Written by Jane Marshall 06/07/2019 OnlyMediaPress
Small bi·jou pub in the heart of the Dublin Mountains on the way up to Johnny Foxes Pub. Situated at Barnacullia, Sandyford, Dublin 18
The bus stop for the 44b is right outside. It has a warm turf fire that just makes it feel you are at home. The smallest pub I’ve seen so far but everyone was so friendly.
Staff are really nice. Ordered two pints of Guinness and two toasted sandwiches. The pint of Guinness cost €4.60 which by far is the cheapest price of a pint and the toasted ham and cheese sandwich with crisps on the side cost €3 each which isn’t bad at all. They could bring more than mustard to the table. What was amazing was the photos you see on the web are nothing like what you witness yourself when you are here yourself.
Music starts at 9.30pm which is kind of late. Toilets were clean and incredibly spotless. Some parts are wheelchair accessible. The view is stunning on a sunny day. It is smaller in size, limited choice of food at the moment but the atmosphere is cosy.
The 44b is not bad getting up to the place but to get back its disappeared altogether. Its like a ghost bus!!
We would score it 3 out of five.