Where to watch Euro 2016 in Dublin
What’s better than going to Euro 2016? Watching the games live in the #DublinPubs!
The boys in green my be back on Irish soil, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t cheer on the others. Head into any of these spots in town to watch the games this summer.
The Mercantile, Dame Street
The Mercantile is one of the leading sports bars in Dublin. With 9 screens, showing Euro 2016, guests can relax in comfort and cheer on their teams. Reservations for table bookings now open. €10.95 Burger & Pint & Euro 2016 over three floors. Sorted.
Dakota, South William Street
Watch all the action live in Dakota on South William Street and while you are there check out the new bar out the back, The Rag Trader. Table bookings and group reservations are now open.
Woolshed Baa, Parnell Street
With three massive screens and 15 plasmas showing Euro 2016 the Woolshed Baa is a meeting place for people to come and talk with the one true universal language, “SPORT”.
4 Dame Lane, Dame Lane
4 Dame Lane will be showing all the games live on their HUGE screen (Apparently it is huge, so they tell us..) Group / Corporate bookings welcome.
Sam’s Bar, Dawson Street
Sam’s Bar have loads of prizes and score card prediction promotions on for Euro 2016 and are also offering free food platters for groups of 20 plus. Group reservations available.
Adelphi, Abbey Street
Adelphi is new to the Northside located on Middle Abbey Street with all craft beers on draught and all the Euro 2016 action you could ask for. If you’re sitting there thinking you’ve seen all this before, Adelphi offer their midweek special – “Crafty Wednesdays”, showcasing the increasingly popular beverage, whilst giving people the opportunity to discover new beers and even the opportunity of a meet and greet with some of the craft brewers around Ireland.
The Lotts, Liffey street
Enjoy a steak on the stone while watching all the games live on big screens in The Lotts. The Lotts have a jersey special for all live games. If you wear the jersey of any nation while the game is live you qualify for €4 pint specials on most draught products for the entire evening. For a more intimate experience why not visit The Lotts Snug – the smallest bar in Dublin!
Bar Rua, Clarendon Row
New southsider, Bar Rua, is on the corner of Dublin’s Creative Quarter where people go for the craft beer and stay for the “Craic agus Ceol”. Where better to watch the Ireland game than Bar Rua who celebrate all things Irish with 4 big screens inside and another big screen facing out onto the outdoor seating area.
The Bankers, Dame Lane
We love a traditional Irish Dublin Pub. With great pints of Guinness, craft beet, whiskey and great deal on no-nonsense pub grub. While there, why not check out The Teller Room which is the modern, newly refurbished café bar and diner upstairs from the main bar.
The Boar’s Head, Capel Street
All Euro 2016 games will be shown live at The Boar’s Head, a traditional family owned Dublin pub that has been a Capel Street gem for the last 20 years and a favourite local for the Dublin GAA team. It is described by regulars as serving the best pint of Guinness and bowl of Irish stew in the city.
The Sporting Emporium, Anne’s Lane
The Sporting Emporium offers Ireland’s premier casino experience just steps away from Grafton Street. Doors open from 6pm and all the Euro 2016 games will be live on multiple plasma screens throughout the casino. After the Euros choose from the best in live gaming including Blackjack, Roulette, Brag, Punto Banco, Sic Bo and Poker, while enjoying complimentary beverages. Open from 6pm to 6am seven nights a week.
37 Dawson Street, Dawson Street
Keep it classy in 37 Dawson Street surrounded by vintage paintings, posters, giant gargoyles and moose busts. FYI: Also known to be a firm favourite watering hole of the Irish soccer team.
Lillie’s Bordello, Grafton Street
Lillie’s Bordello, one of Ireland’s most prestigious late venues, will be showing the Euro 2016 games on big screens surrounded by sophistication, luxury and comfort. New to the entertainment factor at Lillie’s Bordello is Ireland’s first ever nightclub micro-distillery, Lillie’s Laboratory. Things could get interesting…
Porterhouse Central, Nassau Street
Located on Nassau Street at the bottom of Grafton Street with access of Adams Court. Porterhouse Central houses which is possibly the longest bar in Dublin. Over the years it has gone through many incarnations originally known as Kidds, which was a hangout for various luminaries at the time including the infamous Cairo squad who became infamous after they were wiped out by Michael Collins and his apostles leading to the infamous Bloody Sunday in Croke Park. It is now known to everyone as Porterhouse Central.
Sinnotts, South King Street
Sinnott’s is a traditional style bar and go to place for most sports fanatics looking to watch sport on any of the 14 big screens in comfort. The bar is renowned for its carvery lunches and even better pints, popular with locals, tourists, the sporting fanatics and anyone who wants to enjoy a quality Irish bar which is home to a large collection of original literary pictures and prints from a collection of Irish artists and writers including James Joyce.
The Hairy Lemon, Stephen Street Lower
Wide screen TVs throughout the pub and impressive outdoor smoking courtyard for intervals. Random fact: The Hairy Lemon Pub was christened in memory of one of the city’s great characters who was a dog catcher in the 1950’s. He was reputed to boast a lemon shaped visage and a stubble of gooseberry like hair.
Robert Reade, Store Street
Robert Reade have installed a new 65 inch HD plasma TV, as well as 2 more plasma TVs to show all the Euro 2016 games. There will be Bulmers scratch cards up for grabs for prizes of free drinks, t-shirts and more as well as reduced price on draught Bulmers. Pint of Roundstone Irish Ale – €4.50 Pint of Becks/ Tuborg – €4.20
The Livingroom, Cathal Brugha Street
In true supporter fashion, The Livingroom is going all out with 3 250″ 4K LED screens unique to Ireland! They are the largest pub screens in Europe. Special offers include beer pitchers, Sol beer deals and cocktail offers. Also have a pop up “Tiki Bar” in the beer garden offering Caribbean cocktail parties. Nice.
Murrays, O’Connell St Upper
Murrays will have every Euro 2016 game live on their 4K LED screens. Upstairs in Murray’s is a dedicated sports bar with 3D High Definition screens and comfortable lounge. If you are a smoker then have no fear of missing any of the football action as Murray’s boast one of Ireland’s largest outdoor screens in the heated beer garden.
The Church, Mary Street
Watch the Euros on indoor plasmas in The Cellar Bar or from the outdoor screens in the beer garden. The Church restaurant is situated where the former St. Mary’s Church of Ireland boasts the Renatus Harris built organ and spectacular stained glass windows in the galleried section where you can now enjoy a meal in the restaurant. Arthur Guinness was married here in 1761 and you can toast him whilst raising a pint of plain in the bar or the large terrace outside. Group bookings accepted for 10+.
South William, South William Street
The bars, spread over three floors, offer a range of intimate booths, together with counter and lounge drinking and eating options for watching Euro 2016. South William are running a deal of €12 Pizza & Pint.
No Name Bar, Fade Street
Known mysteriously as the Bar with No Name – look out for the large wooden snail hanging above the door and then walk up the stairs to what feels like a loft house party. The Red Room will be showing the Euros on a large plasma screen indoor and outside on the deck.
Café En Seine, Dawson Street
Watch every game live in this three-story atrium adorned with 40-foot trees and art nouveau glass lanterns. Craft beers on tap. And whiskeys… Irish, Scotch, American and Japanese… young, old and very old. When you get there, why not stay a while and enjoy the late bar, open until 3am Wednesday to Saturday to keep the party going.
Odessa, Dame Court
Odessa will be showing all the Euro matches in Odessa bar. Perfect for groups, they can take groups bookings to watch the matches in comfort and style!
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