Johnnie Fox’s Pub is located in the village of Glencullen on the border of south Dublin and Wicklow. It was established in 1798 and is one of the most famous pubs in Ireland visited by everyone from rock stars to royalty. The building used to be a smallholding farm and areas within the bar called ‘the pig house’ and ‘the Haggart’ remind people of their original use. Glencullen, the area around the bar, was a Catholic stronghold in the 19th century. Daniel O’Connell, the great Irish liberator, favored this venue as one of his ‘safe’ meeting houses. It is claimed to not only be the highest pub in Ireland but also the only pub to have a ‘grave’ in the wall. A beautiful pint can be enjoyed taking in the exceptional views towards Sugarloaf Mountain.