SPECIALS SUNDAY -THURSDAY

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We carry over 100 beers between cans bottles and tap.

OPEN 365 DAYS A YEAR

Come visit us in the Old Market

“As always you can expect unlimited fun, dancing, and drinking..We are Irish after all!”

 

WE ARE OPEN

Monday – Saturday….. 12:00pm – 2:00am

Sunday …………………..  1:00pm – 2:00am

ST. Pattricks Parade….10:00am – 2:00am

St. Patrick’s Day ……….6:00am-2:00am

WELCOME TO THE DUBLINER PUB

 

“If you can’t get to Dublin to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, there’s a little piece of Ireland nestled underground at 1205 Harney Street in the Old Market, its basement entrance rising out of the sidewalk as suddenly as a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.”

LIVE MUSIC     EVERY WEEK

 

WEEKLY SPECIALS

MONDAY

 Irish Night

 

Smithwicks, Guinness, Harp and select Irish Whiskey shots ……………………………….$4.00

 

TUESDAY

Coronas ……………………………………….$3.00

Domestic Buckets…………………………..$12.00

Red Bull Drinks………………………………$5.00

WEDNESDAY

Micro brew pitchers……………………….$8.00

THURSDAY

PBR Pitchers …………………………………$5.50

PBR pints………………………………………$2.50

 

Music by Chris Shelton

SUNDAY

Service Industry: Half price drink.

Message from the owner

“We’ve been extremely fortunate that it’s been so successful because it’s not like it’s in the middle of a high-traffic area where you drive down the street and go ‘there’s The Dubliner!’,” owner Frank Vance says. “It’s in the basement, there’s a little rock out front and that’s about it.”

 The Dubliner Pub’s patrons “drink up” today, but the building’s original customers were more likely to “hitch up” during its 1894 start as a tack supply business. And no one could “loosen up” there in the days when it housed a mannequin manufacturing company.

 In 1978, Paul McGill purchased the John A. Horbach building, which was named an Omaha landmark in 1979 and is now listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

 They developed the Dubliner’s predecessor, Horbach’s, in the basement space that included the area once used for coal intake and storage. Raising the pub’s profile as the closest thing across the pond to a typical pub in Ireland, the McGills soon renamed the establishment Dubliner Pub and operated it until 1989.

 Vance and his wife Cindy, who also own Cohen & Kelly’s Lounge in West Omaha , bought the popular bar from its second owner in 1999.“For years, my wife and I had heard how much this is like Irish pubs. We thought they were just being polite until we had the opportunity to go to Ireland, and you know what? They were right. 

Frank Vance

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1205 Harney Street
Omaha, NE 68102
(402) 342-5887

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