WHO WE AREDublin born and bred
serVING Dublin FOR TWO CENTURIES
The Lincoln’s inn is an old school Dublin pub in every sense of the word. we pride ourselves on friendly service and a comfortable atmosphere, not to mention a quality pint. If you’ve walked past the door a million times on your way home or have been visiting for the past 60 years your experience is the same.
As with most iconic and beautiful places we are responsible for playing match maker with the most noteworthy being when James Joyce met the lovely Nora Barnacle in June, 1904. Much has changed around this side of Trinity College over the years but the interior still holds true with high ceilings, stone pillars, original lighting fixtures and marble bar counters.
The Lincoln’s Inn caters for all whether your in for a quiet drink after visiting The National Gallery or a traditional home cooked meal after walking through town all day. If you like traditional music we host live music on Thursday nights with our very own Dublin legends The Liffey Tones and something a bit more modern on Saturday nights. We house a quality collection of beers, wines, spirits, cocktails and most importantly whiskey.