Dublin’s Ultimate Irish Music & Dance Pub: Ned O’Shea’s

An Irish Music & Dance Pub that can’t be missed!

Ned O’Shea’s is an authentic Irish pub in Dublin, and one of the best-known Irish Dance & Music Pubs in Ireland.

If you are in the capital and want to experience real Irish culture, this place is a must-visit!

Named after Kerry legend Ned O’Shea, the man who brought a unique brand of hearty welcomes and rousing trad sessions to the Irish Capital.

Surrounded by whiskey distilleries and breweries, including the world-famous Guinness Storehouse, O’Shea’s offers a wide range of Irish whiskey and a cracking pint.

Also known as ‘The Merchant’, O’Sheas opens each morning at 8 am serving a fantastic Full Irish Breakfast which includes the award-winning Annascaul Black Pudding (delivered to from Ned’s native hometown).

O’Sheas hosts live music every single night, Set Dancing every Monday Night along with other great events including Irish Story Telling, Comedy Nights and Irish Movie Nights.

No admission fee is charged in this fantastic pub.

Opening Hours

Sunday – Friday – 8 am to 1.30 am
Saturday – 8 am to 2.30 am

Contact Information

Business Phone Number: +353 1 679 3797
Address: 12 Lower Bridge Street
City: Dublin
Web Address: www.nedosheas.ie

Sponsored by Ned O’Shea’s

This feature was commissioned by Ned O’Shea’s – The Merchant, Dublin.

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