Cigar Lovers Returns!

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Easter Brunch!


Sunday April 20 11-3 with Viva La Strings performing at 1
$16.99 and $9.99 for kids 5-11 (4 and under free)







Enter the Haggis @ The Dublin Pub April 11!

Brian Buchanan: Vocals, Fiddle, Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Craig Downie: Vocals, Highland Bagpipes, Trumpet, Harmonica, Whistle, Acoustic Guitar, Bells Trevor Lewington: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Octave Mandolin, Keyboards
Mark Abraham: Bass Guitar, Vocals
Bruce McCarthy: Drums, Percussion
Toronto roots rock band, Enter The Haggis, has proven itself to be a true grassroots success story, and never has this been more evident than with the groupʼs latest release, The Modest Revolution. Inspired entirely by the content of one Canadian newspaper, and funded entirely through the generous contributions of loyal fans, The Modest Revolution represents the latest step in the groupʼs exciting musical journey.
Seven albums and a decade plus on the road have seen Enter The Haggis evolve from wildly popular local band to established international touring act, with a sound that lies somewhere between the fiercely creative and contemporary soundscapes of Radiohead, and the heartfelt story telling and infectious grooves of The Band. Their formula for success has been a simple one: record great music, back it up with inspired live performances, and tour constantly. Itʼs this uncompromising commitment to their music and fans that has seen the band garner top ten charting positions on Billboard, Amazon, and iTunes; major television appearances such as A&Eʼs Breakfast with the Arts and Live with Regis and Kelly; and their very own PBS special.

Eclectic. Electric. Roots Rock Reinvented.

Show starts at 9pm
$10 at the door
See ya there!

Dublin Pub named one of ‘Top 10’ Irish pubs in USA

Have you seen the news? Thanks Mark Fisher for the great write up!

By Mark Fisher
Staff Writer
DAYTON — The Dublin Pub has been named one of the top 10 Irish pubs in the nation by the “Tom Horan’s America’s Top Ten Club.”
The pub in Dayton’s Oregon District was ranked 7th in the nation and was the only bar-restaurant in Ohio to make the list.
The Houston-based web site and club is the brainchild of former restaurateur Tom Horan, who has written dining guides for several Houston magazines and for the Houston Chronicle newspaper. The awards seek to recognize independent restaurants based on nominations, and while it’s not clear how the evaluations occur, its top 10 lists are based on quality, reputation, food, service, value and experience, according to the organization’s web site.
“It is an honor to be included in such a list,” said Dublin Pub owner Steve Tieber. “Our staff works extremely hard at everything we do, and have been doing so for 16 years. We are honored by the recognition and are thankful for our customers that support us and nominated us.”
The Tom Horan Top Ten web site says its “reputation is based on the fact that no one pays a fee to be included on our lists, and no one ever will.” That would distinguish it from top-restaurant lists by organizations such as Open Table, which periodically releases “top restaurants” lists but which requires membership in its online reservation system that charges restaurants flat fees in addition to per-diner fees to be eligible, and Wine Spectator, which requires an application fee to be considered for its top-restaurants listings.
The Dublin Pub is in the midst of an expansion, and Tieber also is building an Irish-themed bar and restaurant in the Austin Landing development in Miami Twp.

Irish First Friday!


Join us Friday, April 4 for another great Irish First Friday!! We get the party started early with our Happy Hour that features $3 shots of Jameson and $3 pints!!
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1. Make sure you have a safe ride home, use the free cab service provided by Montgomery County Prosecutor Matt Heck 937-449-9999. Or make a reservation at one of Downtown’s hotels, the Crowne Plaza has rooms for $94, use DUB as your special rate code, 937-224-0800. Or make sure you have a designated driver.

2. We open at 5:30am, and due to the crowd size, we have streamlined our opening to ensure we can get in as many people in at 5:30am. We will have security at a table at 4am and they will be doing ID’s, wristbands, taking $10 cover charge, and the 1st 100 people will get a ticket to redeem for a free St. Patrick’s Day T-shirt provided by Bacardi. Those that get here by 4am, will be able to get their wristbands, and get back in line so there will be no wait at 5:30am when we open the doors. The line will form at the entrance in our BIG TENT – and will wrap around the corner of 5th St and Wayne Ave towards Francos.

3. If you don’t want to fight crowds inside the pub, the tent will be fully functional at 5:30am. There will be beer and liquor, as well as food and merchandise available at 5:30am in the heated tent.

4. THE ADDITION WILL NOT BE DONE IN TIME, it will be more like June opening for that. We will not have the smaller VIP (Very Irish Person Tent) this year due to our construction – we are sorry – but it snowed in DecEmeber and just kept snowing. The Big tent will have two draft beer trucks, a Red Bull bar stocked with Jameson and Bacardi Bombs and cocktails, a small bar with Jameson, Bacardi Bombs and jello shots, a food area selling hamburgers, hot dogs, Guinness Brats, Pub Fries, Fried Pickles, and Fish. There will also be a merchandise area and an ATM, as all sales under the tents are cash.

