Over 300 years of Irish Pub – O’Neill’s way
O’Neill’s Pub is a genuine traditional Old Irish Pub renowned for its friendly staff. Its great laid back atmosphere and famous food are the reason why people find it hard to leave.
The O’Neill’s Bar and has become synonymous with Suffolk Street with over 300 years of history.
This Pub’s interior is a pleasure to drink in, whether you want to enjoy the great pub atmosphere or find a quiet corner for yourself, it has it all.
Steeped in history and located in the heart of Dublin, O’Neill’s has long been a favorite with famous artists, writers, playwrights, politicians, and revolutionaries.
O’Neill’s has existed as licensed premises for over 300 years, long before the street on which it was named. But the area of Suffolk Street has played a vital administrative, commercial and cultural role for over 1000 years of Dublin history.
Pubs act also as an important part of Irish culture. James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Oscar Wilde, and Brendan Behan all wrote stories in which the center was the Pub.
Rumour has it that some searched for their inspiration in pubs exclusively.
Food by the Irish for everyone
At O’Neill’s, all of the food product suppliers are from the best Irish sources. O’Neill’s serves only the finest Irish Meat, fish, shellfish and seasonal vegetables giving the customers only the best.
“No off-cuts, no short cuts, just prime cuts”
How can I find O’Neill’s Pub?
Within easy reach wherever you’re staying, whether you’re out for a day shopping in Grafton Street or enjoying some of our famous heritage, O’Neill’s is the perfect place for a spot of lunch or a night out with great music. We have welcomed customers for centuries.
The location is “2 Suffolk Street”.
Situated in the historic heart of Dublin just a stone’s throw from Temple Bar is O’Neill’s. Around the corner from Trinity College, Grafton Street and the world-famous Molly Malone Statue, it´s the perfect place for a quiet pint, a tasty meal or a lively music session or just to rest your feet for a while. You´ll always be sure of a warm, friendly welcome.
If you still have trouble finding O’Neill’s Pub, feel free to stop by at Dublin Visitor Centre and ask for a direction. We are looking forward to meeting you.