The Bleeding Horse
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The Bleeding Horse is a well known Dublin city centre pub, with a history that goes back centuries, first opening its doors back in 1649. The Bleeding Horse has a central location, minutes walk from all of Dublins main tourist attractions.
The Bleeding Horse has a history that goes back centuries, first opening its doors to Dublin punters way back in 1649. With the help of a few pints, however, the exposed timbers, high ceilings and the minstrel gallery can conjure up the image of a medieval banqueting hall. The present building dates from 1871; the interior was renovated in 1992.
The Bleeding Horse is popular with nearby office workers and a good crowd usually congregates to take advantage of the late night bar every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Located on Camden Street, The Bleeding Horse is minutes walk from Stephens Green, Grafton Street and St Patricks Cathedral as well as multiple transport links.