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Built at the beginning of the 18th century, St. Mary’s church closed in 1964. It was abandoned and neglected. Until 1997 when it was turned into a restaurant. Now, you have the opportunity of having food, drinks and listening to Irish traditional music in a former church.Read more
The Market Bar is located in a former abattoir that supplied the south city markets (George’s Street arcade) and the sausage factory across the street. As part of the modern set, you can see the grates on the floor where the animal waste was disposed of.
In the late 1920s, Dublin City Council brought in new health laws, the building wasn't used anymore as an abattoir, but a sausage factory! The few records preserved from that time suggest that maybe it wasn’t entirely legal.
The Market Bar, today, is a completely different place. It has become one of the most famous among the locals, not only for its food and prices but also because of its atmosphere. Little wonder that the locals call the area "the creative quarter".
In it, you can find a wide range of beers on tap, tapas, a Mediterranean inspired menu, and a creative drinks menu.
The Brazen Head is officially Ireland's oldest pub. Even if the building is somewhat new, its licence dates back to 1198. Nevertheless, the pub has managed to retain the charm and characteristics of its past and its patrons.
Among its visitors were James Joyce, Brendan Behan and Jonathan Swift as well as such revolutionaries as Robert Emmet, Wolfe Tone, Daniel O'Connell and Michael Collins.
Nowadays, they still get famous patrons as Van Morrison, Hothouse Flowers, Mary Black and Garth Brooks. While you're visiting, you can play a game and try to find them all among the pictures and scrolls covering the walls.
The Brazen Head offers food, drinks and live music every day of the week!