O'Connell's Bar & Restaurant
30 Bachelors Walk (Beside O'Connell Bridge), City Centre NorthDublin 1
The flashy interior decor and cool runway-style seating area bridge upstairs make this one of Dublin's more distinct and funky bars.
|Mon||10:30am - 11:30pm|
|Tue||10:30am - 11:30pm|
|Wed||10:30am - 11:30pm|
|Thu||10:30am - 11:30pm|
|Fri||10:30am - 2:00am|
|Sat||10:30am - 2:00am|
|Sun||12:00pm - 11:00pm|
Casual Dining, Fish & Chips, International, Irish, Pub Grub, Traditional Irish
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Reviewed 30th November 2014 (visited 29 November 2014 )
Great spot, will be back.
Reviewed 28th November 2014 (visited 27 November 2014 )
Food was Lovely the Guinness was just as good. I would Recommend this Pub to my friends.
Reviewed 10th November 2014 (visited 7 November 2014 )
Food was slow to come but worth the wait
Reviewed 07th November 2014 (visited 6 November 2014 )
Very basic food and presentation could be a lot better. Good value for money as we used our Menupages voucher.
Reviewed 03rd November 2014 (visited 1 November 2014 )
Absolutely fabulous food!! We had a voucher for starters and drinks and also ordered two mains. I had the beef and Guinness pie and my partner had the lamb stew. We were both impressed and will definitely be back!! Well Done O'Connells.
Reviewed 02nd November 2014 (visited 22 October 2014 )
This was a good deal. The food and drink provided was excellent. Would purchase this deal again
Reviewed 23rd February 2012 (visited 18 February 2012 )
Ate here last week, I must admit I wasn't expecting much..The food arrived..We had the Beef Pie which was lovely and tender, Id say it has been cooked well for several hours and was "melt in the mouth" and also the Fish of the Day was really good. This place is great value for money, The staff were friendly and the bill came to less than 40 euro with a couple of cocktails/pints as well! Needless to say, Ill will be going back soon!
Reviewed 27th November 2008 (visited 27 November 2008 )
Eat here regularly. Cajun chicken painini is fab! Seriously lovely simple food, quick and easy. Lovely staff. Menu seems to have expanded slightly lately. Would be quick to recommend this place to anyone for cheap, lovely food
Reviewed 16th July 2008 (visited 15 July 2008 )
The food in Panama is really simple but very tasty. There you get a very good value for money. If you are a bit short of cash, try the chicken cesar salad, it will fill you up and its nice and cheap! Great option for the O'Connel st area.
Reviewed 19th March 2008 (visited 12 March 2008 )
I was once a regular in this bar but because of a job change, I no longer visit here as often as I would like. I called in for a bite to eat last week for the first time in a while. I was happy to see that nothing had changed. Still excellent food, friendly service and an enjoyable atmosphere. I would strongly recommend Panama to anyone.
Reviewed 12th February 2008 (visited 1 January 2008 )
Have eaten in here a few times. The spicy wedges are gorgeous. You should see the size of them. Service is quick and staff friendly.
Reviewed 27th November 2007 (visited 9 September 2007 )
I like it here because of its location and it is a good spot to watch football. The seats downstairs is the best for watching the football and eating. Cajun chicken panini is great. They used to have chips with mince and cheese on top, heaven would go more often if they still had it.
Reviewed 18th June 2007 (visited 18 June 2007 )
Panama is a really nice pub/bar place to go. The staff are really friendly, prompt and very courteous. The food is really good and the atmosphere and decor is very nice too. I go here quite a lot and always come back mainly because of the staff and good seating arrangement.