Pub Hub – Thomas Street


Posted 1 month ago in Food & Drink Features

Thomas Street appears to be a new pub mecca if openings are anything to go by. First up is Dudley’s at the corner of Meath Street. It steps in where Bakers stepped out after a 16-year stint there.

The trad Irish exterior palette, of green and red, melds with a neon yellow signature which indicates the target clientele they have in mind.

Meanwhile, further stirrings are afoot down the road at the hostelry formerly known as Agnes Brown’s at the corner of Bridgefoot Street.

Once described as, “A smelly old box you wouldn’t take a piss in…Nothing but a dull room with a counter. The bar consists of a few taps, some cackling hags, and a heavily stained carpet. Touch nothing, or use gloves.” (The Dublin Publopedia), its new owners are the boys behind Lucky’s and The Circular who are intent on not just turning it into a local magnet but The Magnet.

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