The Dublin Village Tavern

Written by on October 11, 2012 in Bars, Burbs - 1 Comment

The Dublin Village Tavern is a little piece of Ireland tucked away in Dublin, Ohio.

The Dublin Village Tavern used to be one of the first Post Offices in town, but underwent renovation in 1998 to become Dublin’s favorite pub. With a menu of standard pub fare and Irish classics such as Corn Beef and Cabbage and Bangers & Mash, Dublin Village Tavern is a perfect place to escape for a little switch of the continent to enjoy dinner and drinks with family and friends.

Dublin Village Tavern offers Happy Hour Monday – Thursday from 3-7 o’clock. They also have daily 20 oz. draught pour special with rotating Irish favorites like Guinness, Kilkenny and Smithwicks.

Not thirsty for a pint? Dublin Village Tavern presents a selection of Irish spirit cocktails such as The Black Nail, an Irish whiskey on the rocks served with a twist of orange, The Celtic Cosmos, and The Tully Tea.

At the Whiskey Bar, single malt selections between ten and eighteen years of age are available. And, to complete the full circle of palate entertainment, an after dinner cocktail menu is offered with Irish coffee, an espresso chocolate martini, and specialty select ports.

Here’s to the luck of the Irish for stumblin’ in on this village tavern!

This is a guest post by Morgan Treni. Morgan is a recent graduate of the Ohio Wesleyan University. She holds a degree in Non-Fiction Writing and enjoys writing about all things flavorful and colorful.

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One Comment on "The Dublin Village Tavern"

  1. John Schumacher October 11, 2012 at 2:24 PM · Reply

    Love the Dublin Village Tavern; don’t get up there nearly as much when I worked in Dublin, but this is a nice reminder to visit!

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