History

Starting off as a smaller house in Middletown, it was moved across the Navesink River about 1840, to Red Bank.  The original location is not known, but likely between Front Street and Mechanic Street. After the Civil War, circa 1868 the house was moved a second time to a location at 60 Broad Street. There, Robert Allen Jr, one of Red Bank's earliest lawyers, remodeled the house to the Mansardic or Second Empire style. This style was very popular between 1865-1880, and several notable examples of this architecture still exist in Red Bank to this day.



 Victorian architectural heritage includes many commercial buildings and stately residences. Among the latter is Red Bank & the charming Mansardic house known as The Dublin House Restaurant & Pub; located at 30 Monmouth Street. Just a short distance off Broad Street, the House is about 175 years old, having been moved and remodeled several times in its history.

OPENING HOURS

THE DUBLIN HOUSE

DAILY PUB HOURS
11am - 2am
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KITCHEN HOURS
Sunday - Thursday 11am - 9pm
Friday & Saturday 11am - 10pm
Brunch Seating
(Sunday Only) 11am -2pm
 
Front Bar Open Daily Until 2am

 

30 Monmouth Street
Red Bank NJ 07701
info@thedublinhouse.co
T  /  732.747.6699

 

PARTIES

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