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Since opening in 2000, the Dublin Village Tavern (27 S. High Street – Historic Dublin) has become a beloved watering hole for locals and visitors alike (try to find the signed picture of George Killian Lett – great grandson founder of Killian’s Brewery in Ireland -who made a visit to the tavern on its first St. Patrick’s Day). The pub recently unveiled a new menu that combines favorites and fresh additions. Here are some of our suggestions:

  • Irish Egg Rolls - filled with corned beef, sauerkraut and Swiss cheese served with a side of 1000 Island
  • Village Chowder – made with Potato, ham and cheese with fresh jalapeños
  • Irish Kettle Dinner - Simmered corned beef, Irish banger, cabbage, carrots, parsley buttered redskins potatoes and pot liquor
  • Guinness BBQ Burger - topped with choice of cheese, bacon & our house B.B.Q. sauce on a toasted Kaiser
  • Braised Beef Shepherd’s Pie - slow cooked in Guinness and red wine with carrots, celery, onion and peas baked under a potato crust
  • Geri’s Mac & Cheese my personal favorite - baked with a blend of cheese and spices (top it with chicken, salmon, hamburger, ect.)
  • Irish Car Bomb Brownies - warm triple chocolate brownie with Guinness-whiskey caramel and Baileys whipped cream
  • Bread and Butter Pudding - served warm with Irish whiskey sauce and whipped cream

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Don't forget to stop by during Happy Hour Monday-Friday where all beer, wine and drinks are $1 off. Try an Irish import on tap!

The Tavern also regularly hosts bands and book signings by local authors. Keep up-to-date by visiting their website at www.thedublinvillagetavern.com or the Dublin Convention & Visitors Bureau.

~Post by Dawn