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The Horseshoe Bar

The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin Horseshoe Bar

The Horseshoe Bar

We are committed to adhering to all government directives therefore all Food & Beverage outlets consisting of; The Saddle Room Restaurant, No.27 Bar, The Horseshoe Bar, The Lord Mayor's Lounge and 1824 Bar are closed until March 29th.  The safety of our associates, guests and the wider community is paramount at this time.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the hotel on +353 1 6634500

 

One of The Shelbourne's treasures - The Horseshoe Bar has always been a destination, an institution and a living history of Irish society. From business and politics to the arts, it has been home to some of Ireland's most fascinating characters since 1957. A warm and intimate bar for a perfect pint of plain, a beloved local whiskey or a well-built martini. The curved brass-trimmed bar and rich red walls create an atmospheric setting where the customer is only a few feet from the bartender and the next round.

Opening Hours

  • Monday: CLOSED
  • Tuesday and Wednesday: 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM
  • Thursday: 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM
  • Friday: 3:00 PM - 01:30 AM
  • Saturday: 1:00 PM - 01:30 AM
  • Sunday: 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
 
The Shelbourne Horseshoe Menu

The Shelbourne's warmly atmospheric and historic whiskey bar.

The Shelbourne, an iconic landmark itself, is always keen to mark history and celebrate tradition. With its fascinating, illustrious heritage, and particular place within Irish history, it is only natural, that The Horseshoe Bar at The Shelbourne should also choose to celebrate another important tradition and one of the country's finest products - Irish whiskey.
WHISKEY TASTING
Whiskey Tasting
The Shelbourne, an iconic landmark itself, is always keen to mark history and celebrate tradition. With its fascinating, illustrious heritage, and particular place within Irish history, it is only natural, that The Horseshoe Bar at The Shelbourne should also choose to celebrate another important tradition and one of the country's finest products - Irish whiskey.
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