Fare: Irish Pub
Noise Level: High during peak times
Overall Rating: 1 1/2 Stars
Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 Star = poor to Four stars = Best in Class
A great place to meet up with friends for drinks, some pub food, and live Irish music.
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy pub food and Irish beer in an energetic atmosphere
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer a low keyed tavern atmosphere
Recommended dishes: When available, The Dublin House Burger; The Corn Beef & Cabbage; and the Homemade Shepherds Pie.
Liquor: Full bar service with extensive selection of Irish beers and Guinness on tap. Vibrant bar scene
The Dublin House Pub is located in the center of downtown Red Bank in an historical Victorian building refurbished to the create an Irish Pub festive atmosphere.
The "Dub" as it is called by it's regulars, is a great place to join friends to grab a pint or more of Irish beer for a fun night out.
It's especially popular on St. Patrick's Day and for watching Irish soccer, rugby, and the World Cup.
The food is typical of what you would expect of an Irish Pub --- not extraordinary, though not bad either.
The reason you come here is for it's festive Irish atmosphere and good Irish brews.
Live entertainment is provided on Thursdays @9pm & Sundays @7pm
In the warmer months you can eat out and have drinks on the attractive front and back patios.
You can conveniently park in the White Street parking lot behind the Pub.
The Dublin House Pub is open daily from 11am - 2am
The kitchen is open Sunday - Thursday 11am - 10pm; Friday & Saturday 11am -12pm
They have an energetic happy hour from 4 pm to 6 p.m, Monday - Friday, with a dollar discount on beer and mixed drinks
The Dublin House Pub accommodates private parties for 10 to 100 people..
(updated: October, 2016)
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