We'll start this story by reminding you to always drink responsibly.
With St. Patrick's Day just around the corner, business across Dublin are getting ready to welcome people through their doors.
Half a million people are estimated to line the streets of the capital this Sunday for the St. Patrick's Day parade.
Gardai have already warned they will be constantly monitoring crowd sizes and behaviour.
If Temple Bar becomes too full, people will be refused entry until it empties out.
The parade, the funfair and wearing green will be the orders of the day.
A few scoops will also be on the minds of many.
If Guinness is your St. Patrick's Day go-to, the guys at The Sweater Shop have kindly priced a pint of the black stuff in every pub in Dublin.
Here are the cheapest and most expensive pubs in Dublin to have a Guinness on St. Patrick’s day:
The cheapest pubs
The Snug Bar €3.70
The Portobello €4.00
The Auld Triangle €4.00
Downey's (Cabra) €4.00
The Lark Inn €4.10
Dicey Reillys Bar €4.20
The Yacht Public House €4.20
Kavanagh's (Stoneybatter) €4.20
The Bridge Tavern €4.20
The Clock €4.20
The most expensive pubs
The Temple Bar - €6.90
The Vathouse Bar of Temple Bar- €6.80
Oliver St. John Gogarty - €6.50
Fitzsimons Temple Bar - €6.50
Auld Dubliner - €6.50
Café en Seine - €6.30
The Church - €6.15
Buskers Bar - €6.00
The Quays Bar & Restaurant - €5.90
The Jar - €5.90
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