Here is a very interesting account from the summer of 1982 of fifteen men and women from the gay community who visited a total of eight pubs in Dublin city centre and recorded their experiences.
I found it on the excellent Irish Queer Archive facebook page.
The eight pubs visited were The Viking, The Oak Tree, The Grannery (sic), The Clarence Hotel, The Lord Edward, The Castle Inn, Rices and Fives.
I thought it would be interesting to collate the experiences of the group in each pub and find out whether that particular establishment is still open 31 years later.
1. The Viking, 75 Dame Street.
Some of the group were allowed in, others were not. This did not seem to have been directly to with sexual orientation but apparently due to the fact that three of the women had gotten into an argument with the barman the previous…
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