Raglan Road is one of the best-known streets in Dublin, Ireland. It’s a beautifully leafy, elegantly quiet road lined with magnificent Georgian houses. But that’s not what made it famous.
It was a great day when in The Bailey pub in Dublin when a group of musicians and poets were playing, singing and reciting. Amongst them were one of Ireland’s greatest poets, Patrick Kavenagh and one of our finest singers, Luke Kelly.
The rest is history and we’re glad to have a small part to play in bringing the work of these two great men to the wider world.
You’ve been to an Irish pub before. But have you ever been to a real Irish pub: a pub that was built in Ireland and shipped overseas before being rebuilt? Raglan Road’s owners have built pubs all over the world but this is their best yet. Here there’s a genuine, deep-down focus is on an extraordinary Irish experience complete with the attitude, the warmth, the friendliness.
You see, Raglan Road is a real Irish bar, a genuine Victorian-style Dublin pub that was conceived by an Irishman. It was built in Dublin by Irish craftspeople using Irish materials and is filled with Irish furniture, fittings, antiques and art.
It’s also filled with Irish chefs, barmen, servers, musicians, dancers, bands, food, drink, stories, banter, song, and laughter.
If you’ve ever wanted to experience a real Irish bar without flying 8 hours to Dublin, then come to Raglan Road. It’s as Irish as Irish could be.
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