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The Old Boro Pub / Wetherspoons Swords

The Old Boro Pub Swords

The Old Boro pub which is now owned by J.D. Wetherspoon is located at the junction of Main Street Swords and Malahide Road,

Old Borough
Main st Swords Co. Dublin
Tel: (01)8957685  
This pub is closed for renovations and should be open shortly.

Price list for Wetherspoons Pubs In Ireland
Fosters lager                      €3.95
Heineken                            €4.75
Staropramen                       €4.95
Tom Crean's Irish Cider      €4.75
Murphy's Stout                    €3.95
Bemish Stout                       €3.95
Tetley's Smooth Flow          €3.95
Thatchers Gold                    €4.25
Symonds Cider                    €3.95
Hobgoblin Ale                      €3.75
Dogfish Head Dna               €4.75
Shipyard American Pale Ale €4.75

Example Of Wine Prices
Chardonnay [ white ] 175ml  €4.25
Pinot Grigio [white ]175ml    €4.25
Merlot [ Red ] 175ml            €4.25
Rioja [ Red ] 175ml             €5.95

Wetherspoons don't sell any products that are made by Diageo / Guinness, So no Smithwicks or pints of Guinness.

 Old Boro School History And Design  The pub is a former National School and was used by the Protestant residents of Swords until it's closure in 2000.

Detached nine-bay two-storey former national school house, c.1810, on a T-shaped plan. Attributed to architect Francis Johnston. Pair of single-bay single-storey projecting porches to front and three-bay two-storey return to rear. Now in use as offices. ROOF: Double pitched; slate; concrete ridge tiles; granite coping; roughcast chimney stack; yellow clay pots; timber eaves; cast-iron rainwater goods; hipped roofs to porches; slate; rolled lead ridge tiles. WALLS: Roughcast over rubble stone; unpainted. OPENINGS: Square headed opening; granite sills; 6/6 timber sash windows; cylinder glass; replacement timber panelled door to left porch; sidelight and overlight; round headed door opening to right porch; timber panelled door; overlight. The information here is how the building was when it was first built in 1810. Some changes have taken place since and most if not all of the original features are gone. The outside mainframe of the building is pretty much the same as it originally was. 

I have no doubt that  Wetherspoons  will also make a few changes before opening. Wetherspoons  generally have an open plan pub which is bright and spacious. They do have large screen television with the sound muted [ at last, a pub that's not dominated by television ]. All the tables in the pub are numbered, this helps when ordering food, you simply go up to the bar and order your food giving the table number and the food will be brought down to your table.

The Old Boro Pub Swords

The Old Boro Public House Swords County Dublin

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