Sinnotts Bar

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South King Street
Dublin 2

Phone: +353 1 478 4698
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Sinnott’s is situated on South King Street, Dublin and is directly under St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre. We reopened in 1989 after St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre was built.

Sinnott’s is a traditional style bar which is home to a large collection of original literary pictures and prints from a collection of Irish artists and writers, including James Joyce.

You will find no shortage of excellent food at Sinnott’s if you are lucky enough to call around breakfast/lunch/dinner time that is! We are proud to serve you some of the best pub food you will taste in Dublin. Make sure to check out our daily specials or pick anything you like from the a la carte – everything is delicious (our chef guarantees it).

What makes Sinnott’s unique is not only its long history and architecture but the fact that it holds the most comprehensive selection of literary portraits that you are ever likely to see! You will find them all here: Yeats, Shaw, Goldsmith, Swift, Wilde, O’Casey, Beckett, Joyce! Keep an eye out for the original murals (only 2 sets exist in the world) of the Cruiskeen Lawn which was the first Irish column in the Irish Times written by Myles (real name Brian O’Nolan). Sinnott’s is the place to visit for both entertainment and an insight into Irish history, literature, and art.

Opening Hours

Monday – Thursday 10am – 11:30pm
Friday & Saturday 10am – 2:30am
Sunday 12:30 – 11pm