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The warm and cosy decor of this traditional pub is matched by the exceptionally friendly staff. There’s a pub quiz on Tuesday nights.
Delicious breakfasts and excellent sandwiches make this relatively new cafe one of the standout places for daytime eating on the north...
19 Chancery St · interesting places nearby
Hughes’ Bar information
Traditional purists love the nightly music sessions at this pub, which by day caters to barristers, solicitors and their clients from the nearby Four Courts – all of whom probably need a pint, but for different reasons! Although the playing is very good, the atmosphere is a little lacking and the sessions can be a bit dead.