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The Big Tree, Dublin

(a few reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I always thought that 543 was the street number and it was only after I uploaded this photograph did I realise that that the claim is that this pub was established in the year 543 - maybe the '1' is m...  more »
  • Visited here late Saturday 12th November 2016.. The place was a hub of activity and music, one part of the pub was a hen night who seemed to be enjoying themselves, the rest of the pub was busy, music...  more »
  • Used to be a regular haunt back in university days,but time hasn't been kind. Went after a recent match at Croke Park - was like being in Fight Club,though the first rule of this one should be "don't ...  more »
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  • Well worth a visit. Many Dublin Pubs claim to be one of the oldest in the city or the country and why should the Big Tree be any different. The owners claim that their pub has been in business for more than 500 years making it one of the oldest pubs in the city of Dublin. “There has been an Inn and later a Tavern on this site since 1453. It grew to fame as the “Rose Tavern” back in late medieval days and is mentioned in all worthy historical accounts of those times.”
  • A real irish pub to watch a gaa match in....jerseys are a must!
  • Great for the GAA.
  • No food, no snacks, just alcohol..dirty, filthy seats, tables. Avoid this place !!!
  • Great atmosphere especially when there is GAA matches. Live music usually after big matches