The Henry Grattan pub has been popular amongst Dubliners for several generations, the pub now offers the same welcome to the Atlantic City community. Constructed entirely from authentic salvage including parts of the Henry Grattan Pub in Dublin, Rí Rá dates from 1844 to 1903. When entering the pub, you will be surrounded by the timeless craftsmanship that is a hallmark of Victorian Dublin.
The Victorian pub was born of meticulous and painstaking attention to ornate decorative detail and an insistence on quality craftsmanship, characteristic of nineteenth century artisans. This style, common to Dublin, harks back to the days when it was as vital to please the eye as the palate. The interiors are warm, rich and lavish.
The Victorian pub incorporates beveled and gilded mirrors, elaborate mosaics and terra cotta tiles, finely turned timbers and elaborately carved, fine-grained hardwoods that are twisted into fantastic barley-sugar shapes. Framed pictures hang from the dark-wood walls. At Rí Rá you will be surrounded by the timeless craftsmanship that is a hallmark of Victorian Dublin.
Atlantic City is a wonderland of extraordinary entertainment venues, the beating heart of which is located on or around the Boardwalk area, none more impressive than ‘The Quarter’ at the Tropicana Casino, a three storey indoor ‘streetscape’ which opened in 2004 - home to Rí Rá Atlantic City.