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The Forty Foot, Dublin

(3/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • No locals were having a dip the cold February day we stopped by but still a fun quick trip to make. Got a couple of nice photos and a cool drive through a nice tourist town. 
  • Lovely place to stretch your legs, from the harbour wall to the forty foot. Christmas day, St Stephens day and new year are a real blast. No matter how cold it gets those hardy Dubliners are in the wa...  more »
  • After a cold day sailing we were excited for a hardy lunch. Food had to be ordered at the bar. After ordering, I was surprised how fast it came to the table. I have waited longer at a McDonalds for an...  more »
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  • Really great views and the interior is nice but lacks atmosphere. Prices are very cheap. Drinks range great but food quality is poor.
  • Nice family pub with atmosphere. Great location overlooking the Dun Luore bay area, great at night to spend time. Gets crowded on weekends, they have a variety on grub too, spent a few evenings there, enjoyed. Rates are OK too with quick service.
  • It's a weatherspoons which makes it feel like a macdonalds for alcohol but having said that it's still a bar and the pints are the cheapest you'll find. Of course, that isn't everything when it comes to a bar experience. The staff were friendly and the presence of burly bouncers was both reassuring and intimidating simultaneously. There are however spectacular views from the balcony that want me to add an extra star but I just can't because it's a weatherspoons.
  • Can't beat these prices, defo the cheapest place to get drinks in Dublin and situated just one minute from Dun Laoghaire Dart Station. Food is average at best though. Burgers are grand.
  • It's a pub, not a Michelin star restaurant, meaning, expect honest food, the staff is a bit overworked but still manages to remain friendly. The food prices are a slightly high albeit understandable considering the location. Had a Rarebit burger and a Cotton Ball's Kerry lane pale ale. The beer was great and my only regret, mainly due to my own fault, the hamburger was overcooked. I prefer rare to medium rare.