Pubs in Dublin all set to receive US visitors

 Thursday, March 16, 2023 


The last few years proved to be tough for the pubs in Dublin, with the pandemic and price rise wrecking profit limits and affecting indigenous demand. Nevertheless, an inflow of American tourists, along with a robust US dollar and all set to spend, are expected to propel the hospitality and travel industry of Ireland, starting from hotels, bars to golf clubs and visitor hotspots this summer.

Tom Doone, running the Merchant’s Arch in Dublin’s Temple Bar district said that a lot of Americans are arriving in Ireland due to the strong dollar. Doone is anticipating an eventful tourism season, which usually starts with St. Patrick’s Day on March 17.

Robin Lucas, a visitor from Washington DC said that it is much stress-free to spend money compared to where she’s from, before her first ever tour to the emerald isle. After journeying around parts of Ireland, Lucas will rejoice on St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin’s well-known pub district.

With the price of drinks also increasing in principal US cities, Lucas said that visiting anywhere else is a lot better. A stable stream of visitors from the US will help balance the increasing energy and food bills of pub owners at a time when locals are competing with swelling prices of their own.

Lately, Diageo Plc enhanced the general worth of Guinness by 12 euro cents per beer, forcing many publicans to transmit the increase to customers.

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