TONERS of Baggot Street, one of Dublin’s oldest and most famous pubs was established in the early nineteenth century. It's a traditional pub with a popular beer garden. It boasts a gorgeous rustic interior adorned with original features dating back to its establishment; a dark wooden bar, a framed snug, and a grocery store. Authors, poets and playwrights, such as Patrick Kavanaugh Bram Stoker and W. B. Yeats were among its frequenters. Toners have been pouring pints for almost 200 years and like a lot of the old pubs has one blend of whiskey.