71 S Pine Ave, Long Beach, CA | Directions 9080233.764844 -118.192605
Neighborhoods: Downtown Long Beach
dead during the week, but great thurs-sun – i love the dub. i had my first drink here. it's on pine, but not on the main drag. it's really an irish pub. the bartender has an accent. i think his parents still live there. they serve food during the day, but i've never been in early enough to go. they have great beers on tap, including my favorites, newcastle and stella. their long beach iced teas are to die for. some thursdays, every friday and saturday they have a live band play. it's really fun and really loud. a good amount of regulars go there. check it out!
racism – I witnessed a unjustent with a bartender and a black customer where she was removed with lack of respect. The bartender took the side of the white girl in a matter which the white girl was wrong about spilling a drink on someone and not apologizing. Thew black girl seemed to just want am apology but instead was singled out immediately and ousted. It was very shocking to me in the city of Long Beach where i believe is very culturally diverse. If your a member of the KKK I'm sure you'll like the place. If your a person of color i wouldnt spend your money there.
Best atmosphere in the Pike! – The crowd gets live around 10pm. Only place in the area where the people actually look normal and you can hang with your friends! Live music is the best and you can always hang outside and have a pint!
Best Irish Pub in LA – I went there the other night and had the best time in a pub since i lived in Ireland.The Guinness is excellent, its not supposed to be served room temp or ice cold! Great service and food. The irish whiskey selection was emmense and I had a great time with two of the best bartenders i've seen in a while. Stop by and say hello to Tony And Chris, guarranteed a warm welcome and a good time.
Our bar is all grown up! – My friend and I became "regulars" when it first opened up. There would hardly be anyone in there. We went their steadily for a year and slowly noticed it becoming more and more crowded. Luckily, since we made friends with the bartenders (alot of them are not there anymore of course) we didn't have to wait too long for drinks. I haven't been there in a long time- if I do go I want to go at a time when I know it won't be crowded, like Monday night. It is a fun place for singles though- their Halloween parties are pretty crazy. Lots of good looking people, but not so intimidating.
Great customer service EVERYTIME.. I've been here several times and have never had bad experience. Drinks are served promptly and food is delish. I love fish and chips...and they make it very well.. The batter doesn't get soggy and the fish is always fresh and moist. The chips are thick cut, crispy, and hot...best eaten right away! The only thing that disappoints me is the Guinness...either give it to me at room temp..or ice cold.. I always get it in between, so bleh.. It's all made up with the atmosphere, which is surprisingly..... pleasant.
Great bar! – This is my favorite bar in Long beach, by far. No pressure to look cool while dancing, you can just sip on a beer and have a fantastic time. The crowd is very mixed age-wise, and the atmosphere is friendlier than I've seen it in any other bar. I can take my boyfriend, friends, or even my mom - and I always have a blast. It does get crowded on the weekends, but that's when the best Irish bands play (my personal favorite: Sligo Rags). Sometimes Wednesdays have a good sized crowd. If you're looking for mixed drinks (not beer!), you'll want Matt to make them. . . stay away from the Long Island iced teas otherwise! I can't say enough about how amazing this place is - although I probably should stop, I'm just going to make it more crowded!!
Wee bit of Ireland in Long Beach – After a trip to Ireland, it's nice to finally find a nice spot that provides the same friendly atmosphere, food and drink as the pubs of the Emerald Isle. Boxties are more than adequate, and the Guiness is ice cold. Nice find!
Unexpected.. – After trying different bars and restaurants in Long Beach, my friends and I just went to this pub last Saturday and the atmosphere was awesome! The live band played great music and it was a fun place to go and have some drinks with friends. I can't wait to go again.
Try it out – I always thought Downtown Long beach was dead, but it's improving. The Auld Dubliner is a nice place to chill with your buddies and have a few cold ones, the cocktails are good as well. I love how there's usually street parking around.
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