The Barge Inn

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42 Charlemont Street, Dublin, Ireland
(01) 475 1869

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Jun 07, 2005
The Barge is not just your ordinary Pub. Actually from the outside it is nothing special at all. Late afternoon will find many sitting outside enjoying a beer or whatever.

But inside is a totally different story. This is a three-story mega Pub with bars on each floor. On the main floor there are fireplaces, flanked by chairs. Upstairs there are nooks and crannies for a more private meal and larger areas for groups and parties. All done in brick and wood and quite nice.

The staff was very fun and quite helpful.

We ate the Chicken Parmiseano, with a small salad, rice and boiled potatoes, and finished with hot apple pie and ice cream. Very nice meal. 
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Purdy says:
Been in here a few times right next door to the Hilton too! Great on a sunny day! Nice atmosphere and great food - good sized portions too!
Posted on: May 29, 2006
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A Pub, but a very nice Pub! Jun 07, 2005
The Barge, is a pretty nice Pub sitting across the street from the Holton Hotel in Dublin. You will see quite a crowd gathered outside every afternoon when the weather is nice. This is apparently a very good gathering spot. But the look outside is nothing compared to the interior. This three story huge pub has bars on each floor and there are fireplaces, places for large groups, and lots of cozy nooks and crannies for a more private meal or drink. All of the interior is done in brick and wood and is very warm and inviting. The staff was fun and helpful. We had the Chicken Parmeseano, with a small salad, rice and boiled potatoes, and hot apple pie and ice cream for dessert. A very nice meal.
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