This pub is famous for its music tradition. It was here that the city’s sweethearts - The Dubliners got their start, and since then it has played host to many more famous Irish faces. It continues to host many spontaneous trad sessions and everyone is welcome to join in the singing. It’s a low-key pub but the atmosphere is truly what makes it. On Thur and Fri mingle with the well-heeled as they unwind after their hectic weeks, but be warned, arrive early if you want to find a seat. It’s also a hotspot for sports fans, particularly during the Six Nation’s rugby Tournament. O’Donoghue’s has everything you would expect from a traditional Irish pub – the craic and the ceoil (the fun and music).