NileGuide Expert Says:
The largest of Copenhagen's many Irish pubs
Amagertorv 5, Copenhagen, Denmark
33 32 22 26
Part of the international chain of Irish restaurants and bars, Copenhagen's Dubliner pub is nonetheless a fairly reliable place to find a good mixture of Irish and British ex-pats and visiting tourists. The incredibly central location offers two entrances, one on busy Amagertorv Square on walking street Strøget and the other by the back door on Læderstræde. Aside from the usual draught Guinness and Kilkenny's—supplemented by Danish Tuborg lager—the pub is a great place to enjoy a full cooked breakfast (priced at DKK97, not including a cup of tea to wash it all down) as well as Irish lamb stew and beef and Guinness Pie. Apart from the lively banter, entertainment at the Dubliner includes live sports on the widescreen TV and live music every night of the week.