Ireland’s Best Loved Pub & Entertainment Venue

Located in Rathfarnham, Dublin, across from Marlay Park, Taylors is the perfect venue for private functions, a bite to eat or a bit of craic. Live music in the Farmhouse Bar every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night.

Taylors is home to two of Ireland’s most famous tourist attractions (Taylors Irish Cabaret & Taylors Irish Night) and of course, RTE’s Dragon’s Den – a traditional Irish pub with a twist!

Irish Cabaret
Irish Night

A brief history of Taylors

The name Taylor’s Three Rock is derived from two sources; The Taylor Family Homestead and Three Rock Mountain.

Since 1690’s, the Taylors were eminent farmers and in the 18th Century, Thomas Taylor became Lord Mayor of Dublin. The Taylor’s continue to live and farm in the locality and many roads and place names bear their family name. The family are also credited with initiating the landscaping of the stunning 220 acre Marley Park, located across the road.

Three Rock Mountain, one of the most prominent peaks on the South County Dublin skyline, rises directly behind the pub and provides a gateway to the infamous Dublin and Wicklow mountains.

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Staff @ Taylors Three Rock

Kellie
KellieDuty Manager
Kellie has worked in Taylors for over 10 years. When the bands are playing you will find her singing her heart out to the locals at the bar or dancing in the kitchen. When she is not singing and dancing she is busy organising parties.
Rebecca
RebeccaDuty Manager
Rebecca is Taylors answer to Tina Turner, the number 1 Karaoke Queen! With over 6 years of experience working in Taylors herself, she has a wealth of knowledge and specialises in pulling pints!
Michael
MichaelDuty Manager
Michael can be seen busy in the heart of the action most weekends; he enjoys the occasional apres work pint and leaves the singing up to the girls!
Lorraine
LorraineBar Staff
Lorraine has been working in Taylors over 2 years now and has been known to fill up the Jukebox with One Direction requests on more than one occasion…