True Irish Pub
Located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, The Dublin House is a lasting relic from times gone by serving the freshest Guinness on tap.
Opened during the Prohibition era of the 1920s by the Caraway family, the Dublin House has remained a landmark in the area of what it means to be a true Irish pub.
Officially operating as a pub since 1933 in the post-prohibition era, its neon harp has remained a beacon in the area for those seeking respite from the craziness of the city around them.
Irish owned and operated for 100 years, the Dublin House was often the first thing sailors docking at 79th Street Boat Basin saw.
Celebrating 100 Years!
While the world around us has changed, you can count on the same ambiance & charm The Dublin House has provided for the past 100 years,
making it one of the last true Irish pubs in New York City