Hedigan’s The Brian Boru is conveniently located close to Glasnevin Cemetery, Croke Park and the Botanical Gardens on the banks of The Royal Canal and is stepped in history.
Not only does it derive its name from Brian Boru, High King of Ireland, who camped at the site with his army prior to his victorious Battle of Clontarf, fought on Good Friday 1014, but world renowned writer James Joyce mentions the pub in his tour de force Ulysses.
The Brian Boru Pub now is one of Dublin’s most vibrant pubs with music weekly, a thriving golf society, plus an intimate performance venue, a large HD screen for sports events and of course great drink and food.
The pub boost a large beer garden, a cozy snug, a large lounge area that surrounds the bar.
One of The Brian Boru pub trump cards is the amble free to customer parking at the rear of the pub.