3 Harry Street, D2
t. +353 (0)1 679 4395 fb: /McDaids Dublin

Established in 1779, McDaids is situated off fashionable
Grafton Street near Dublin city centre. One of the
true literary pubs, i was frequented by many of the
greats of Irish literature, including Patrick Kavanagh
and Brendan Behan. Mcdaids retains its’ tradition of
hospitality ad is popular with locals and tourists alike.
Dating back to the C18, it still retains many features from
its’ time as a church. These days it serves an excellent
selection of craft beers in addition to pints of Ireland’s
best. When busy, head up the old steep stairs to the
top bar if you fancy a quiet pint. On busy sporting
occations, TV screens add to the atmosphere but
music free, it remains a place for conversation and is
the perfect place for those wishing to soak up Dublin’s
past and present.

Open: Mod-Thurs 10:30am-11:30pm, Fri-Sat 10:30am-12:30am, Sun 12:30-
11pm.