The Old Storehouse Bar and Restaurant
Crown Alley, Temple BarDublin 2
Here at The Old Storehouse we are committed to providing our customers with quality service and entertainment at affordable prices. We are renound for live music 7 days per week with no admission charges.
The Old Storehouse is a Classic Irish Bar in the heart of Dublin's Cultural Quarter - Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
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Reviewed 29th August 2017 (visited 26 August 2017 )
It was really good food with live music at any time, even if it was crowded we were attended for a really nice waitress, efficient and good. Good value as its location.
Reviewed 06th May 2015 (visited 4 April 2015 )
Lovely atmosphere. Live music in background. Staff very friendly. Food was good. Great place to bring tourist visiting temple bar. Would highly recommend
Reviewed 28th October 2014 (visited 27 October 2014 )
Brilliant place. Went there for post-marathon meal with family and friends...brilliant. Food excellent, service excellent, not much else to said really. Excellent....head is sore this morning though (not sure I can really put them at fault for that!)
Reviewed 09th December 2013 (visited 5 December 2013 )
Just perfect. Great food, lovely waiters, amazing live music, not expensive at all... I absolutely recommend it!
Reviewed 11th August 2013 (visited 4 August 2013 )
The only pub in Dublin i like to go back again and again.... Food is cheap and service good, live music and the mussels in white wine sauce are the best i have had.
Reviewed 10th January 2011 (visited 17 December 2010 )
Service is excellent, but let down by the poor quaility of food, chicken gougons were obviosly frozen, and we were unable to eat them. Chips not great either.
Reviewed 23rd November 2010 (visited 1 November 2010 )
This is a lovely cosy bar in temple bar. I went there with my girlfriend and we both agreed it was excellent.It was nice and private and quiet so it made for a great intimate atmosphere. Staff were very plesent and friendly. Service was quite slow but not outrageously so. Food was great. The menu here I thought was quite varried for a pub menu. I had chicken liver patte to start and it was perfect! The menu was very cheap too! Special offers were available if I remember correctly. Great selection of wines and cocktails too. Hope to return nect time I'm in Dublin!
Reviewed 14th July 2010 (visited 3 July 2010 )
Cheap and cheerfull!. I chose here because they were doing a special at the time which was €13 for any main and a pint. I got the fish and chips with side of mushy peas and delishious side salad. It was delivered in a novel way still in a deep fat frier mesh as if it was straight out of your frier. The batter of the fried cod was too doughy but the chips were ok. The service was friendly but i needed to ask for any sign of the drinks a while after i placed my order otherwise i suspect i would have recieved it with the meal rather than before as they werent that busy. I would reccomend for a small group of 4 as a place where you can get some grub in. I ate downstairs as its brighter and quieter than upstairs which is like a jungle with the big speakers booming.
Reviewed 26th March 2010 (visited 3 March 2010 )
Went to 3 Crown Alley with a friend one evening a few weeks ago, we were only going for a pint but when we seen the food coming out of the kitchen temptation won. I went for the fish and chips, my friend getting the Guinness pie. What I liked most about the fish and chips was its simplicity. Just perfect, the chips were amazing. The pie looked amazing too. Couldn't lie and say it was the healthiest food but its good to be bold when it comes to food! All quite good value in a friendly pub, will be visited again.
Reviewed 22nd March 2010 (visited 15 March 2010 )
I would recommend this eatery to anyone looking for some good pub grub at a reasonable price... The food is homely and comforting. my favourite to get is the fish a chips, server in a (clean) deep fat fryer basket. the chips are the best in Dublin (which they advertise on the windows). the stew is delicious and served with home made brown bread. they serve great homemade burgers and their chick wings are to die for! all in all a brilliant deal offering €5 for starters and €10 for mains, or €13 for mains and a beer.