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Dublin Square

Reviewed by Natalia Knochowski   
Posted April 5, 2010

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Dublin Square
167 Route 130

Hours: Monday-Sunday, 11 am–2 am

Price: $/$$

Style: Bi-level neighborhood pub with two bars and plenty of vintage-style Irish memorabilia. 

Don’t Miss:
The Irish specialties. Try the fish and chips ($14), the Guinness beef stew ($15), or the shepherd’s pie ($14). You can even get a side of soda bread ($3). Burgers ($10) are made with a half pound of Angus beef and customary toppings, or try a bison burger for an additional $3. There are also lots of sandwich options, including the chicken pesto ($10.50), topped with goat cheese, pesto mayonnaise, lettuce and roasted peppers, served on a ciabatta.

Heads Up:
The Bordentown location (there’s also a Cherry Hill Dublin Square, and one newly opened in Washington Township) is hard to miss while driving down Route 130. The building is bright green and yellow. In summer, dining is available on the patio.

The Scoop:
Dublin has an extensive beer list, plus live music and events every week.

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