I came across two reviews of pubs in the city from magazine ‘In Dublin’. Both from 1977. This issue (no. 34, Aug 1977) reviewed:
- Mulligans, Poolbeg Street
- Davy Byrne’s, Duke Street
- Kehoe’s, South Anne Street
- Grogan’s, South William Street
- Dohney and Nesbitt, Baggot Street
- Toner’s, Lower Baggot Street
Later in the year, issue (no. 40, Nov 1977) reviewed:
- Bruxelles, Harry Street
- The International Bar, South William Street
Nearly forty years later and all those pubs are still there. Most of them probably haven’t changed that much. Except for the price of course.
I also stumbled upon this lovely photo of O’Connell’s on South Richmond Street in Portobello. One of my favourite pubs in the city. At a guess, I’d say it was taken in the 1960s.
Also this snap of Doyles, then called The College Inn with The Fleet attached, on College Green opposite Trinity. It’s a great shot with red car flying past and yer man in the sheepskin jacket waiting to cross.