If you're after a sickly sweet cocktail complete with parasol, you've come to the wrong place. Sweden's oldest authentic Irish pub, which used to be called The Dubliner, serves beer, whiskey and pub grub in relaxed surroundings with live music and sports matches shown on the big screen.
The Auld Dub on Holländargatan, near Hötorget, is the place to go if you want to experience a taste of Irish pub culture in Stockholm. Since they began, they've focused on food, drinks and live music in a warm, welcoming setting with a cheery atmosphere. Hang out with friends, celebrate Ireland's national day, Saint Patrick's Day, listen to live bands, compete in a pub quiz or join in the atmosphere when a major sports match is shown on the big screen.
The combined pub and restaurant feels authentically Irish, with dark wood furniture and a proper patina. The long bar is filled with bottles of Irish whiskey and beers on tap and the dining room walls are lined with blackboards and framed posters. Take a pew and socialise over something to eat or drink at any time of the day. Traditional pub grub such as fish n’ chips and hamburgers are served from lunch until dinner, and naturally the extensive beer menu includes Guinness and other famous brands. Don't miss the outdoor dining area in the heart of the city open during the summer months.