5. Our Facebook page and website has our full itinerary. WWW.DUBPUB.COM.

6. Inside the pub you will find our full service restaurant serving our limited menu, but with all the Irish favorites. There is no band inside, but Celtic Rock will be playing all day long inside. We have an ATM as well inside, so for those keeping score at home, we have two ATM’s overall on site.

7. There is no GREEN BEER on site, so please don’t ask – we are an authentic Irish Pub and we pride ourselves in the Guinness perfect pint. If you want Green Beer, we suggest you enroll in Miami University – today. Here is a link for enrollment:

8. If you dont like crowds, basically, St. Patrick’s Day may not be for you, but if you look for the best time to come and participate in the revelry, we recommendeither when we open, late morning or early afternoon. You will still have Guinness & Jameson, you will still see Irish Step Dancing, and you will hear amazing Irish music. The 5:30am spot is a sight to see, and only for the TRUE PROFESSIONALS. Late night will be busy, and the show is amazing, and the people are the best St. Patrick’s Day revelers in the world!!!

9. I would like to add that the tent will do last call at 12:30 and completely closed by 1. The restaurant, however will be open until 2.2014 St Patricks

St. Patricks Day Celebrations!!

Sunday March 16th
$10 (2 day admission)
Doors open at 3:30
Music starts at 4:30
Metal of Honor
Renegades of Funk
Aces High

Monday March 17th
$10 admission
4am Line forms, ids checked for wrist bands, and tickets for free shirts given out
5:30am open for breakfast, Guinness and Jameson Bloody Molly’s
1st 100 people get a free tshirt!
7am- Jamesons Folly
10:30-Celtic Academy kids
11 am-Shuttle starts running between Dublin Pub and Flannigans
2-Dwyer School of Celtic Dance
3:30 Father Son & Friends
6 Celtic Academy Irish Dance
8 Homeland

The Future of The Dublin Pub

Pub Final Rendering
In case you missed our write up in the Dayton Daily News by Mark Fisher…

The Dublin Pub at 300 Wayne Ave. in Dayton’s Oregon District has obtained final approval for its revised expansion plans, a $400,000 investment that will boost seating capacity by more than 50 percent, quadruple the number of draft beer taps and add 10 to 15 new jobs, according to the pub’s owner, Steve Tieber.
Tieber said the expansion may be complete by the pub’s 16th birthday on May 15. The city of Dayton’s building department gave its final approval of the revised plans this week, the Dublin Pub owner said.
The expansion will add a private-events room and covered patio with mezzanine as well as first-floor seating on the East Fifth Street side of the building. It will also add walk-in refrigerator and freezer, along with kitchen prep space, on the south side of the pub.
Seating capacity will increase from 180 to 292. Draft beer taps will jump from 13 to 42. And a second stage will be added for live music. The restaurant also will expand its food menu, boosting its selection of seafood and meat entrees and sandwiches, Tieber said.
The added space will allow the Dublin Pub to accommodate crowds at peak times that include theater performance nights, conventions at the nearby Dayton Convention Center, and holidays such as St. Patrick’s Day.
“We’ve never been big enough,” Tieber said. “We’ve had to turn customers away too often.”
The design and construction of the Dublin Pub’s expansion will incorporate and re-use large beams salvaged from a 108-year-old former church at 842 Superior Ave. in Dayton, Tieber said. Construction is being overseen by Mark Shannon, whose design and historical re-use projects include Jimmie’s Ladder 11 pub and restaurant in Dayton. The beams will accommodate a vaulted ceiling and allowed for the addition of mezzanine seating, boosting the project’s total cost to $400,000 from the initial estimate of $300,000 to $350,000.
Tieber also said construction of a second large-scale project he is involved in — the Dublin 7 Whiskey Pub & Carvery at the Austin Landing multi-use development in Miami Twp. —is expected to begin this spring, with the new restaurant-pub projected to open this fall.

Beatlemania comes to The Dublin Pub

Join us Sunday, February 9th, as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles Ed Sullivan appearance! Beatles videos on the big screens, including the CBS Beatles special with Paul & Ringo! We will have all Beatles music all night with Nick Mitchell & Skeptical Cats and friends. Music starts at 7pm with the CBS special starting at 8.

Lets Go To Ireland!

Join us on Dublin Pub’s Tour of the
North of Ireland & Northern Ireland
In Memory of Jay

Oct. 10-18, 2014

This very special custom tour takes our group to the northern parts of Ireland and into Northern Ireland, and includes stays in two castles.

