The Laurels

Phone: 01 457 0833

thelaurelsclondalkin.ie

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The Laurels
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Phone
01 457 0833
Website
thelaurelsclondalkin.ie
Address
Main Street, Clondalkin, Dublin
 

restaurant

bar

pub


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Comfort, fun, community spirit, great atmosphere - The Laurels has it all - and great drinks, food, customers and crew. When Louis Fitzgerald refurbished The Laurels, he designed a premises that was modern and functional, but kept the traditional feeling, It had an unorthodox layout of split-level lounges and bars that added to the character of the pub - and it never feels empty even when it's on the quiet side. The main lounge area is warm and spacious and has a magnificent old stone fireplace. It also has a back bar fitting that was imported in from an antique dealer in Chicago. The fitting was originally at home in a famous hotel in Chicago that Al Capone ran his business from. The upper lounge while also keeping the traditional feel is where you can hear some of the best live music in Dublin at the weekends. The public bar located at the rear of the building is full of the old Clondalkin character with senior barman Kieran Gavin still holding the reigns after 25 years. Here you can enjoy a range of sports on the big screen TV's including horse racing, football and GAA.

  • Business profile

    Comfort, fun, community spirit, great atmosphere - The Laurels has it all - and great drinks, food, customers and crew. When Louis Fitzgerald refurbished The Laurels, he designed a premises that was modern and functional, but kept the traditional feeling, It had an unorthodox layout of split-level lounges and bars that added to the character of the pub - and it never feels empty even when it's on the quiet side. The main lounge area is warm and spacious and has a magnificent old stone fireplace. It also has a back bar fitting that was imported in from an antique dealer in Chicago. The fitting was originally at home in a famous hotel in Chicago that Al Capone ran his business from. The upper lounge while also keeping the traditional feel is where you can hear some of the best live music in Dublin at the weekends. The public bar located at the rear of the building is full of the old Clondalkin character with senior barman Kieran Gavin still holding the reigns after 25 years. Here you can enjoy a range of sports on the big screen TV's including horse racing, football and GAA.

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