8 Places to Watch Ireland V USA at 08.08pm
This weekend will mark the second of our Ireland football team’s friendly matches in the run up to World Cup 2018. Though we may not be playing for gold, we are adamant about cheering on our boys in green. But where in Dublin Town can you watch the match?
It’s always more fun when you’re out with friends or family, enjoying the footie with good grub and a solid drink. Town is full of the best hot spots to watch the World Cup, and below are 8 of the best places to watch Ireland V USA at 08.08pm – yes, that’s actual kick off time!
No doubtedly one of the best sports bars Dublin has, the Woolshed Baa in Dublin One is a great place to watch the match, especially with their many projector screens and large spaces. The bar bites are hella tasty too and you’ll never be served a bad pint.
2. The Porterhouse, Nassau Street
Known for their energetic crowds, The Porterhouse at Nassau Street is excellent to help you stay pumped during the match. There are a handful of screens so you won’t miss any minute of it when you’re heading up for another pint.
Large and lively, Murray’s Bar is a brilliant place to get together and cheer on the lads. A traditional style pub and bar, expect good grub and perfect pints to go with the few television set ups including their 3D HD in the upstairs lounge as well as large outdoor screens in the beer garden.
If you’re looking for a big screen, Dakota is the place to go to. Enjoy pints, cocktails and more as you roar on for the boys in green. Dinner is also served until 9pm if you need some pre-match soakage.
A choice pub to watch the match, get yourself and your mates to the Suffolk Street venue to sit back, relax and shout at the telly.
A spacious space for small and large groups, The River Bar is nifty when it comes to game time. Their selection of beers will leave you smiling, while their food menu will help fill any hungry tummies.
If you’re looking for any game, Sinnott’s is sure to have it. For Ireland V USA, the crowds will head down into the bar where beers & cocktails are aplenty, platters and main courses too. They have one massive projector screen as well as numerous smaller TVs dotted around the room, and an outside telly to ensure you won’t miss a minute.
Known for their sports enthusiasm, The Lotts will serve you drinks, food and a great atmosphere for the match. A traditional style gastro pub in the heart of Dublin One, it’s sure to be a popular spot so get there in good time.