I'm still quite listful.
The Porterhouse (formerly Judge Roy Beans) - Like the Bada Bing, without the Bing.
The Bailey - Where formerly great pubs go to die.
The Dawson Lounge - Contrary to popular mention, nobody has ever tried to swing a cat therein.
The Chatham Cocktail Lounge - Nearys, but on a Friday night.
MacTurcaills - Eighteen yellow walls surrounding nothing at all.
Kehoes - Needs more red lit snugs.
The Stag's Head - All shadow drunks and substance.
The Long Hall - The slow pint.
Knightsbridge - Diddly squalor.
Mulligans - Not as friendly as it thinks it is.
Bowes - The seat by the window.
Flannerys - Mecca for muckers.
The Globe - You might drink there, despite yourself.
The Sackville Lounge - Sponsored by Racing UK.
Dicey Reillys - Coppers for bankers.
Coppers - Diceys for guards and lonely primary school mistresses.
Sheehans - Always seats available.
Noo Bar - Somebody really ought to apologise.
The International Bar - The great unwashed.
The George - Kooks and trannies.
Peter's Pub - Nobody has ever met Peter.
The Hairy Lemon - Be still my beating remortgage.
Chaplins - A fine pub for a break-up.
The Bank - Those waitresses!
Le Cirk - Winner of 'the best Dublin pub that used to be a Centra' award for 2009.
O'Neills, Suffolk Street - Was only in there looking for a way out of there.
O'Neills, Pearse Street - Can't see for the suits.
Doyles - Leave your sobriety at the door.
Q Bar - Not in a fit.
Messrs Maguire - The pub that 2001 forgot.
The Palace Bar, Fleet Street - One's raison d'etre.