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Rum Bar for Dublin

A tiki rum bar is to open in Dublin early next year.
Called 'Ohana, it will be locted  in the basement of 17 Harcourt Street in Dublin 2.
Run by Doug Leddin, who previously worked at An Púcán in Galway, and general manager Will Lynch, 'Ohana will  accommodate up to 200 people and will feature five separate sections, including a ' jungle terrace' and a 'smugglers cove'.
Ohana will offer over 200 different rums, which will be served in custom tiki glassware sourced from Greece, Italy and the Caribbean. Customers will be able to make online reservations.
At weekends, 'Ohana will be open late and feature a mixture of live music and DJ sets.



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