Johnnie Fox’s situated in Dublin, is one of the oldest pubs in Ireland. Renowned for being the highest pub in the country, nestled in the peaceful township of Glencullen & surrounded by the beautiful scenery & serenity of the Dublin Mountains.
Travel2Ireland’s Paul & Maria had the opportunity to sit down and enjoy some of the wonderful food on offer. Johnnie Fox Pub pays homage to its Irish roots by offering an extensive menu of traditional Irish dishes that celebrate the country’s culinary heritage. From hearty stews and succulent roasts to freshly caught seafood, every dish is prepared with care and a commitment to authenticity. Whether it’s the classic Irish lamb stew, the melt-in-your-mouth Guinness-infused beef, or the perfectly crispy fish and chips, the pub takes traditional Irish fare to new heights, leaving visitors yearning for more.
Situated in close proximity to the Irish coastline, Johnnie Fox Pub takes full advantage of the abundance of fresh seafood available. The pub prides itself on serving some of the finest seafood in the region, with highlights including succulent lobster, delicate smoked salmon, and plump mussels. Whether you’re a seafood aficionado or a curious explorer, the pub’s exceptional seafood selection promises to tantalize your taste buds and leave you craving more of the ocean’s treasures.
No visit to Johnnie Fox Pub would be complete without sampling its impressive collection of Irish whiskeys. The pub boasts an extensive whiskey menu that showcases a diverse range of flavors and styles. From smooth and mellow blends to robust and peaty single malts, there is a whiskey to suit every palate. Immerse yourself in the pub’s cozy ambiance, savor a dram of your favorite Irish whiskey, and let the golden liquid transport you to the heart and soul of Ireland.
Finally, a trip to Johnnie Fox’s would not be complete without having a gander at “Hooley in the Parlour”.
The Hooley show at Johnnie Fox’s offers hugely experienced, traditional Irish Musicians, and the world-famous, talented Johnnie Fox’s Irish Dancers, all accompanied by a four- course meal of delicious Irish Fayre.