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Johnnie Fox's Pub
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Established in 1798, Johnnie Fox's is one of Ireland's oldest and most famous traditional pubs. Renowned for being the highest pub in the country!

Nestled high in the Dublin Mountains, in the peaceful township of Glencullen and surrounded by the beautiful scenery and serenity of the Dublin’s countryside, Johnnie Fox’s is just a 30-minute drive from Dublin City Centre.

Guests from all over the world have set on a journey through the Dublin mountains to discover the quaint charm that lies behind the doors at Johnnie Fox’s.

The pub has featured prominently in the historic and social evolution of Ireland and the success enjoyed today is partially down to the commitment of Johnnie Fox’s to preserve the relics of Ireland’s proud history that maintains its nostalgic originality. The setting is a 19th century rural Irish home, with food and service of 21st century standards.

Live entertainment has always been a trade mark of Johnnie Fox's and can be enjoyed seven nights a week and during the day at weekends.

Johnnie Fox’s world famous ‘Hooley’ Show, is the longest running all-year-round Irish dancing show in Ireland. Guests can avail of a special four course menu with a full night of entertainment, at the famous ‘Hooley Night’. This allows customers to savour the highlights of Johnnie Fox’s culinary offerings before enjoying a night of top-class performances from acts playing folk, ballads, and traditional music followed by the wonderful Johnnie Fox’s Irish dancing show. This famous dance show is renowned to be one of the best cultural shows in the country.

From film icons to farmers, from sporting greats to singing legends, from Presidents to Prime Ministers, the pub has become famous for its guests and its true ‘Céad míle fáilte’.

There is no doubt that you will enjoy the food, craic, and entertainment at Johnnie Fox’s, however it will probably be its sheer authenticity and traditional ‘Olde World’ charm that will cast an indelible spell on you. This pub is inimitable to the pretender - often copied never equalled

Highlights include:
  • Live entertainment seven night a week
  • The famous Johnnie Fox's Irish Dancing Hooley Show
  • Authentic Irish Pub filled with history
  • Award-winning A La Carte Menu
  • Johnnie Fox's very own bakery offering delicious delights
  • The highest pub in Ireland
  • Truly Irish experience & living museum

Visitor Information

Open Year Round

Monday - Thursday 11:00 - 23:00
Friday - Saturday 11:00 - 00:30
Sunday 12:00 - 23:00
Bank Holidays 11:00 - 23:30

Traditional Irish music nightly, and on Saturday and Sunday from 15:30

Contact Details

Johnnie Fox's Pub
Dublin Mountains, Glencullen, Co. Dublin

T: +353 (0) 1 295 5647
E: info@jfp.ie
W: www.johnniefoxs.com

 

 

Closed: December 24 & 25 

 

Admission Prices 2018

Admission to the pub is free

Hooley Night is  55.00 pp includes a 4 course meal and show.

Award-winning A La Carte Menu also available.

Other Useful Information

LANGUAGES
Free paper leaflets available in English.

DINING / REFRESHMENTS
Lunch and dinner served daily. Dining for up to 135 people can be catered for with pre-booking.

PARKING
Free parking on-site.

WHEELCHAIR ACCESS
Wheelchair accessible with accessible toilets.

TRADITIONAL IRISH ENTERTAINMENT
Traditional Irish Music every night, plus on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. The famous Hooley Night includes dinner and entertainment (pre-booking recommended). 

 

Map Location

From Dublin City Centre:
Take the N11 southbound and exit at Cherrywood and Dun-Laoghaire. Turn right at traffic lights for Cherrywood and follow signs for M50 northbound. Take exit 15 for Kilternan and Leopardstown. At the roundabout take exit for Kilternan onto the Glenamuck road. At Palmers Pub turn left, and take the first turn right at the Topaz garage. Continue for 4km up the mountains - Johnnie Fox’s will be on your right. Approx. 30 minute drive.

Dublin Airport and North Dublin:
Take the M50 southbound and take Exit 15 for Kilternan and Leopardstown. At the roundabout take exit for Kilternan onto the Glenamuck road. At Palmers Pub turn left, and take the first turn right at the Topaz garage. Continue for 4km up the mountains - Johnnie Fox’s will be on your right. Approx. 45 minute drive.

From Wicklow:
Take the N11 northbound onto the M50 northbound and then take Exit 15 for Kilternan and Leopardstown. At the roundabout take exit for Kilternan onto the Glenamuck road. At Palmers Pub turn left, and take the first turn right at the Topaz garage. Continue for 4km up the mountains - Johnnie Fox’s will be on your right. 

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