History-steeped - the premises have been licenced for over 300 years - and right across the road from Dublin’s biggest tourist information office, O’Neill’s is very much a Dublin pub. The convivial crowd is a nice mix of local Dubliners of different ages to out-of-towners and tourists. Lively on weekends, but never in your face, you’ll always find a nice corner or snug. Chow down to the award-winning Trad Irish carvery (daily 10:30 - 22:30), and kick up your heels to some Trad Irish music every Sun and Mon night. Sports fans should make a beeline for the bar on match days and imbibe the impassioned atmosphere with fellow fans. With several floors, and more than its share of nooks and crannies, if you’re meeting friends there, bring your phone.