Established 1798, Johnnie Fox’s is one of Ireland’s oldest and most famous traditional pubs in Ireland. Renowned for being the highest pub in the country!
Nestled high in the Mountains, in the peaceful township of Glencullen and surrounded by the beautiful scenery and serenity of the Wicklow & Dublin’s countryside, Johnnie Fox’s is just a 20 minute drive from Bray.
Guests from all over the world have set on a journey through the Wicklow mountains to
discover the quaint charm that lies behind the doors at Johnnie Fox’s.
The pub has featured prominently in the historic and social evolution of Ireland and the success enjoyed today is partially down to the commitment of Johnnie Fox’s to preserve the relics of Ireland’s proud history that maintains its nostalgic originality. The setting is just like you have been invited to a 19th century rural Irish home, with food and service to the 21st century’s standards.
Live entertainment has always been a trade mark of Johnnie Fox’s and can be enjoyed seven nights a week and during the day time every weekend.
Johnnie Fox’s world famous ‘Hooley’ Show is the longest running all year round Irish dancing show in Ireland. Guests can avail of a special four course menu with a full night of entertainment, at the famous ‘Hooley Night’. This allows customers to savor the highlights of Johnnie Fox’s culinary offerings before enjoying a night of top-class performances from acts playing folk, ballads, and traditional music followed by the wonderful Johnnie Fox’s Irish dancing show. This famous dance show is renowned to be one of the best cultural shows in the country.
From film icons to farmers, from sporting greats to singing legends, from Presidents to Prime Ministers, the pub has become famous for its guests and its true ‘Céad míle fáilte’.
Hooley Night’s Menu: Menu Specials