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A mysterious new pub with no name is opening in Dublin 7 this weekend

The lads who brought you Dice are testing a new pub.

THE DICE BAR is a beloved Smithfield haunt, and the lads behind it are branching out with a new pub even closer to the Liffey.


They’ve taken over the pub on the corner of Ellis Street, formerly known as Bigs Bar and the Croppy Acre.

Dice bar owner Keiran Finnerity tells that he only bought the pub last week, but is planning a soft opening over the weekend.

We don’t do grand openings, we’re just getting bodies in and we’ll see how it goes.

Music, we’re told, will be like “Dice bar without the DJ”.

He tells us that a few selective changes have been made to the old pub, but that it boasts the position of being the only pub with a view of the Guinness factory.

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It’s unique in that you can sip a pint while watching the sunset behind the Guinness factory.

So… it all sounds very mysterious, doesn’t it?


They’ll be opening up from 4pm today and tomorrow (Friday and Saturday), then permanently next week.

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