Murray’s is a traditional Irish pub in the heart of Dublin with live music and Irish dancing every week. Enjoy a creamy pint of Guinness and a hearty meal in our comfortable lounge, or watch the match in the largest heated beer garden in Dublin. Wondering where to eat in Dublin? Our chefs prepare traditional Irish food, as well as modern international cuisine so why not try our famous Beef and Guinness Pie. As well as our famous grill dishes we offer a wide range of traditional Irish-inspired dishes, and some international tastes (mainly traditional Slovak/Czech/Hungarian/Italian inspired). Special offers and extra dishes are posted on the blackboard outside our front door.
Situated on Dublin’s O’Connell Street, Murray’s Bar features a comfortable and cosy, traditional Irish bar and lounge, complete with a stage for our regular award winning live Irish music and dance performances which is on 7 days a week with no cover charge. Upstairs, we screen sports from every corner of the world on our high definition and 3D screens all 16 of them. The upstairs bar can also be booked for private events and gig nights.
Have your party, wedding reception or private gig at Murray’s. Party, function and gig rooms are available for private hire!
- Irish Dancing, Dj, Karaoke or live music is available
- Select your own food menu
- Tour groups welcome
No party too big or too small! Enquire Now
History of Murray’s Bar
In 1908, Grandma Murray opened Murray’s Pub here at 33 Upper O’Connell Street. Until 1924, the street was known as “Sackville Street”. It was renamed in honour of Daniel O’Connell, a Nationalist leader of the early 19th Century whose statue stands at the lower end of the street, facing O’Connell Bridge. O’Connell Street has often been centre-stage in Irish history. It formed the backdrop to the great 1913 Dublin Lockout gathering, the 1916 Easter Rising, the Irish Civil War of 1922 and the destruction of Nelson’s Pillar in 1966. By the end of the 19th Century, Upper Sackville Street had developed into a commercial hub. Bars, restaurants and hotels, many of which are here to this day, began to open for business. Here at Murray’s we’ve been serving the people of Dublin for over 100 years. Best of all, Grandma Murray’s descendants still run the pub to this day!