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The Bloody Stream
Howth, Co. Dublin
The Bloody Stream is an award winning traditional Irish pub, in the heart of Howth maritime fishing village, in County Dublin. Situated just below the DART station, it is within easy reach of Dublin City centre.

The Bloody Stream pub in Howth, County Dublin, is renowned for its lively atmosphere, great food and good old fashioned Irish craic. This pub's interior is warm and welcoming with a classic old fashioned feel. Its flagged floor, open turf burning fireplace, old enamel signs and bric-a-brac, go back to a bygone era. Their extensive menu includes mouthwatering seafood dishes for which the Wright name is synonymous, using only the freshest ingredients and a superb selection of starters, mains and desserts.

The Bloody Stream have one of the biggest beer gardens in Dublin which can accommodate over 200 people. Their Mediterranean style beer gardens are perfect for those summer afternoons listening to great music and enjoying a drink.

Whether your taste in music is for traditional Irish, jazz, blues, or mainstream popular, each evening the Bloody Stream has something different to offer.

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