Located in the heart of Beggars Bush, Slattery’s Pub is passionate about providing an enjoyable experience to everyone that walks through it’s doors. Ideally located a 3 minute walk from the Aviva Stadium, on the DART line and just 15 minutes from Dublin City Centre, Slattery’s is the perfect spot to meet for a few drinks.
While sports fans can be sure there is no better place to enjoy a match, those seeking a great space for after-work drinks don’t need to look any further. Our ‘Thursday’s Tonic’ evenings are prefect for mid-week relief, with groups flocking to Slattery’s for selected G&T deals. With five separate bar areas, patrons can enjoy each area’s charm and atmosphere whether they’re looking for a quiet drink, an evening out or the ideal spot to watch the match.
An avid rugby pub, Slattery’s Pub was destined to be the iconic match day pub it has become. Quietly opening on a Friday in November 1989, the following day saw Ireland take on the All Blacks on Slattery’s doorstep, Lansdowne Road Stadium. Sparking an electric moment that would stay with Irish rugby fans forever, Willie Anderson led the Irish team, arm in arm, towards the All Blacks as they performed the Haka, coming face to face with the mighty team.
Slattery’s boast a family history of over 85 years experience in the business, with connections to Slattery’s Pub in Rathmines, resulting in expert service, brilliant atmosphere and the best pints around.