This haven of comfort is dedicated to the late Peter Connolly and is athrowback to the era of the traditional Victorian bar, and here you will find an atmosphere that reverberates to an unique blend of Dublin charm and individuality. The ramble through here is a crash course in local history courtesy of the old prints along the wall.
Here you will find plenty of stained glass, brass and mahogany partitions, the hallmarks of the Victorian pub. Behind the bar there is even an old clock from before Peter Connolly's time. The centrepiece of of the Lounge is a beautifully stained glass leaded mural depicting a scene from Dublin's 17th century fish markets.