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ClosedOpens at 12:30
$$$$ Price range per person 9-22 €
28 Abbey St, Dublin
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Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland

Scheduling your trip, pay attention to Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio and remember to choose where to eat: this bar is right aside the mentioned place of interest. The Irish menu attracts customers looking for a new experience. Many visitors of Abbey Tavern say that good baked salmon, fish pie and fish chowder are served here. Most guests recommend trying tasty bread and butter pudding, parfait and bread pudding. This place is known for delicious draft beer, irish whisky or Irish coffee. Great cappuccino or good tea are what can make you come back to this place.

Come to this spot to hold any event or party. A number of guests find the staff appealing. This bar is notable for its fabulous service. Prices here are reported to be attractive. You will certainly like the exotic atmosphere and divine decor. Users write reviews on Yelp where they rate Abbey Tavern 4.

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This is a adorable tourist spot in Howth. They offer both vegan and gluten free menus which is amazing thing in my opinion! Not many pubs do that.Although the falafel burger I had wasn’t fresh and the flavour just wasn’t there. It tasted and looked like it came from the freezer. It wasn’t a cheap burger either so with the price I assumed to get something a bit more thoughtful or fresh. This might just be my personal opinion. The staff is excellent and made our group laugh a lot.
Great little tavern to island enjoy the local beer and people.
Our visit to the Abbey Tavern was a nice finish to our 2-week tour of Scotland and Ireland.  It was billed as an evening of Irish food and entertainment. There are 2 parts to the tavern - one section catering to tour buses of American (and other) tourists; the other being a neighborhood tavern catering to the locals and to the non-tour group tourists.  We were in a large hall (room) that accommodated several tour buses worth of tourists. Considering the size of the overall audience, the staff was surprisingly good and the wait staff tried to provide individual attention to a mass audience.  The food was good but nothing exceptional and the wine and beer were great.  How can you not like Guinness? The entertainment was the highlight of the evening and consisted of 2 separate groups of entertainers.  The musicians (2 men and 1 lady) were OK but nothing great.  The female performer warmed up a little as the evening wore on but you got the sense that this "just a job".  Being from Columbus, OH, we've been attending the Dublin (OH) Irish Festival for the past 15 years and that Festival attracts the best Irish musicians from Ireland, Northern Ireland and the United States.  So, the bar is pretty high for any Irish music. The STEP-DANCERS, on the other hand, were excellent and rival the best step dancers we've ever seen perform.  The ste-dancers seemed to be putting their heart and soul into their performance. It was a really nice evening of Irish food, song and dance but not quite worthy of a 4-star rating.
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Address
28 Abbey St, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Features
Outdoor seating Delivery Wi-Fi Booking Сredit cards accepted TV Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 12:30-23:00
MondayMon 12:30-23:30
TuesdayTue 12:30-23:30
WednesdayWed 12:30-23:30
ThursdayThu 12:30-23:30
FridayFri 12:30-00:30
SaturdaySat 12:30-00:30
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