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.
— The Liberties Dublin (@libertiesdublin) June 28, 2022
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.
— Arthur's Blues & Jazz Club (@ArthursPub) June 28, 2022
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