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Lincoln's Inn

4.0 from 4 reviews
53.3419839992, -6.2525255978

18-19, Lincoln Place,
Dublin 2, Ireland

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+353 1 676 2978

The famous Lincoln’s Inn located at Lincoln Place, Dublin 2 is one of Dublin's Landmark Bars and has recently been lovingly reinstated as close to its original splendour as possible. Closely working with Trinity College & Dublin City Council great care has been taken to conserve and repair many of the existing historical features.

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4 Reviews

Lincoln's Inn was first reviewed by Mike B. on 03 September 2008

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Joe B. Member since: August 2008 60 Reviews

Lives 217.17 km from Lincoln's Inn


This pub has improved greatly since its revamp. Extortionate prices have given way to sensible prices that make it more student accessible. Food was good but seems to have stopped being open at lunchtime. Great spot if you want to escape the packed athmosphere of Pav or Kennedys.

Keywords: pub, tcd

Reviewed on: 14 Feb 2009

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John S. Member since: January 2009 18 Reviews

Lives 5.2 km from Lincoln's Inn


It's difficult to figure out who the target market is for the new Lincoln. At 5.30pm on a Friday evening you'll find an even split of local office crowds and TCD students. The latter seem slightly more numerous these days than when the Thomas Read group opened the bar, and the Ron Blacks-style pricing has gradually given way to Foster's promotions.

The layout of the pub is unusual - you'd expect plenty of standing room in the long narrow rooms, but it's full of small tables making the pub awkward to navigate. The place also never appears very busy and seems to empty out at 8pm on Fridays as office crowds head for Dawson Street. As Rory says, this makes it good for a quick pint on a Friday without a queue. But Kennedy's around the corner is a cheaper and more lively option.

Keywords: pub, bar

Reviewed on: 06 Jan 2009


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