Live it up at The Odeon

Posted on 15th March 2012 by

Built where the old Harcourt Street used to be, The Odeon is a classic example of an Irish super-free house, right in the heart of Dublin.

Serving a variety of quality meals and snacks, The Odeon is perfect for those who want a fancier version of a pub meal with an atmosphere and scenery to match. Traditional Irish ales are on tap here, served in either of the two spacious bars, and Saturday nights are well known for their lively and energetic feel amongst the locals.

The majestic building certainly gives the place a sophisticated and almost magical feeling to the restaurant, and its architecture is an impressive art form in itself.

The Odeon is within walking distance of the famous River Liffey, which means that you can get in some sight seeing too and go for a lovely stroll after what is sure to be an utterly scrumptious meal.

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