The Dubliner

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45 Stone Street, New York, NY, USA - (212) 785-5400

The Dubliner New York Reviews

Glynnes Glynnes
125 reviews
The Dubliner Jan 20, 2012
The Dubliner is a wonderful Irish pub located in the Financial District of Manhattan. While The Dubliner is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner until 2am, it is the Saturday and Sunday 11am to 4pm Brunch menu that is not to be missed. In the summer, the outdoor seating is a great way to enjoy your meal or drinks. The bartenders at The Dubliner are truly welcoming and they know how to mix it up.

The Dubliner, 45 Stone Street (between Coenties Aly and Mill Lane), New York, NY 10004 (212-785-5400)


Direction: 2 or 3 Train to Wall Street, 4 or 5 Train to Bowling Green, N or R Train to Whitehall Street/South Ferry, J or Z Train to Broad Street in Manhattan
The Dubliner, 45 Stone Street (bet…
The Dubliner, 45 Stone Street (bet…
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HuBison says:
Ahhh, I see-I'm not a beer drinker. Only hard liquor touches this liver!
Posted on: Jan 23, 2012
Glynnes says:
Every brunch meal comes with a pint of Guinness;-} Anyway I enjoyed their Irish Oatmeal, which I was told they import directly from Ireland.
Posted on: Jan 21, 2012
HuBison says:
What makes Irish brunch so good?
Posted on: Jan 21, 2012
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