Welcome to The Bleeding Horse
The Bleeding Horse is a historically significant public house located in Upper Camden Street, Dublin, Ireland. It dates at least back to the 17th century, and was located on St. Kevin’s Port (now Camden St.) at the junction of two important highways leading out of the city.
On one side was Charlotte St., leading to Ranelagh and Donnybrook; on the other side was Old Camden St., which joined Richmond St. and led to Rathmines and Cullenswood. Both of these old streets disappeared during the renovations in the 1990s. The present building dates from 1871; the interior was renovated in 1992.
There are (at least) two explanations for the name. One is that when a horse got the “staggers” it was bled by a farrier at the inn. Another is that the name of the pub comes from an incident during the Battle of Rathmines in 1649, when a wounded horse fled from the battle.
The Bleeding Horse has been mentioned in several classic novels, most notably the Cock and Anchor (1845) by Sheridan Le Fanu and Ulysses by James Joyce. Literary patrons included James Clarence Mangan and Oliver St. John Gogarty.
For several years during the 1960s the name of the pub was changed to “The Falcon”, but the original name was replaced in the 1970s.
CHOOSE BETWEEN ...
Homemade Soup Of The Day
served with homemade brown bread or gluten free bread. (1,8,9)
Bleeding Horse's Hot & Sticky Chicken Wings
in a hot and spicy sauce tossed in sesame seeds, Cashel blue cheese dip. (1,10,11)
Bleeding Horse Fish & Chips
smoked cod and fresh ling cooked in a light beer batter with homemade tartar sauce and mixed leaves (1,5,6,10)
Ravioli Ricotta Of Spinach
served with roast cherry tomato, baby spinach in a rich tomato sauce and Parmesan (1,5)
served with black pudding, croquettes, buttered bok choy and cider jus ( )
Dessert Of The Day
ask your server for details
The following is a guide to the allergens contained in our food: 1 = Gluten, 2 = Crustacean, 3 = Eggs, 4 = Fish, 5 = Peanuts, 6 = Soybeans, 7 = Milk/Dairy, 8 = Nuts, 9 = Celery, 10 = Mustard, 11 = Sesame Seed, 12= Sulphur Dioxide, 13 = Lupin, 14 = Molluscs. All our dishes may contain traces of nuts
Smirnoff, ginger beer, lime wedges, angostura bitters
Smirnoff, Kahlua with milk / cream
Gordon's, fresh mint, lime juice, cucumber and soda
Tequila, Cointreau, lime juice and sugar
Aperol, prosecco, soda and orange juice