White’s Tavern has been serving liquor since 1630, which makes it an even older establishment than all of the above (though technically not the oldest pub; it began life as a wine shop). It was renovated in 2014 to keep it looking…well, decidedly not new, and that’s exactly why people love the place. The decor is all old whiskey bottles and vintage photos, with the quintessentially Irish smell of burning peat wafting from the fireplace. The upstairs bar turns into a nightclub on weekends (admission £5). Every other Monday in summer it turns the courtyard into a makeshift cinema, showing retro movies—for free (free popcorn, too). See the website for listings. The entrance to Winecellar Entry is between High and Rosemary streets.