The Palace Bar has been serving Dublin whiskey since 1823 and is still going strong. One of the first bars in Dublin to bottle its own whiskey, they now have 7 releases under their belt. The whiskey palace upstairs at the Palace Bar is steeped in history and charm.
The Bankers Bar is tucked down a side street off Dame street and has a distinctive red exterior. Walk inside and you will be met with cases and cases of rare Irish whiskey lining the walls. They are just about to open up a special whiskey tasting room so it should be high on your list of whiskey bars to visit in Dublin.
Searsons is a little out from Dublin city centre but it is worth the walk over into Georgian Dublin. It has one the best whiskey collections in Dublin and has even released its own whiskey in 2019 that will not disappoint.
Peruke & Periwig is a situated beside The Celtic Whiskey Shop on Dawson Street and would make the perfect spot to try an Irish whiskey after buying a bottle or two from next door. Wood-panelled walls invite you to relax and enjoy a dram of whiskey.
L.Mulligan Grocer is situated in Stoneybatter, a suburb just outside Dublin. The bar has a great selection of Irish whiskey and knowledgeable staff. One of the main highlights is the restaurant attached to the bar, which incorporates a lot of Irish whiskey in its cooking.
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