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For some of that typical Irish craic, there’s nothing like an old-school Dublin pub such as Grogan’s. A local described it to me as “a permanent art exhibition”, referring to the numerous and ever-changing works of art by local Irish artists that hang on the walls (also for sale). As with many of the city’s pubs, Grogan’s was, in the ‘70s, the haunt of prolific and thirsty writers. Today, it remains a prime spot for people watching, given its unbeatable location in the heart of the city’s shopping quarter. Kick back and say sláinte! groganspub.ieConfidential