Doheny & Nesbitt, one of Dublin's oldest pubs, is situated in the heart of Dublin City Centre. As a protected structure, this listed building is a prime example of a Victorian pub with many unique and interesting architectural features remaining. It is probably the most photographed pub in Dublin.
Doheny & Nesbitt is a haunt for many of the country's leading sports people, musicians, media personalities, artists, politicians and writers. With its three levels of living history and the finest food and drink, this pub is a must for any trip to Dublin.
Doheny & Nesbitt pub was nicknamed by literary and debating circles as the 'The Doheny & Nesbitt School of Economics'. The pub is considered an institution for convivial gatherings and a sanctuary in which to escape the ravages of modern life. Its snugs and mirrored partitions are perfect for secluded conversation and one can easily imagine Ireland's past writers (Yeats, Behan, Shaw) and politicians debating and plotting in these hallowed surroundings. It is a few hundred metres from the old Huguenot cemetery on Merrion Row (1693).
Come and enjoy this welcoming atmosphere.