Rody Bolands, bar sportif et bistro à Rathmines, Dublin est fier d’accueillir tous les fans de rugby français à Dublin ce week-end spécial!
Rodys de Rathmines a récemment reçu l’accolade comme étant l’un des 6 meilleurs pubs en Irlande à regarder le rugby et il est aussi le lieu à visiter pour une grande après-match party avec musique live, une excellente cuisine bistro et bar ouvert tard tous les week-end jusqu’à 3 heures
Montrez votre billet de match le vendredi soir ou avant le match de samedi, et recevoir un Jameson gratuit.
What a great weekend of rugby in prospect. Dublin will be hosting no less than two rugby finals with three French teams involved and our very own Leinster. Over 70,000 people will descend for this great rugby festival including over 22,000 French supporters.
Rodys of Rathmines was recently given the accolade as being one the top 6 pubs in Ireland to watch rugby and it is also the venue to visit for great after match parties with live music, superb bistro food and late bars all weekend till 3a.m.
It’s staring to feel like spring at last! And here is Rodys in Rathmines we will have a spring in our step throughout the bank holiday weekend.
HOLIDAY WEEKEND SPORT
It begins on Friday with the Leinster v Ospreys clash and then through Saturday and Sunday there are some superb end-of-season fixtures with two nail-biting days of Premier League clashes as team battle for survival and Europe places.
and don’t forget…
Keep an eye on our facebook page for sublime weekend specials cooked by our award-winning chef
A feast of rugby this Saturday! Leinster and Munster play in two semi-final clashes starting at 2.30pm. Rody Bolands in Rathmines is proud to have been picked by thescore.ie as one of the top 6 pubs in Ireland to watch rugby so why not come along and see for yourself?
Great craft beers, scrumptious new bistro menu from our award-winning chef all in a cavernous oak-paneled setting and superb party venue for all occassions!
The Champions League Quarter Finals will be shown live in Rodys sports bar and bistro in Rathmines in glorious high definition!
With both Real Madrid and Barcelona in action, it will be a feast for the eyes without doubt but you can also sate your other appetites at the same time by spoiling yourself with superb bistro food as well as the best craft beers in Dublin!
And to get you salivating here is a highlights recap of the cracking first leg game between PSG and Barcelona – we love the excitable Spanish commentator in this clip…
It promises to be a cracking night of football here in Rodys of Rathmines, the best sports bar in town!
We have two Champions League quarter finals with the highlight being Paris Saint Germain vs Barcelona or Ibrahimovic v Messi as some pundits are calling it. You can watch this one live in Rodys and also keep on eye on the other big game featuring Bayern Munich vs Juventus.
The match programme starts at 7pm with kick-off in both games at 7.45pm
Why not get in early and sample our superb new bistro menu from our award-winning chef? Looking forward to seeing you all here in Rodys.
And just to whet your appetite, here are a few goal highlights from some little bloke from Argentina…
If you are not going to the Ye Auld Lansdowne Road stadium (formerly known as the New Aviva Stadium) do attend Rathmines’ most modern traditional pub which purveys a new system called television.
You can enjoy the spectacle with other fine chaps and consume a multitude of libations as suits your fancy including stout beer, refreshing ale as well as elegant glasses of cream soda which you may procure for your womenfolk.
And to whet your appetite here is another televisual event which we bring you through the facilities of the interweb.
It concerns some chaps who are not famous talking about the association football match tomorrow.
When it is closed, it has an echo, which is no good,” Trapattoni said. “It is too loud. I was in Germany with this situation before, and it was bad for us because of the crowd. It would not be cold. The pitch is what’s important. It’s for the spectators that it will be cold.”
Ireland play Sweden on Friday night in Stockholm in a crunch World Cup qualifier.
Trappatoni above wants the roof off even though it will be -10C in the stadium but here in the hottest party pub in Rathmines we always know how to lift the roof!
Live coverage starts from 7pm on our super high-definition screens so get in early well before kick-off at 7.45pm.
Avail of our renowned range of craft beers and why not fortify yourself with superb cuisine from our award-winning chef.
Hopefully we will get the result we need but either way you can celebrate (or console yourself) with a later bar with music until 3am!
And just for your delectation, do take a look at this goal below – hopefully Sweden striker Ibrahomivic will not be in such scintillating form on Friday night!
Ibrahomivic’s overhead kick goal against England…superb!
TheScore.ie recently profiled Rody Bolands as part of the 6 Best Pubs in Ireland to watch the 6 Nations
And so it ends here…a decidedly mixed 6 Nations season for Ireland thus far but an opportunity for some divine rejuvenation in Rome on Saturday (16th March with kick-off at 3.30pm) when we play Italy in the Stadio Olimpico.
If you can’t get to Rome, Rodys is the place to be
Italy have really shown themselves to be real tough and indeed skillful opposition at times so this game on their home turf promises to be a real cracker (and not just the dead rubber encounter some might have had it to be).
If you can’t get to Rome, there is only one other place you want to be and that is her in Rody Bolands – the best rugby pub in town and the heartbeat of Rathmines!
This will also be a great warmer-upper to the key 6 Nations clash when Wales take on England for the tournament decider and possible Grand Slam for England (at 5pm immediately after the Ireland game).
And then you can kick loose and party till 3a.m. in Rodys with live music and craic guaranteed to make your St Patrick’s Weekend!
And will it be Brian O’Driscoll’s last hurrah? We hope not but here is a great video tribute to enjoy…
Maybe it could have or should have been different. At the start of the 6 Nations rugby season, one might have dreamed that Ireland v France on Saturday might have been the Championship decider and not potentially a fight to avoid the wooden spoon!
Nevertheless it promises to be a fascinating game with France in particular seeking to avoid an ignominious if not unprecedented fourth loss in a row. A lot of pride is at stake and we Irish do pride well!
Kicking off at 5pm, it is a perfect time to drop down to your favourite rugby pub in Rathmines (one of the best 6 rugby pubs in Ireland according to thescore.ie). And we are expecting a big crowd back from the Aviva for the after-match party with late bar and music till 3a.m.
And just to whet your appetite…remember this?
O’Driscoll Hat-trick against France in 2000
(Great Mise Éire soundtrack and commentary by George Hook btw)
Ireland team to play France;
Club/Province/International Caps -
15 - Rob Kearney (UCD/Leinster/44) 14 - Fergus McFadden (Old Belvedere/Leinster/16) 13 - Brian O’Driscoll (UCD/Leinster/123) 12 - Luke Marshall (Ballymena/Ulster/1) 11 - Keith Earls (Young Munster/Munster/37) 10 - AN Other 9 - Conor Murray (Garryowen/Munster/17) 1 - Cian Healy (Clontarf/Leinster/37) 2 - Rory Best (Banbridge/Ulster/65) 3 - Mike Ross (Clontarf/Leinster/27) 4 - Mike McCarthy (Buccaneers/Connacht/8) 5 - Donnacha Ryan (Shannon/Munster/26) 6 - Peter O’Mahony (Cork Constitution/Munster/12) 7 - Sean O’Brien (UCD/Leinster/25) 8 - Jamie Heaslip (Dublin University/Leinster/55) (capt)
16 - Sean Cronin (St. Mary’s College/Leinster/24) 17 - David Kilcoyne (UL Bohemians/Munster/5) 18 - AN Other 19 - Donncha O’Callaghan (Cork Constitution/Munster/93) 20 - Iain Henderson (Ballynahinch/Ulster/3) 21 - Eoin Reddan (Lansdowne/Leinster/49) 22 - AN Other 23 - Luke Fitzgerald (Blackrock College/Leinster/24)