Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) Gallagher Gallery
This large, well-lit gallery at the end of a serene Georgian street has a grand name to fit its exalted reputation as one of the most...
Doheny & Nesbitt’s
A standout, even in a city of wonderful pubs, Nesbitt’s is equipped with antique snugs and is a favourite place for the high-powered...
Following the success of its sister restaurant by the gates of Dublin Castle, this version of Chez Max has taken pretty much the same...
139 Lower Baggot St · interesting places nearby
James Toner’s information
Toner’s, with its stone floors and antique snugs, has changed little over the years and is the closest thing you’ll get to a country pub in the heart of the city. The shelves and drawers are reminders that it once doubled as a grocery shop.
The writer Oliver St John Gogarty once brought WB Yeats here, after the upper-class poet – who lived just around the corner – decided he wanted to visit a pub. After a silent sherry in the noisy bar, Yeats turned to his friend and said, ‘I have seen the pub, now please take me home.’ We always suspected he was a little too precious for normal people, and he would probably be horrified by the good-natured business crowd making the racket these days too. His loss.