The Dubliner Irish Pub & Restaurant
Phoenix, AZ 85032
Phoenix New Times' Description
Considered the oldest Irish joint in Arizona, the Dubliner also has the unique distinction of having been the first bar to sell Guinness in the Valley. Its braggadocious bartenders also claim its annual Saint Patrick's Day party is the biggest around, their craic is mightier, and that there's more traditional Ireland-style entertainment each week at the Dubliner than any of their competitors. It's hard to argue with the latter boast, since the North Phoenix public house has showcased Celtic musicians almost every night for close to a quarter century. Sired in 1986 by renowned local publican Seamus McCaffery, it's maintained the same neighborhood bar vibe mixed with the usual Emerald Isle touches and tchotchkes throughout the years.
Tips from foursquare
Check out The Waters on Tuesday night. They rock the pub!!!
Come out tuesdays around 10 and check out the waters
DO NOT come here on St. Patrick's Day! They charge $10 at the door, and it's insanely packed. This is a popular spot for cops to camp out at. I saw at least three people get arrested there this year.
Wifi password: dubpub97
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