We are delighted to welcome all our customers and friends back on July 20th to Bruxelles. We are all in dire need of some non-zoom socialising. Catching up with a friend? We have the perfect table outside in the heart of the city. Our head chef and his team will be preparing delicious dishes to compliment your favourite drink. Catch up with friends and grab a seat outside and soak up the bustling city atmosphere right in the heart of things.
We are taking bookings now
If you want to make sure you have a table, we are now taking bookings. Book your table today at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your health and safety are our priority
Your health and safety are our priority. We have made changes to ensure you can relax and enjoy your time in comfort in a warm and welcoming environment.
Let’s get together and enjoy good company.
Perfect end to a Guinness pub crawl We had done the Connoisseur visit to the Guinness Storehouse earlier in the day and asked the bartender there which were the best Guinness pubs in Dublin. He recommended several which we visited but this one really stood out. It's just a great old fashioned pub with huge stags' heads on the wall and a nice clientele. Some of the other pubs were a bit aggressive or way too crowded - or lacked charm. This was perfect.
One drink only I didn't feel like staying there longer than for one drink, seems to be too crowded all the time. On new year's eve we couldn't even get in, it was so crowded but that wasn't the bar's fault.
"Sure where would ya get it" Old School My title is very much an Irish phrase of praise. I am a 'Dub' through and through and am familiar with the Stag's Head and other great Dublin pubs but a recent trip with three friends left us with a smile on our faces and reassurance that the Stag's Head is still that authentic, old-school Dublin pub, drop in if you are in town and want to see why we all love this town and the Stag's Head. My little story. I asked for a 'rusty nail' which is a shot of Scotch and a shot of Drambuie in a glass with ice. The lounge girl said they had no scotch, I said Irish will do. She came back and said they had no Drambuie. I felt someone was playing a joke or it was being lost in translation so went up to the bar. I was told, they only stock Irish, fair enough, but also that indeed they did not have any Drambuie. No worries, but before I could say another word, Brian the barman said, we'll sort you out and disappeared out the door. Few minutes later my rusty nail arrived with Brians recommendation of a tiny drop of white lemonade (yup, good call!). A bit of banter struck up and we were 20 to 30 mins shootin the breeze with Brian, and as always happens in Dublin we ended up with about a half dozen people we both knew. Great evening and as I say, drop in, you'll have the authentic craic.