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Main Sponsor - Brady's Pub Terenure


Ray Brady of Brady's Pub Terenure, presenting a new set of jerseys to Neil Spring (left) and Ross Kavanagh (right) - December 2009

Glen Smith (third from left) presents, on behalf of Brady's, Terenure,
three new sets of jerseys to (from left) VEC Managers Karl McCafferty,
Fergal Nolan and David Spring [September 2004]


Gub Dandy's at Brady's Pub,
5 Terenure Place,
Dublin 6w
Tel: 01 4903978
Winner of the Traditional Irish Music Pub of the Year Award
Presented by Irish Music Bars Guide to Ireland

Brady's of Terenure is a landmark pub and strikes the right balance for food, atmosphere and traditional Irish music. Whether you're a regular or a visitor, you get a warm welcome, for Brady's is an impressive pub both inside and out with a splendidly-appointed bar and lounge which is warm, spacious and pleasantly furnished with Victorian-style splendour. This is a cheerful, bustling place to visit. Its low-key lighting and many nooks and crannies, combined with plenty of comfortable walled seating and a backdrop of lit showcases displaying a range of interesting objects, give this large and rambling pub a unique and welcoming atmosphere. The Brady family have been running this successful public house for over fifteen years and have built up an excellent reputation for warmth and hospitality over the years. Not only popular for its drink and good company, but also for its wholesome high-quality bar food. Brady's has an excellent carvery and serves food from 12noon to 3pm everyday except Saturday; home-cooked dishes include roast beef, lamb, chicken and fish. All the food is well-presented, tasty, keenly priced and served by welcoming helpful staff. There is an extensive carvery lunch every Sunday from 12.30-5.00pm and food here is a big draw. Another great attraction is the live traditional music which is played 7 nights a week in Gub Dandys. This a another section of the pub with a more traditional, laid back atmosphere. The interior has an overall country feel with its low-beamed ceilings, pink speckled ragged walls, timber floor, old oil lamp sconces, stripped stone walls, and plenty of sturdy tables, chairs and barrels. Here you can enjoy traditional Irish music all year round. This is a local favourite with an excellent reputation and the large beer garden seating 150 people is perfectly suited to smokers. They also have a large screen for sporting fans and a live premiership every Saturday. This great all-rounder is only a short distance from Dublin city centre and a short run in a taxi, along with many of the bus routes covering Dublin southside. With its great reputation for food, atmosphere and traditional music, it's worth the short journey.

[Irish Music Bars Guide to Ireland]