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The Dubliner

Map & Directions 3838 24th St.
San Francisco, CA 94114
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415-826-2279
  • Sun, Sat 11am-2am, Mon-Fri 1pm-2am

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With 14 TVs, there are enough screens here to show every NFL game on a Sunday morning, plus bowling and NASCAR. It's a comfortable, unpretentious pub where you can knock back an Irish Car Bomb with a chatty bartender -- many of them have legit Irish lilts or English accents. If chugging a Guinness, Jameson, and Baileys concoction doesn't appeal, order beers in pint, pitcher, or gallon sizes. The Dubliner also serves Magners Irish cider. Early in the week is quieter, but an all-day happy hour on Wednesdays draws people in for $3 drafts and glasses of wine. They don't serve food, but feel free to order delivery from nearby restaurants.

 
Member Reviews

  • nocaljason wrote a review for The Dubliner
    on 10/28/13
    1

    Just moving to Noe, I was looking for a good bar to make my own. A place that brought the community together. A place to make friends. Unfortunately, the bartender at the Dubliner wanted to make sure that I did not come back. She succeeded.

    First and foremost, I have never written a review. Not a good one, not a bad one. I have no desire to force feed others my opinion on... More >>

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Tips from foursquare

  • Kemp M. on 03/16/09

    Good drinks and Great people. This is my local and is always a good time.

  • Kemp M. on 09/08/09

    Watch Sunday football.

  • James H. on 05/27/12

    Meghan is the best!

  • Jonathan R. on 03/25/13

    Mary is a charmer. Great no-bullshit watering hole, straight from the British Isles...

  • Rebekah T. on 04/14/10

    Irish Car Bombs were great!!!

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