A pub you would go to in Ireland

Mornington has everything thanks to Irish restaurant and bar, The Dubliner. The brainchild of owner, Conleth Roche, it is the epitome of everything Irish and offers a great place to sit, relax, enjoy an authentic Irish beverage and listen to some Celtic tunes. A friendly place to come into, popping in for a coffee, (Irish or not), in their cosy courtyard is encouraged.

Having become famous for their chef perfected Beef & Guinness Pies, the team is proud to have created an authentic Irish pub atmosphere filled with familiar faces and great music. Their full menu including a full Irish breakfast, seafood chowder, BBQ pulled pork sliders, potato skins, bangers and mash and the Dublin infamous curry chips is served all day from 12pm Mon-Wed and 11am Sat-Sun.

Kick off the weekend early with live Irish music every week from Thursday through to Sunday with a pour of Guinness or Kilkenny fresh from the tap. All are welcome to join in on their Trad Night featuring ‘Tri Na Ceile’ (Three Together) who formed in 2019 when three great friends Kieran O’Connell and Marea and Tony Fitzsimons met at The Dubliner Irish Pub at the regular Thursday night open session and decided to form the trio. Whether you would like to join in with fellow musicians or sit back and enjoy the lively and warm atmosphere is up to you.

The Dubliner is located at the back of Main Street Mornington facing the car park on Octavia Street and bookings are recommended.


Peninsula Essence, Peninsula Seniors Feature – May 2022