The pub first opened its doors in 1896 to serve Malahide's fishermen. Today, Smyth's caters to both local residents and visitors seeking an authentic Irish experience. Built from brick, stone and oak, the pub's low ceilings and subtle lighting create a cozy atmosphere. The pub presents Irish folk and ballad music during the week, while accommodating a crowd of mostly tourists on weekends. Photos honoring Ireland's sporting and sea history adorn the walls, and a glass ceiling brings in natural light during the day. After a day on the beach, patrons are only two blocks away from a cold beer and simple food such as stew in a bread bowl, burgers and wraps. Thanks a lot.