The original village of Clontarf consisted of one street leading to Clontarf Castle with a number of dwellings scattered around it known as The Sheds fishing village. Much of the area’s social history is preserved by the longevity of this very pub. First licensed in 1845, the Connolly family have been here since 1927. This old oasis is one of Dublin’s most charming and convivial venues.
With such a convenient location, unique history and charming atmosphere, The Sheds is an ideal venue to host a special occasion. We can cater for every need so if you are looking to plan a memorable evening get in touch with us and we will be delighted to help with Birthday parties, Christenings, Corporate events, Fashion shows, Product launches, Theme nights, Photo shoots, Private Celebrations…
We invite you to enjoy a drink in our typical lounge bar.
Relax and enjoy yourself in a cosy and friendly atmosphere.
Come along and experience the authentic atmosphere found only at the traditional Irish bar, a classic bar menu and the finest selection of Irish whiskies and beers.
Enjoy a drink in our newly furnished beer garden. With comfortable seating in a landscaped garden setting, it’s the ideal spot to relax on a hot summers day.
The Sheds Golf Society
Founded by Peter Connolly and local patrons, the Sheds golf society has grown from strength to strength. We have 7 outings coming up this year for only €50 per outing. All golf enthusiasts are welcome to join. Membership fees of €40 apply. For further enquiries contact the society on 01 8338691. Prizes for Nearest the Pin, Longest Drive & Match Play Winner.
Captain: Jonathan Furlong
President: Peter Connolly
The Viking Theatre is a charming venue and artistic outlet for both audience and performer located above The Sheds pub in Clontarf. Its productions often receive rave reviews and guests can enjoy drinks in the vibrant atmosphere of the bar below.
Enjoy our events with a drink in one of our cosy bar areas, and spend an evening in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Our Current Show
Written and performed
“Smartly taps into the current zeitgeist: our insatiable obsession with weddings, and our hunger for funny stories about lovable, relatable country girls… ” Sunday Times
“Sharp…warm and humorous, intelligent and probing …If you are looking for a diverting, engaging and thought-provoking hour’s theatre, you need look no further.” No More Workhorse.
Clontarf GAA Lotto Tickets available here.
Next Jackpot A WHOPPING €2,200
Join our Golf Society today
Watch all games here @thesheds. Call 01 8338691 to reserve a table
Clontarf (Cluain Tarbh), Co. Dublin, is a seaside suburb on the Dublin to Howth Road. It is one stop on the DART from the city centre, has a cosy village atmosphere and most roads lead down to the sea. Clontarf is celebrated as the place of Brian Boru’s great victory over Leinster and Norse Dublin on Good Friday, 1014 A.D. Clontarf was a fishing village and a popular seabathing resort for city people.