Events and Specials from Dublin Square
We pride ourselves on being proactive in hosting a wide array of exciting events. From whiskey tasting to kilt contests, get down to Dublin Square Irish Pub for a great time, every time!
Dublin Square and La Crosse Irishfest are teaming up to offer you some great deals while Clancy visits! La Crosse Irishfest is going to be raffling off Irishfest 2019 tickets and free swag from 6:30pm to 7pm on Friday, March 15th! Don’t lose out on your chance to get free tickets and giveaways while Clancy visits! Slainte!
It the time of year again when Dublin Square celebrates St. Patricks Day and the week leading up to March 17th! We will be featuring custom drink specials and events throughout the week! On Friday, March 15th at 9pm we have the Guilty Kilts coming in to play some authentic Irish music and prepare you for a crazy weekend of fun! Stop down and enjoy fantastic drink specials and great music! Slainte!
Stop down this Sunday, February 3rd from 5pm till 9pm and enjoy great drink specials including $2.50 domestic bottles and taps. In addition, we will be serving $4.00 Dubliner Irish Whiskey and Jameson Irish Whiskey mixers. When you purchase these mixers you will receive entry to win a trip for two to Mexico! Stop down and enjoy the Super Bowl with us! Slainte!
Attention Dubliners! It is that time of year again that Dublin Square is offering our VIP food and beer pairing event. This year we are pairing with Surly Brewery to offer our guests a five-course meal paired with select beers from Surly Brewery! The event costs $50 in advance and includes a pint glass collectable, five delectable courses and five perfectly paired beers. There are only 35 spots so make sure to get your reservation today! Slainte Here are the courses and the beers to preview! Course 1 (Paired with …
My foodie senses perk up to talk of a new restaurant. They really get going when said restaurant will feature fare not typically found on local menus. So when word hit the street that Dublin Square Irish Pub & Eatery was opening, my excitement was a bit (and yes, I’m so tempted to write “wee” bit) over the top. Although the culture of the Emerald Isle is represented annually through Irishfest La Crosse, the cuisine itself has been somewhat foreign to the Coulee Region dining landscape. Owners Matt Birnbaum, Tim …