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Cassidy's Bar

Cassidy's Bar
Westmoreland St,
Dublin 2,
D02 PX77
Phone: +353 1 670-8604

Local Information: Temple Bar, Co. Dublin

About Cassidy's Bar

  • Cassidy's Bar
  • Cassidy's Bar

Cassidy's Bar, established in 1856, was once the Irish Freeman's Journal - the oldest national newspaper in Ireland which harboured some of the leaders of the 1916 rising.

Renowned for Bill Clinton's visit in 1995. Cassidy's is owned and personally run by Bill's cousins.

Cassidy's is a real Irish bar with a bohemian atmosphere serving wholesome traditional and international food all day. There are three floors with Jazz in the basement, a piano bar and mezzanine area.

There is a host of entertainment to be had with traditional Irish music being played regularly through out the week along with some of Ireland's finest musicians performing a variety of modern sounds.

With function rooms available and a series of large screen and plasma TVs, Cassidy's can cater to your every need. So drop in for an Irish welcome good conversation great craic and music. You might be lucky enough to meet cousin Bill if he is in town.

Cassidy's Bar Map

Note: Map is an approximate indication ONLY. Please contact Cassidy's Bar for directions and precise location prior to your visit.

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