Welcome to

The Glimmer Man

Step into a world of warmth, friends, and tasty pints. Located in the heart of Stoneybatter.

There is something interesting to see everywhere you look.

The Glimmer Man is perfect for your night out.


Craft Beers

Indulge yourself.

Proudly stocking some of Irelands finest local craft beers.

Wicklow Wolf

Larkin's

Trouble Brewing

Kinnegar

Five Lamps

Along with the best selling beers

From Guinness and Heineken

To Bulmers and San Miguel 

Jukebox Fun

Enjoy the jukebox craic every day at The Glimmer Man.

Swinging from Joe Dolan to Metallica and everything in between.

We have no control over the tunes.

That's all in your control, have yer €2 coins at the ready.

Vietnom

Our beer garden is home to Vietnom.

An Independent Vietnamese inspired food truck, dishing out cracking Bahn Mi's and Rice bowls along with ever changing specials.

Open Thursday to Sunday 6-Late


Frequently Asked Questions

What are your opening hours?

Wednesday 6pm - 11.30pm

Thursday 5pm - 11.30pm

Friday 5pm - 12.30am

Saturday 5pm - 12.30am

Sunday 5pm - 11pm

Can I book a table? Group Bookings?

Nope, we are a casual place, no reservations, no group bookings.

Turn up and see what happens.

Though if you are a large group planning on coming in, a heads up would be appreciated.

Do you take contactless payments?

Nope.

We are a cash only bar, however there is an ATM inside if you need it, so bring your cash along with you.

How do I contact you?

You can get us on.

016779781

Or 

theglimmermand7@gmail.com


Location

The Glimmer Man

14/15 Stoneybatter

Dublin 7

Ireland


About us

The Glimmer Man is a small family business in operation since 1989.

We however can't take credit for the name.

The previous owner called it The Glimmer Man after a late night discussion about pub names while sitting under a old overhead gas heater. A throwback to the days of the gas inspectors around the time of "The Emergency" in the 1940s.

Previously called, Paddy Carr's, Lyster's, and Gaynor's.

There is history of a pub on this site since 1814, however the current pub was designed by J. J. O’Callaghan and built in the 1880s before the big lounge out the back was added on in 1992, using all reclaimed brick.

We have added thousands of pictures, antiques, books and bits of memorabilia.

The building is steeped in history. If only the walls could tell stories.

Come have a pint and see what you can find.

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