Ever try a Mongolian beer? Porterhouse offers Baa Dog at 5.0% alcohol by volume. How about trying Keo from Cyprus, or Windhoek from Namibia? Better still, bring in a full bottle of a beer the Porterhouse doesn’t already have and they’ll reward you with a free pint! Wine, cocktails, coffee, and coffee drinks are also available. Most beers are priced about $3-5 for a pint, although there are some of the more exotic ones that are a bit pricier.
If you’re hungry, try the oysters, or perhaps the nachos. Food is served from 5:00 PM to 9:30 PM except for weekends and bank holidays, when it is served all day. Prices range from about $4 for the potato wedges to about $16 for a Porterhouse steak.
I spent much of New Year’s Eve here and had a great time; lots of good craic (conversation) with the locals, as well as live music. The staff is young and friendly, and while this is a place popular with the younger crowd, there were a number of "over 40’s" as well.
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January 6, 2002
From journal Dublin: Baile A’tha Cliath
by lucia gismondi
September 10, 2002
From journal two days in Dublin
by angie cadie
Aberdeen , United Kingdom
March 11, 2003
From journal Irish Party