Some of the places we’ll experience: Hill of Tara, Boyne Valley, Belfast, The Titanic Experience (quickly becoming Ireland’s top attraction), Giants Causeway, Bushmills, Derry, Letterkenny, Glenveigh National Park and Slieve League Cliffs, Donegal, Killybegs, Beleek China Factory, Sligo, Galway, Westport and Crough Patrick (St. Patrick’s Mountain), Connemara Marble, the village of Cong, where they filmed The Quiet Man, starring John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara, the Burren and Cliffs of Moher and TWO castle hotels. Plus, you will have plenty of free time to explore and make your own discoveries.
Land Only cost per person: $1399 per person with two in a room; $1699 single; $1359 triple
Air from Dayton or Cincinnati: TBA when group airfare is secured around Nov. 20, 2013. Guests may book their own air from any city and meet us in Ireland.
This tour Includes:
10 meals: 3 dinners and 7 breakfasts
7 nights hotel; 5 in central locations and 2 nights in castles (Markree and Carbra Castles), both with a royal dinner
Luxury motorcoach and one of Ireland’s top driver/guides
Visits and admissions to all attractions and sites listed in the itinerary
A Prime Tours tour director
All taxes and fees
Gratuities to the driver/guide are at your discretion.
This itinerary is subject to change based on available airfare in and out of Dublin and/or Shannon. Air details will be available from the airlines on approximately Nov. 22, 2013. We recommend booking your space now. You can add the air option once that becomes available.
Your Itinerary (This itinerary is subject to adjustment.)
Oct. 10: Depart USA for flights to Ireland

Oct. 11: Arrive in Dublin this morning and meet our driver/guide. Begin our tour with a stop at the Hill of Tara and drive through the Boyne Valley before arriving in Belfast. We’ll tour the city, including the murals depicting the Troubles, and we will visit the new Titanic experience at the dockyards where she was built. Our Welcome Dinner is at our hotel, the Wellington Park Hotel. (D)

Oct. 12: Depart Belfast to Giants Causeway and Bushmills. We then move on to Derry for a tour of this walled city, then on to Letterkenny for two nights at Station House Hotel. (B)

Oct. 13: We visit some of Ireland’s wildest and most beautiful scenery, including Glenveigh National Park and Slieve League Cliffs, nearly three times taller than the Cliffs of Moher. (B)

Oct. 14: Depart Letterkenny and visit Drumcliff to see W.B. Yates’ grave, then Donegal and on to Ireland’s biggest fishing port, the charming town of Killybegs on Donegal Bay. We’ll stop to tour the famous Beleek China Factory and Visitors Center. We’ll also visit Sligo and stay nearby at Markree Castle with a royal dinner. (B,D)

Oct. 15: Today, it’s a scenic trip to Galway with stops at the lovely city of Westport and Crough Patrick (St. Patrick’s Mountain, where thousands make the climb every year to honor the saint who spent 40 days atop the mountain and then came down, having exiled the snakes out of Ireland.) Later, we arrive in Galway and check into the Eyre Square Hotel in the center of town. Explore Galway at your leisure. (B)

Oct. 16: We’ll visit Connemara Marble and the lovely village of Cong, where they filmed The Quiet Man, starring John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara. We can also visit the Burren and Cliffs of Moher. If you wish, you can also simply relax and explore Galway or take a tour to the Aran Islands on your own. (B)

Oct. 17: We cruise across the heart of Ireland to Kingscourt, home to Cabra Castle Hotel, where we will spend our final night in Ireland, featuring a royal Farewell Feast. (B,D)

Oct. 18: This morning we depart to Dublin Airport for the flights home, arriving later today.
Registration Call 614-766-5553 or e-mail us at with questions or to book your space. You can also contact Karen Conover at 937-750-0532 after 6 p.m.
Reserve your space with a $200 per person deposit. This deposit becomes non-refundable after Feb. 1, 2014. Final payment is due by August 8, 2014. All payments after that date are non-refundable. 
We recommend travel insurance to protect your investment. Choose any company you like, but we prefer Travelex. See their link at the bottom of our home page at for a brochure and application.
Mail deposit checks to: 
Prime Tours
7177 Dublin Rd.
Dublin, Ohio 43017   USA
Full or partial payments are welcome any time before August 8. Credit cards are accepted but pricing is based on a discount for paying by check, so add 3% to pay by credit card.

Some fine print from the lawyers on liability: Prime Tours of Dublin, Ohio serves as an independent agent for tour passengers, arranging transportation, hotels, meals and sightseeing for the benefit of its customers. Prime Tours is not responsible for any loss or damages of property or for injuries incurred by passengers, nor for delays caused by situations beyond our control, including natural disasters, riots, strikes, non-participation or other events that could affect the tour. We reserve the right to cancel any tour at our discretion, at which time full refunds are made, which releases Prime Tours from any future obligation. Guests registering for any tour are fully responsible for any arrangements, such as air or added hotel nights that they may have booked on their own, regardless of whether the tour group changes the itinerary or tour dates or cancels the tour. The exact scheduling and scope of events, hotels, meals, group leaders and guest hosts during any tour is subject to change. Persons registering for the tour agree to these terms.

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