Bodytonic Music is where we started and what we use to promote events, ideas & music.
We partner and run various initiatives in our local community with each of our bars. If you are running a charity event in our area, and would like us to donate tickets, or food/drinks vouchers, or use our venue to hold a meeting or a fundraising event please get in touch. We might not be able to honour every request, and its important that it be local to us , but other than that, thats it . Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for all requests.
What’s Greentonic you ask? It’s an extension of Bodytonic which focuses on all aspects of being green/reducing waste/energy efficient/environmentally friendly. We want to reduce our waste, remove single use plastic, be environmentally friendly and overall try to make the world (or our gaff for now) a better place. We got rid of plastic straws and single use plastic cups. We’ve got reusable plastic cups and metal straws for our events, which not only look the business but reduce our plastic waste. We’ve also banned takeaway coffee cups in the office – Keep Cups all round’ baby. We’re also learning day by day, getting things wrong, making mistakes, and trying to make things right. If you have any ideas or see us doing silly things we can easily improve on, please let us know, we’re open to learning and doing as much as we can – email@example.com
Our home for getting creative with food & drinks…
Europe’s largest fire & smoke food festival, every year we get 20,000 BBQ, beer and bushcraft fans to Dublin’s idyllic Herbert Park, Ballsbridge for 4 days & nights every August. Pitmasters from around the world drop in to share their favourite dishes, techniques and flavours from their fire pits. Learn the difference between Asado (South American), Mediterranean, German, Asian, Irish and Southern USA style low ‘n’ slow BBQ methods. whole hogs, lamb on spits, flying chickens, goat, wild Irish game, Southern Style ribs, Asian skewered meats, Brazilian steaks and many more tantalising dishes and displays. Chocablock with alks, demos, music, talks and a great big kiddies area. Awarded Best Food Festival in 2017 by the McKenna Guide.
The Eatyard is our food market space on 9-10 South Richmond St right next door to The Bernard Shaw. It’s been 2-4 years in the talking and making, and has grown out of our annual Beatyard & Big Grill festivals, the various flea and car boot sales we’ve hosted as well as numerous trips to destinations like Austin, London, South Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe. A mish-mash of all of the above has gotten us to this point. Our aim at Eatyard is to elevate Irish Street Food to a new level and bring a unique casual dining experience to Dublin. We are looking for innovative & creative food producers, chefs, cooks or vendors who follow the ethos of doing something simple really well.
The flea features rotating vendors on once a month on a Sunday. Showcasing Irish design collectives, local artists, house clearances, nail artists, vinyl vendors, vintage clothing, crafts, furniture, jewelery, books, bakers, makers, growers and doers.
We have a brand new market opening up in Jam Park soon Market Park it’s on every Sunday with a mix of farmers market vendors, flea vendors, crafts, artisan products, entertainment. Find out more here.
3000 capacity venue in Swords, rooftop restaurant, massive rooftop terrace, mini golf course, arcade, board games bar, karaoke, ping pong, massive room for sports, movies, gigs.
Book in now: jam-park.com
The Bernard Shaw was/is our first bar. In existence since 1895, Bodytonic started a new chapter in 2006 and have tried to keep her lit since. The reason its called the Bernard Shaw is that when we took over the bar, it was called the George Bernard Shaw [ he was born nearby on Synge Street], and when we took it over, we had no money, so we kept the sign as was, and shortend the name to ‘The Bernard Shaw’. Why? Why not…
Book in now: The Bernard Shaw
A pub, no fuss. Located on Clanbrassil Street. MVP make amazing cocktails, is dog & chess friendly.
Book in now: MVP
The Back Page is a pub in Phibsborough that covers an eclectic mish-mash of ideas from music, comedy, games of all shapes and sizes, salads & pizza, craft beers, a simple cocktail menu, sports events of all descriptions, and quality teas & coffees.
Book in now: The Back Page
The Square Ball is located at 45 Hogan Pl, Dublin 2. Just around the corner from Holles Street. Games, sports, Fowl Play BBQ, Bingo, weekly quiz.
Book in now: The Square Ball
A live fire eatery in The Square Ball servin’ up Free Range Birds cooked on our wood-fired rotisserie & smokers, complimented by top-notch sides and snacks.
Pot Duggans is a contemporary Irish pub serving quality Irish drinks & food produce. Nestled away in Enistymon Co. Clare be sure to call in if you’re passing by. Winner of the McKenna Guide ‘ Pub of the Year’ award.