The Dubliner is more than just-another-Irish pub in town for me. In this bar, decorated with some style, obligatory leather sofas and TV screens with sports, you may get all that you like about Irish pubs: a good choice of beers, live Premier League and basketball Euroleague, easy talk behind the bar and an international vibe. Though, you may meet many locals here as well, as it’s on the crossroad of the main Tallinn nightlife routes.
Dubliner is lively from around 21:00 – 22:00. Happy hour prices always sound good to me and my mates. Even better is to add a portion of local potato crisps or garlic bread. After a couple of those rounds it’s already time to socialize and talk gibberish to strangers. And yes, if you worry about ambiance, then rest assured there are no Radio Pops here, only good Irish or alternative music.
During daytime it’s a good place for lunch. The daily offer with a decent portion of chicken or pork with oven potatoes and salad starts from €3. It’s a fair price for Old Town.