What is it?

A dusky Irish pub suited for those looking to knock a few cold ones back over the latest match.

Why go?

As Iceland’s longest-established Irish pub (opened in 1995), The Dubliner is one of the capital’s most recognisable haunts, a dark yet welcoming watering hole that seems to thrive come rain or shine.

The Dubliner’s dark wooden interior is lit primarily by dim wall lamps, candlelight and multiple perched televisions, almost all of which run a constant stream of sports programmings such as the Olympics, darts, the NFL, and the Premier League. Daily happy hour prices compliment this athletic line-up beautifully from noon to 7 PM.   

Credit: The Dubliner Facebook.

For gaming fans, the pub also boasts a darts board and foosball table, and drinkers can enjoy the wide selection of beers and wines on sale, including inexpensive Guinness pour, an essential tipple for lovers of the dark brew, be they in the Emerald Isle or not.

The outside smoking area has a single couch, positioned lovingly beneath a heat lamp, while the remainder of the patio is little more than a stretch of park benches. After a few pints, this doesn’t matter though; nestling beneath the heat lamp is the surest means of making new friends in the cold winter months.


Website: The Dubliner  

WEEKDAY Hours: 12.00 PM – 01.00 AM (HH: 12-07.00 PM)

FRI – SAT Hours: 12.00 PM – 04.30 AM (HH: 12 – 07.00 PM)

Price Range: Beer 1200kr – 1400kr.

Happy Hour: Irish coffee 1500kr, Guinness 800kr, Tuborg 500kr