The Dubliner - Reykjavik
Are you a business owner in Reykjavik?
Promote your business 365 days a year with the #1 Guide to Reykjavik.
- Gain MAXIMUM EXPOSURE with a 'Dedicated Business Profile'
Directions to The Dubliner
Up for live music and a pint? Dubliner is located in Hafnarstræti 4 in downtown Reykjavik. Decorated in a vintage Irish style, this always energetic pub has been one of the citiy´s more popular places for years.
You can relax by a candle light or put on your dance shoes and dance the night away - the choice is yours. To create the right atmosphere there is live music every night.
The Dubliner has a great selection of beer, including the classic Guinness.
You may also like
The Big Lebowski by the Coen brothers is not only a film, it has now become a lifestyle. With the emergence of the Lebowski Bar in Reykjavik, everyone can now be a part o
Den Danske Kro
Theme bars are increasing in popularity in Iceland, especially Reykjavik. We now have Irish pubs, a German bar, English pub and even the Lebowski bar, so naturally we hav
B5 bar/bistro has become a very popular establishment with the locals of the capital. What has made it so popular is the fact that b5 is a multifunctional establishment -
In the mood for a pint? English Pub offers over 35 brands of beer and Whiskey. Whatever your preference - you will find it here. This is also a great place if you woul
One thing you can be sure of then you visit Vegamót is that the place will be crowded. This local hit is usually filled with locals for lunch, dinner and during evenings
Kaldi bar sprung naturally from the Kaldi brewery in 2011 and has since then served the four Kaldi beers on tap, including the very popular unfiltered Kaldi, as well as a
Cafe Paris is one of Reykjavik city's most beloved restaurants and cafes, offering great food from morning to night. Fantastic outdoor seating in the summertime, great se
Snaps is a classic bistro with a strong connection with Danish cuisine, situated at Odinstorg. Start off your weekend with a shrimp cocktail and an ice-cold shot, or "Sna
One of the cornerstones of Kringlan shopping center in Reykjavik is Kringlukrain, an old-line restaurant that first opened on March 1st, 1989, the day beer was legalized
Slippbarinn at Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina has quickly become a local favorite, and is a welcome addition to the harbor area in downtown Reykjavik. Slippbarinn is a