Best Sports Bars in Dublin
Does anything say autumn quite like sports? From the Fall Classic and the end of baseball to the beginnings of basketball, hockey, and football, sports revel in the changing season. So you better have a good place to watch! While hosting parties to watch the big game is fun, it’s a lot of work. Gathering snacks, cleaning up, buying beer, there’s a lot to consider! Instead, why not go out for the big game? Dublin has a ton of great sports bars just waiting to be patronized, so check out some of our favorites below!
Third Base Pint House is exactly what you want in a good sports bar. Plenty of televisions so your game is always on, delicious food to go with any beer you could want, and excellent, reliable service to ensure your glass is never empty. With a variety of classic bar bites and the occasional outlier (we’re looking at you, Wagyu sliders) you’re sure to enjoy your time at Third Base.
Are you looking for a more upscale sports bar experience? Look no further than Revelry Tavern. Located right in Dublin, they offer a refined, comfortable setting in which to watch your favorite team play. Featuring delicious handcrafted cocktails and fresh, made from scratch food, there’s nothing not to love about Revelry. Focused on fresh ingredients, the menu is a refreshing take on bar bites, and the higher-end spirits ensure that your cocktail is just a step up from your average bar.
What says sports better than a bar named after one of the greatest athletes in the past hundred years? At Yogi’s, the sports are front and center. This sweeping establishment can get pretty packed when the Blue Jackets or the Browns are playing but don’t worry. The nearly two dozen televisions scattered across the bar guarantee that you’ll never miss any of the action. Featuring classic bar food staples like wings and sliders, Yogi’s does the sports bar atmosphere right.
Prohibition is the pub of your dreams. Featuring excellent handcrafted cocktails, a long list of craft beers, and some of the best pub food around, you’ll never want to leave. Their patio outside is perfect if you don’t want to watch a halftime show or have some time to kill between games, and the atmosphere is lively and upscale. If you’re trying to get away from the rowdiness of classic sports bars but still want to watch the big game, you can’t miss Prohibition.