White House Pub & Irish Watering Holes
The pub culture is an integral part of British life with origins that date back to Roman times. Ireland, in particular, is known for both its national beers and local pubs, with a history spanning 5,000 years. A custom that is truly embedded in Irish life, going to the ‘local’ is about much more than just having a drink. A visit to the White House Pub Dublin, or any other traditional inn, is a social event. It’s about camaraderie, community and friendship. Ireland itself has over 7,000 pubs to explore, so you won’t need to travel far for an incredible experience.
Pubs are traditionally family-owned, and names reflect patronage, ownership or the street itself. In the case of the White House Pub, the name undoubtedly originated because it is, obviously, white!