About O'Connell's bar

O'Connell's not only boasts a great city centre location within minutes from all major Bus and Rail routes with added bonus Dublin's Luas a stones throw away make panama Bar Dublin the right choice for a nite out. Whether a business meeting, or simply meeting friends, the warm comfortable seated area at the Heart of the Bar is ideal,sample some of the fine food prepared fresh while you enjoy one of the many Cocktails on offer, or simply kick back with your friends enjoy your favorite Beer whilst watching your Favorite Sporting event on one of six big screens. Dancing at O'Connell's is also a great place to let your hair down. Hosting some of Dublins Finest Dj's Friday and Saturday nites. Take the unique bridge that runs almost the lenght of the Bar to the dance floor were you can Dance the nite away. There is a seated area both on the bridge and at Bar below so your never to far from the action. If you prefer a nice Pint of Porter and great chat the reception bar at the of house is were its at... So with great music fine food and Friendly staff make O'Connell's your choice every time.

A brief history of Bachelors Walk

Bachelors Walk was named after a property developer who built here in the 1670's. In 1832 No. 30 Bachelors Walk was occupied by Mr.John McMullan, one of Dublin's first wine merchants. In 1914 a group of nationalist protesters marched on Bachelors Walk and were met by Major Alfred Haig and his men. Three protesters were shot dead and many others wounded. This became know as "The Bachelors Walk Massacre". Padraig Pearse considered "The Bachelors Walk Massacre" to be an iconic moment in the struggle for Irish Independence. A young boy Luke Kelly was wounded in that massacre and his son, also named Luke, went on to found the Dudliners and became one of Ireland's leading ballad singer.

O'Connell's Virtual Tour

Store front image of O Connells Bar Dublin

Click on the image and take the virtual tour to see around the two floor levels of our bar.