An avid rugby pub, Slattery’s Pub was destined to be the iconic match day pub it has become. Quietly opening on a Friday in November 1989, the following day saw Ireland take on the All Blacks on Slattery’s doorstep, Lansdowne Road Stadium. Sparking an electric moment that would stay with Irish rugby fans forever, Willie Anderson led the Irish team, arm in arm, towards the All Blacks as they performed the Haka, coming face to face with the mighty team.
Slattery’s boasts a family history of over 85 years experience in the business, with connections to Slattery’s Pub in Rathmines, resulting in expert service, brilliant atmosphere, and the best pints around.
So, SO happy we can go out to the pubs again! Slattery's did a great job making sure everyone was social distanced and adhering to the rules while still having a good time. Thanks so much!
Excellent experience -
Great to be back in Slatts and great to see all the staff again, looking forward to many more visits!
Very well presented establishment staff extremely friendly and efficient but the food was very poor the pasta was very watery pasta sauce very little cheese added and extremely bland over all should of ordered a pizza instead
Excellent service, friendly staff. Good place to grab a pint and a takeaway pizza
They were doing their best in difficult circumstances
Slattery’s D4 is rated 4.5 stars by 6 OpenTable diners.
You can book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size.