Enjoy a breath of fresh air when visiting The Stag’s Head in Dublin City Centre, just a stone throw from the buzz of Grafton St. Here you will cross into a landmark with enough History it could occupy a library. Finding us is akin to discovering a rare treasure as it is conceled through a narrow passageway off Dame Street, although access can also be gained through Exchequer Street or Georges street. This is probably Dublins best preserved Victorian pub - and everything here is of authentic Victorian origin.
Though a tavern has existed on this site since the 1780’s, this premises first attained great fame in the 1830’s as “John Bull’s Albion Hotel and Tavern”. This was one of the most sought after premises of the age in close proximity to ‘Dublin’s Theatreland’ and the fashionable stores of Dame Street and College Green. A popular music hall business was developed on the site, a trend continued by proprietors Alica and Henry Murpy during the 1840’s. William Wormington Succeeded them here in the 1860’s and James Kennedy took the reins in the 1880’s.
Whiskey served directly from the cask the authentic way!
We serve great Guinness here too!
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