The Little Pig
To Make a Reservation,
Call: 01 565 4398
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During Prohibition, there were two types of venues where you could get a drink: a ‘blind pig’ or ‘blind tiger’ was a venue that catered more to the lower class with dancing and live music, serving beer and poorly-made moonshine — sometimes even produced on the premises itself. The second type of venue was a speakeasy which was a luxurious hidden venue aimed at the upper class, where the finest alcohol was acquired and talented bartenders were brought in to mix delicious cocktails for famous movie stars and politicians of the day.
The Little Pig, hidden away in the heart of Dublin city, is a nod to these beautiful rooms of years past with plush décor, fine wines, and the highest quality spirits. The sister bar to The Blind Pig, the brainchild from award-winning bartender Paul Lambert, it is a truly sophisticated and opulent 1920s speakeasy. Covered in rich red velvet upholstered walls with a copper ceiling, it has a bar reminiscent of truly old school glamour. The Little Pig is plush and warm, offering intimate seating for groups both large and small. Boasting some of the finest martinis you’ll ever taste, it also has an absinthe fountain, delicious champagne cocktails and the best Old Fashioneds you’ll find in the city. If you find yourself hungry, why not try some of the delicious New York–Italian inspired dishes on offer, all of which have been created to match the drinks. You may well just find yourself transported back to 1920s high society!
To make a reservation: Book using the form below and, like its predecessor, all will be revealed once you make a reservation. A confirmation email will be sent straight to your inbox giving you our location including directions, codes and the password for entry.
Our opening hours to the public for the Little Pig for the moment are
5pm to 12am Thursday
5pm to 2am Friday
5pm to 2am Saturday
We open 7 nights a week for private and corporate events by reservation only.
Valentines Day Menu
Includes a glass of Prosecco per person and a rose for the lady.