Music on The Dubliner Patio!

The Dubliner is pleased to announce our ‘Music on the Patio’ acoustic summer series.

We have extended our patio so that we can safely accommodate the 50 person maximum capacity currently in place.

Dan Israel

Dan Israel

Thursday, July 2 · 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

“For listeners who have not yet heard Dan Israel – he has what so many people don’t have: a body of highly acclaimed, amazing work and to get such a thing means that you have to re-create yourself, you have to ride out the vicissitudes with resilience, and he really is consciously and very transparently talking about this stuff that everybody feels.” – Peter Himmelman

Tom Dahill & Ginny Johnson

Tom Dahill and Ginny Johnson

Friday, July 3 · 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Tom and Ginny bring alive the soul of Ireland. Using Irish button accordion, concertina, fiddle—and other instruments—they play heavy music with a light touch. Performing tunes learned from the old masters, they delight audiences with passionate reels and playful songs not heard anywhere else.

Chris Holm

Chris Holm

Sunday, July 5 · 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Chris Holm is a country blues musician based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. A fingerstyle guitar picker and harmonica player, Chris channels the high-spirited liveliness of Charley Patton, thumping on his suitcase drum, attacking his guitar strings with abandon, and shouting along in a gravelly howl, later to channel the lonesome sounds of a weeping slide guitar and a blue yodel.

Jim McGowan

Jim McGowan

Friday, July 10 · 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Performing an engaging mix of acoustic, folk, rock, Irish, roots & blues, Jim McGowans’s musical influences include John Prine, Cat Stevens, Gordon Lightfoot, Johnny Cash, John Denver, Jim Croce, James Taylor, Doc Watson, Tommy Makem, the Clancy Brothers and many others. Prepare for a good time…and to sing along!

paul barlament

Paul Barlament

Saturday, July 11 · 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Paul V. Barlament is a multi-instrumentalist based out of St. Paul, Minnesota. He began playing acoustic fingerstyle guitar in 1975, immediately after hearing Leo Kottke in concert. Leo led to John Fahey, Peter Lang and further down the “American Primitive” rabbit hole. Paul plays his own interpretations, improvisations and original compositions on six string acoustic…

Introducing: The Gamer's Lair

The Dubliner Pub’s latest addition ‘The Gamer’s Lair’ was opened June 10th 2020 – offering Pool, Pinball, Darts, Foosball, Retro arcade machines, Golden Tee, and a Juke Box. Situated in our old café space that was tastefully remodeled by our commander-in-chief, Tom; we wanted to maximize the space available and breathe new life into our business. Whether you are an old hand at games or just like the challenge of something new, we feel there is something to offer everyone. Ultimately, it’s just another way for our extended family to relax, bond and share the craic… Please note that the games room will close one hour before the pub. Read more...

The Dubliner Pub Re-Opening Details

We are following  State guidelines and restrictions to ensure both our staff and customers feel safe and relaxed. We ask that all patrons do their part - follow social distancing rules, wear masks, and please stay away if you are showing any COVID-19 symptoms.

Unfortunately, the lockdown and future uncertainty has made us take steps to protect our core business – so with a heavy heart we must inform you that our kitchen will be gone for the foreseeable future, and live music will be performed on the patio only. There are new business hours - most notably the new opening time of 3pm during the week.

Finally, we would like to add that it will take more than a worldwide pandemic to break the bond we have with you – who constantly amaze us with your loyalty, sparkling personalities and selflessness when it comes to helping each other – truly the reason we keep going.

We have missed you all and soon we get to strengthen that bond.

Slainte!