About This Venue

Kennedy’s on Westland Row, Dublin 2 at the corner Trinity College was established in 1850 and has long since maintained an honourable standing amongst the elite of Dublin’s watering holes. This centrally located, unique venue has a traditional style bar on the ground floor with live music every Sunday and is always a popular spot on match days. There's also a stunning function room available for private events underneath.

Venue Spaces / Best For

Fully Private Function Room for Events & Parties
Our state of the art function room, simply named; Kennedy’s Station is located below the main bar and is a hugely popular space for private parties and events for groups of 40 - 130 guests.


This stunning space comes with its own bar, toilets, own door access from the street, small outdoor beer garden, large screen projector, TVs and PA / sound system.


Ideally suited to lots of events from wedding day-after parties, to corporate events, Christmas parties, birthdays (30ths & up), engagement parties and plenty more. It's also very popular for charity nights, table quizzes and off-site evening presentations with local businesses.


A wide range of catering options can also be included with platters and finger food to give your a guests and evening to remember. Contact our team below to help plan your event.


Match Day Experience

Kennedy's is renowned as being of the best spots in the city to watch all major sporting evenings. With the Aviva being only a short stroll away you can soak up the the atmosphere before, during and after the match with many match goers popping in for the night to celebrate whether we or lose.

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Join us to celebrate #bloomsday, with an
Authentic Calypso Breakfast from 10:00 am
Sunday June 16th#kennedyspub

Join us to celebrate #bloomsday, with an
Authentic Calypso Breakfast from 10:00 am
Sunday June 16th

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Hi, don't need to book a table before hand?