The rich Irish traditions of storytelling, fun, and music have helped the pub culture become famous over the years. San Diegans can easily partake in the Irish gaiety and enjoy a pint of Uncle Arthur at an authentic pub in the heart of the Gaslamp District at Dublin Square Irish Pub. Open since 2001, Dublin Square continues to impress patrons with the light-hearted atmosphere and wide selection of imported beers.
On a trip to Ireland Owner Samme Ladckie enjoyed Tynan's Pub so much he decided to build an exact replica of Tynan's in San Diego. Dublin Square's authentic dark wood interiors, outdoor patio and carved horseshoe bar are great places to enjoy Irish music and dancers, food and spirits.
Dublin Square offers daily entree specials for $9.99 Sunday through Thursday from 2 to 10:30 p.m. like Guinness Braised Beef and Corned Beef and Cabbage. Drink specials are featured during Happy Hour which goes from 2:00pm to 7:00 p.m. with draft beer beginning at $3, Guinness for $5, and sweet Irish Whiskey for $5. Appetizers are also discounted during these Happy Hour specials with the O'Brien Onion Rings and the Olives, Cheese, and Crackers plates offered for only $3.95.
Live entertainment is featured regularly throughout the month. Locals and regulars compete every Tuesday night during their Pub Quiz and Saturdays are reserved for live music. The Fooks are an authentic Irish rock band that plays energetic and irreverent takes on traditional pub songs and are regular contributors to the lively Wednesday evenings.
Opening at 10 a.m. weekdays and 8 a.m. on the weekends, you can experience a little bit of Irish charm at a traditional pub on 554 4th Ave. every day of the week.
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