Irish pubs will open their doors this Good Friday for the first time in 90 years and to celebrate, the very first Good Friday pub crawl is taking place.
Dublin website, Publin, is running the event which aims to give punters the history of the Good Friday prohibition and information on each pub they visit.
We'll be hosting the first ever #GoodFriday Pub Crawl this year. We'll go through the history of 4 pubs, have a few drinks and toast to the first time pubs have opened on Good Friday to sell alcohol in 90 years. https://t.co/qITRJtJGqJ
— Publin.ie (@publinie) January 25, 2018
The laws banning pubs, clubs and off-licences from serving alcohol on Good Friday was lifted by the Dáil yesterday afternoon and will be signed into law in time for Easter.
It kicks off at 6:30pm and will take in four different bars. Tickets are available here.
This is an over 18's event and remember to always drink responsibly - Visit DrinkAware.ie