Fáilte go dtí John’s Bar & Haberdashery

Enter through the modern facade on Thomas St and step back in time. John’s Bar is a mish mash of salvaged seating, cosy nooks, crannies, snugs, and a long central bar counter filled to the brim with beverages, old school sweets, and haberdashery bits and bobs.

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WHAT’S THE STORY?

Thomas Street has a history of distilling, a history of tailoring and a history of being the original home of a pint of plain. At John’s Bar & Haberdashery, we’ve combined both in this cosy pub with a history that dates back to the 16th Century. John’s Bar & Haberdashery opens daily from 12pm serving up booze and burgers from our very own WOWBURGER.

Named after John Creeth, a haberdasher who ran his shop under lease at 61 Thomas St in the 1850s, the pub aims to preserve the history of the Liberties, and celebrate one of its oldest trades. Every crevice in the space is filled with haberdashery essentials, from needles and threads to thimbles and wool, all available for sale.

LIVE MUSIC

Don’t miss our weekly live music sessions!

Every Thursday to Saturday we have live music from trad to soft rock, we have something for everyone.

So why not come soak up the atmosphere, enjoy a pint and join in signing with the rest of the pub! Check out our instagram for performance times.

SUMMER STEAL

Check out the Summer Steal at John’s. Just €11.95 – Wowburger/6 Chicken Bites, fries and a pint. Valid 7 days a week

*Guinness/Heineken/Orchard Thieves

SO WHAT’S ON OFFER?

At John’s Bar & Haberdashery we’re partial to (in no particular order)
Whiskey.
Pints of plain.
Haberdashery bits and bobs.
Burgers in the shape of WOWBURGER.
Places to sit.
Pre gig pints. Post gig pints.
Gansey loads of traditional sweets
A bit of Trad.
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DOG FRIENDLY

Some might argue that dogs are better than people… and we would be absolutely agree, so that is why we are a dog-friendly bar. What could be better than a few scoops, delicious WOWBURGER with your canine companion by your side! We have dog bowls and doggie biscuits for all the good boys who come to visit us here in John’s.