The Old Brazen Head (Dublin) Reviews
Description:Bridge Street / Dublin 8 / Fon: 679 5186 / Fax: 677 9549.
Newest Review: ... most. After all, who wouldn't want to say they'd visited the oldest pub in a city renowned the world over for both the quantity and quality of its hostelries? In reality, the pub is fairly small, and because of the lack of space the tables in the bar area are squashed together somewhat. Combine this with an assorted clientele of locals, business people and a constant stream of tourists ... more
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by - written on 28/03/08, updated on 28/03/08 (Very useful, 128 readings)
The Brazen Head is a pub that seems to be on the itinerary of most tourists that visit Dublin. After the Guinness Hop Store and The Book of Kells in Trinity College, it's probably one of the most requested locations for tourists getting into my cab. The reason? Well, good marketing has a lot to do with it. Have a look at their very professionally designed website at http://www.brazenhead.com. But if it wasn't a cracking wee pub then it wouldn't get the best advertising of all which is, of course, word of mouth. The Brazen Head's main claim to fame is that it's supposedly Dublin's oldest pub. Certainly it can trace its roots right back to 1198, when ... Read the complete review
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