The pub may be the biggest, but its not the only one you can set up in the city centre.
In a bid to stay open during the night, the Irish Pub Association has launched a bar initiative called Lalaaloopsy.
A cocktail and food venue, the bar will serve up a selection of lalaloops, served with a selection on the rocks, a drink or two, and a drink at the bar.
Lalailoops are made from a combination of pineapple and pineapple juice and are a traditional drink in Ireland.
“We are aiming to offer a range of drinks from all sorts of styles, but our lalaaloops are our favourite and we hope that they will be shared throughout the bar and with the community,” said Joe Walsh, director of operations.
The lalailoop cocktail, which is made from three lalalaos and one lime, will be served at the pub.
“Lalaaloop has been around for centuries, but with the advent of the internet and social media, its become a popular drink and it’s been an incredible hit,” said Mr Walsh.
“There is a big need to make this popular drink available, but to make it accessible to all.”
The lalamoops are a mixture of pineapple juice, lime juice and ice cubes.
They are served in a glass and a shot glass.
They will be on offer from Tuesday night and on Wednesday night.
The bar will also offer a selection from a selection at the club bar.
The cocktails, which include gin and rum, will also be available from Tuesday.
The pub will be open from 6pm on Wednesday to 9pm on Thursday.
“This is a great opportunity for us to be part of the community and to make the drinks available in a safe environment,” said Ms O’Brien.
“The drinks are available to anyone with a drink ticket.”
The pub has an opening to the public on Wednesday and Thursday and will open its doors from 8pm on Friday.
A number of bars in the region have also recently been launched to cater for the evening crowd, including the Bar and the Staircase.
A pub crawl was also recently held in Londonderry.
This was attended by about 300 people.
This year’s event will be held at the Hotel Regent on Wednesday.