Tucked away in the hearth of Clontarf, Grainger's Pebble Beach Pub, managed by Mark and Paddy Grainger, is one of Dublin’s finest public houses.
The Pebble Beach not only offers a wide selection of beers and wines but ensures to uphold the founding ethos of what a 'traditional pub' is. It strives to be a welcome and friendly place for anyone wishing to quench their thirst or have a chat.
If you want an authentic Irish pub; to meet and have conversations with the mid-aged Irish people to understand the culture and exchange thoughts, then Pebble beach is the one you're looking for. It has two halls, a bar, and a lounge inside and a small open area at the entrance outside — also, one of the best places to catch up on football and rugby matches.
Rosemary Cronin Gaughran
Excellent local. Best of the traditional pub bar, with pub owners and friendly staff and nice customers. Good seating. Modern offerings such as "gin club", entertainment, support for local restaurants and dogs friendliness make it that bit special. Facilitates dog owners, who want a rendez virus with friends or have a coffee after walking the dog! Great place to enjoy big rugby matches etc. Upstairs event room is a good spot for celebrations quizes etc. A bit of a gem.
Fantastic pub, great atmosphere and wonderful friendly staff , won’t get a nicer pint of Guinness in Dublin !
Graingers Pebble Beach, managed by Mark and Paddy Grainger, is one of Dublin’s finest public houses.
There is live music in the pub on special occasions. We also hold functions in our Upstairs Lounge, The 18th.
The pub was originally known as The Vernon. According to local legend it was renamed when a former owner visited The Pebble Beach golf links in California, and decided to take a little bit of LA back to Clontarf.
The pub is known to the locals as “The Pebbler” and is a popular venue and center for community activities within Clontarf and surrounding areas.
Guaranteed service with a smile.
Pebble Beach, 18 Conquer Hill Rd, Clontarf East, Dublin, Ireland