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Connolly's - The Sheds

198 Clontarf Road | Clontarf, Dublin D03 Y974, Ireland
+353 1 833 8691
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17 Aug 2017
“friendly place”
4 Jan 2017
“Old fashioned pub - Love it for Rugby matches”
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198 Clontarf Road | Clontarf, Dublin D03 Y974, Ireland
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Reviewed 17 August 2017

we had drinks here for a wedding party on our way to mouloughys it was a summers day and the beer garden was a great lively place staff were very friendly

Thank lallaway
Reviewed 14 July 2017 via mobile

Nice ambience. Comfortable beer garden. Seriously needs some air conditioning; when busy it is very stale and clammy inside and not at all comfortable.

Thank Devinespd
Reviewed 4 January 2017

My local, a really old pub, that has been barely painted but kinds scruffy suits it. The addition of the Viking Theatre has made a huge difference to this place. I love watching the rugby - Roll on the 6 nations. Also any bank holiday...More

Thank Ginnyhan
Reviewed 21 December 2016

Great service with great staff..... a a nice pint.....great for a drink with friends, there is even a small theatre upstairs which holds up to 50 people.. I was there with work and the staff looked after us really well making sure we all sat...More

Thank elaine3849
Reviewed 6 December 2016

Loved the ambience and they had a stout on tap that I liked more than Guiness....sorry about that but it was a little stronger and more bitter. I forget the name but the nicest Stout I've ever had. With the girlfriend and we watched rugby...More

Thank Doctordetails
Reviewed 30 November 2016

The Sheds is much better on the inside than it looks like from the outside. The Guinness was excellent. It also has a Theatre attached which I didn't visit but there was a long queue of people waiting to go in when I left.

Thank Colin C
Reviewed 3 November 2016

Had a couple of drinks here over the bank holiday weekend. It's not a modern pub but it's clean and there's plenty of room and a nice atmosphere. There's a theatre upstairs so it tends to pack up before a show but apart from that...More

Thank Beanie14
Reviewed 2 September 2016

After a long absence from the locality of Clontarf, I decided on my last visit to Dublin to revisit an old haunt of mine. Seven years after stepping foot across the threshold the last time I found that not to much has changed.....apart from a...More

1  Thank Niall S
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Outdoor Seating, Seating, Television, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi
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  • Address: 198 Clontarf Road | Clontarf, Dublin D03 Y974, Ireland
  • Location: Europe  >  Ireland  >  Province of Leinster  >  County Dublin  >  Dublin
  • Phone Number: +353 1 833 8691
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With such a convenient location, unique history and charming atmosphere, The Sheds is an ideal venue to host a special occasion. The original village of Clontarf consisted of one street leading to Clontarf Castle with a number of dwellings scattered around it known as The Sheds fishing village. Much of the area’s social history is preserved by the longevity of this very pub. First licensed in 1845, the Connolly family have been here since 1927. This old oasis is one of Dublin’s most charming and convivial venues
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