Kehoe's Pub, Dublin, Est 1803. 

Kehoe's on South Anne Street in Dublin was first licensed in 1803. The interior of Kehoes was renovated in Victorian style towards the end of the 19th century and has been preserved until this day. Upon entering, you will be greeted by the subdued colours of the Victorian era, creating a cosy and atmospheric drinking atmosphere. The original mahogany bar, with its antique cash register, old Guinness advertising and spotted aging whiskey mirrors, date back to the time when the bar also served as a grocery shop. The bar still has its original mahogany drawers, serving hatch, and buzzer in the snug. The Heritage Bar is located beyond the saloon style stained glass mahogany doors and remains untouched with its years of patina on display. The bar features plenty of mahogany partitions for privacy, comfort, and seclusion. Order a Guinness and admire the beautifully carved solid dark grained mahogany bar while you wait. The Guinness in Kehoes is fantastic. I don't know what voodoo they do on their Guinness on tap but the pints are always fantastically tasty and fresh. Upstairs, there's a small partitioned room with an old living room feel, open plan with a few tables and chairs, a piano, old carpets and wallpaper. What more could one want?