whisky (recommended to us by staff)
This is one of the historic pubs in dublin that has an old school feel to it. You will enjoy the warm service and decent food. Stop in, if only for a beer.