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Nick Jonas drops by for dinner at the Irish Rugby Legends Dublin pub

Nick Jonas drops by for dinner at the Irish Rugby Legends Dublin pub

Pop sensation Nick Jonas dropped by for a bite to eat at Dublin’s The Bridge 1859, a pub owned by a host of Irish rugby legends. The Ballsbridge boozer is co-owned by former Irish stars Rob and Dave Kearney, Jamie Heaslip and Sean O’Brien.

And pop star Nick Jonas decided to pop into the popular spot during his stay in Dublin and briefly posed alongside some of the waiting staff at the venue.

The pub’s social media account also told Nick that they will have a table reserved for three and that they will be bringing his two brothers with them when they return to play their sold-out 3Arena gig later this year.

Taking to social media, the pub said: “It was an absolute pleasure hosting Nick Jonas from the Jonas Brothers for dinner last night! Thanks for stopping by, Nick! I hope to see you again soon! And hey, we have tables for three if you want to bring your brothers next time #oneforthewall”

The singer appears to be on the mend after a severe flu attack that forced the trio to reschedule some of their Mexican shows. An excited Nick took to social media last week to break the news.

The Jonas brothers return to Ireland in September, playing Belfast on September 9 before playing Dublin a day later on September 10.

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