Showcasing the best bars and restaurants in Dublin, the newly launched Celtic Cocktail Trail celebrates the city’s Irish attitude with Irish-themed cocktails.
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Tomorrow is the start of the Celtic Cocktail Trail!! You can pick up your books here, the Dublin Visitor & Information Center, or at one of the other 10 Dublin area restaurants participating in the trail. To get a stamp is easy just come in and order a beer. We recommend The Pint Room Dublin Irish Red by @buckeyelakebrewery , but any of our 102 drafts will do. There are prizes too! After you complete 5 stops you get a koozie, and after completing all 11 stops you get a t-shirt! So come see us and get started on the Trail! #celticcocktailtrail #drinkdublin #dublinproud #buckeyelakebrewery #dublinirishred #drinkup #beerme #drinktowin #102drafts #dublinohio
Presented by the Dublin Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Celtic Cocktail Trail is a passport program offering fun incentives for drinking local. Stop by the Dublin Convention and Visitors Bureau to pick-up a trail passport or download and print a copy. Collect five stamps to redeem a free koozie and a completed passport will earn you a limited edition Celtic Cocktail Trail t-shirt.
Eleven Dublin bars and restaurants have crafted an Irish-themed cocktail specifically for the Celtic Cocktail Trail. If you don’t want to drink the Celtic cocktail on the menu, your favorite libation can be substituted while still earning a passport stamp. Participating Dublin bars include: Tucci’s, J. Liu, Dublin Village Tavern, Mezzo, The Pint Room, Pins Mechanical Company, RAM Restaurant & Brewery, VASO Rooftop Lounge, 101 Beer Kitchen, Matt the Miller’s and The Bogey.
There is no time limit to complete the Celtic Cocktail Trail and it is not meant to be finished in one day. Instead, enjoy an adult beverage at one of the eleven participating bars at an after work happy hour, date night or a fun night out with friends. While several of the trail locations are close, not all stops can be reached by foot, so please drink responsibly and never drink and drive.
Cheers to drinking local! For more Ohio sips, Find It Here at Ohio.org.