Ryans Beggars Bush

Ryans Beggars Bush is a traditional Pub serving an excellent range of drinks and good quality Bar food.

Trading for over a hundred years we offer old world charm with a modern outlook.

Monday Friday – 10.30am

Bagels, Danish Pastries, Muffins and Croissants
Freshly baked and delivered daily from The Bretzel Bakery.
Selection of home baked fruit scones.
We serve freshly brewed fair trade coffees and a selection of herbal teas.
Coffee to go available through the day.


Lunch Monday to Friday – 12.30pm to 4pm

Daily house specials, homemade soups, toasted sandwiches.
Try our smoked salmon on granary bread with a cucumber and celery salad or tuna with emmental cheese ciabatta.

Afternoon/Evening Menu Monday/Tuesday – 4pm to 10pm

Homemade soups, toasted house sandwiches, open prawn sandwich or smoked salmon served on granary bread.
Daily specials.

Full al-a-carte menu served Wednesday to Friday 5pm – 10pm
Saturday/Sunday 1pm – 10pm

Full Food Menus can be found here.

Our comprehensive whiskey list is carefully chosen and includes the award winning Jack Ryan 12 year old single malt whiskey. We also offer an excellent selection of craft beers, fine wines and cocktails.

Ryans Beggars Bush serves, arguably, the best pint of Guinness in Dublin at a most reasonable price and customers can enjoy their time in our Bar, Snug, Lounge or well appointed terrace area.

Find our complete Beverages list here.

Within walking distance of the Aviva Stadium, RDS, 3Arena and the Bord Gais Theatre it is a very popular place to meet before and after matches or events.

The Beggars Bush caters for parties, office outings and small private functions, our efficient and courteous staff are at hand to help plan your event.

Whatever the occasion the Beggars Bush is the place to visit but don’t just take our word for it – Check out Google’s birthday video “How Ireland has changed us” :

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