16,783 Of The Best Pubs to Watch the Open and Enjoy a Kick Ass Lunch

16,783 Of The Pubs to Watch the Open and Enjoy a Kick Ass Lunch

Lunchtimes seldom get as exciting as watching an Irishman trying to win one of sport's biggest prizes. Hotspots.ie are obviously not saying that people will be skiving off work but we do predict a few half days being taken by workers and no doubt given golf's popularity with the better off  - if we were betting we would give odds on that many bosses wont be coming in after lunch either.

Cafe En Seine

Cafe En Seine has a series of bars spanning over 3 floors; the soaring interior is superb with a laid back café style experience. Dublin's most stylish bar. All cocktails are just €5 from Sunday to Thursday and from Wednesday to Saturday the drinking and dancing does not stop till 2.30am. Cafe-En-Seine

Bad Bobs

Bad Bobs has a great late night Dublin party venue scene with fantastic Live Bands, DJs and dancing. Bad Bobs is located in the heart of Temple Bar Dublin. Great selection of world beers and big shiny tellies. Bad-Bobs

Church Cafe Bar, Restaurant and Club

Church Cafe Bar, Restaurant and Club, Dublin's unique venue. Enjoy your favourite tipple or our award winning food in a truly spectacular setting. Super atmosphere to watch live sports day and night. The-Church-Cafe-Bar-Restaurant-and-Club

D2 Dublin, Bar, Garden and Nightclub

D2 is Dublin's leading sports bar which boasts an incredible atmosphere and the ability to broadcast all sporting matches on over 20 screens not to mention our monster 20ft screen located in our Beer Garden. Dtwo-Bar-Garden-Nightclub

Harrys on the Green

Harrys on the Green is inspired by below street level New York style bars and today creates an environment in which “to see and be seen.” Super cocktails. Located on King Street, just off Grafton Street. Harrys-On-The-Green

Porterhouse Central

Located on Nassau Street at the bottom of Grafton Street with access off Adam Court. Porterhouse Central Dublin what is possibly the longest bar in Ireland. Big screens in abundance and fabulous food. the-porterhouse-central-good-friday

 Sinnotts Bar

The venue has 14 large screens throughout the Bar providing our customers with a state of the art audio visual system, allowing us to show multiple games simultaneously. Sinnotts-bar

The Boars Head

Boars Head is ideal for watching live sport, as it has two big screens and a great atmosphere. Boars Head is an ideal place to celebrate parties. A favourite watering hole of Shane Lowry's. The-Boars-Head

37 Dawson Street

Set right in the heart of the city; 37 Dawson Street is easily one of the best places to eat in Dublin. The venue provides a distinctive offering of food and drinks in exquisite surroundings! Also a favourite watering hole of golfer Shane Lowry. 37-dawson-st-k-club-irish-open

The Bridge1859

The Bridge 1859  is one of the few bars where you can hear the roar of a try as it’s grounded from either the Aviva or the RDS. That’s quite handy as the bar is owned by popular Dublin publican Noel Anderson and Irish Rugby royalty Rob and Dave Kearney, Jamie Heaslip and Sean O’Brien. 
An extensive food menu is available all day with the award winning Weekend Brunch a popular choice to get some fuel for the excitement of watching the Irish lads in action. The Bridge also has the exclusive contract for  Pilsner Urquell’s revolutionary tank beer system.” It allows to us to serve fresh unpasteurised beer to the customer” In the words of brewmaster Vaclav Berka,  “Beer is the best in the cellar of the brewery –  that’s where it’s going to be at its freshest and why visiting breweries is the place to go to get the tastiest beer. But not everyone can get to Plzen so we have instead brought the beer to The Bridge 1859.
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