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29th Jun 2022

‘To Arthur!’ – Popular Liberties pub to reopen after extensive renovations

Fiona Frawley

exterior shot of a black and white pub with hanging baskets and a sign that reads "Arthurs"

Proudly positioned as the closest pub geographically to the Guinness Storehouse, Arthurs of Thomas Street is set to open its doors in July after a series of “extensive renovations”.

The popular blues and jazz club hosts live music 5-7 nights a week, and has been described by Dublin by Pub as “an idyllic interpretation of our preferred design specifications”.

The Liberties Dublin page shared the news of the reopening on Twitter, writing:

To Arthur! Delighted to hear that the favourite waterhole and foodie spot on Thomas Street will be reopening on 7th July. We have missed you. 

Regulars took to the comments section to express their delight, with one person writing “Roll on the Christmas jazz gigs!” – officially beating out Brown Thomas with the ahead-of-schedule festive excitement. To be fair, we all need something to look forward to.

Arthurs will reopen on Thursday, 7th July and is currently on the look out for a Head Chef for its popular kitchen.

We look forward to making our way through the iconic black and white doors once more for creamy pints, creamier jazz and a hefty serving of pub grub. It’s what we need and deserve.

Header image via Twitter/thelibertiesdublin

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