Dublin Nightlife

  • The Temple Bar
    The Temple Bar
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  • One wall in Temple Bar
    One wall in Temple Bar
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  • One of the bars.
    One of the bars.
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  • 1. Temple Bar Area

    Dublin is one of the places in the world with the liveliest nightlife. Temple Bar is an area where the bars and restaurants are side by side, the choice becoming very difficult. We wanted live...

  • 2. Clubs

    My sister and I were severely ridiculed by the door men at The Everleigh Garden last night. We were respectfully dressed, stone cold sober and more importantly well mannered. After my sister being...

  • 3. Bars....

    We went here recently and had a great time. Buskers is a large bar and has great seating areas. We all had burgers which were delicious, freshly made and as described on the menu, chips were hot and...

  • 4. Live Music

    It was nice, the couple of hours spent in this large bar, listening to popular music and seeing folk dancing, in the company of a Guinness. Not expensive, maybe a little... touristy, but it was...

  • 5. Traditional Pubs

    This pub features daily traditional Irish music along with decent food. It's a little on the expensive side but worth it with all day traditional Irish music on this multifloor establishment. Just...

  • 6. Gay / Lesbian Bars

    Located just across the river from Temple Bar, on one of the city's happening strips stretching from Parliament Street to Capel Street, Panti Bar is one of Dublin's most hilarious bars. It began life...

  • 7. Trendy Bars

    I've written about the original Porterhouse in another tip, and I would whole-heartedly recommend it. The same company has taken on an ex art-deco style garage and built an excellent and acheingly...

  • 8. Themed Pubs

    In advance of my trip to Ireland, I posted a notice for an informal VT meeting at the Long Stone in Dublin. The Long Stone is a large pub/restaurant in the Trinity College area. The pub has a combined...

  • 9. Dress Code

    the one thing you have to remember about most places in dublin at night: dress code. budget travel attire usually does'nt fly unless your a hot girl. even if your clothes are reasonable, tennis shoes...

  • 10. Comedy Clubs

    There's a great stand-up comedy night every Tuesday and Thursday evening in Ha'Penny Inn on Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. Its a good fun and drinks are quite cheap too. Great if you want to...

  • 11. Theatres

    The Olympia is a beautifully old theatre the interior is very old fashioned. Built in 1879. You can still see a play and a wide range of events from concerts to comedy. Box office is beside the...

  • 12. Cinemas

    Obviously, it’s a cinema, with the latest arthouse fare, but it’s also a pub, a restaurant and an occasional music venue. You need to be a member to watch films here, but they sell weekly...

  • 13. Free Listings

    Not a nightlife spot, but a listings magazine which is free everywhere called the Event Guide. Practically everything that happens in Dublin is listed here from Gigs to clubs to art exhibitions to...

  • 14. Battle of the Axe Comedy

    Every Tues and Thurs, 9.30pm Battle of the Axe is currently enjoying its 20th successive year at The Ha’penny Bridge Inn by the famous Ha’penny Bridge in Temple Bar. The club presents an eclectic mix...

  • 15. O Donoghue's of Suffolk Street: Another great pint with good ambiance and food!

    This was another great spot I happened upon walking around taking photos. I sat down and great conversation with two locals one who was a bookie betting on the...

  • 16. Temple Bar: Where else for a night out?

    If you are looking to go for a wander at night in Dublin or to have a wild night out, it doesn't matter which, the place to go is of course, the Temple Bar...

  • 17. The Stag’s Head: Fun!

    We ended up in this pub looking for a genuine Dublin place - not a touroid hangout. It’s in Temple Bar, but isn’t touristy. I think we were the only out of...

  • 18. O'Neill's: ideal!

    We bumped into this pub as we were finding our way from the bus stop to the restaurant in the evening. It looked “traditional” so we popped in. It was lovely....

  • 19. The Brazen Head: Have a pint at Dublin's oldest pub!

    Although it claims to be the oldest pub in the country, Sean's Bar in Athlone actually is a couple centuries older than The Brazen Head. But still, this...

  • 20. McDaids: Loved the atmosphere at McDaids!

    We hadn't really planned on going to McDaids but as it started raining - or rather pouring - as we were walking up Grafton Street, we ducked into a side street...

  • 21. Messrs Maguire: One of the Cheapest Pints in Town!

    This is one of those something for almost everyone pubs with 3 bars, a restaurant, a dance floor, a library and its own brewery, spead over 4 floors and taking...

  • 22. O'Shea's Merchant: A genuine Irish night out!

    I enjoyed a lot this place. It was not at the popular and crowded Temple Bar area, but further away near the Liffey river. So don't mix it with other places...

  • 23. Whelans: Live music

    Whelans is a live music venue where you can catch up and coming and established rock/alternitive/folk acts from Ireland and abroad...great atmosphere...cosy...

  • 24. Ronnie Blacks Dawson Lounge: Smallest pub in Dub!

    If you find yourself in here you are in (whats believed to be) Dublins smallest house of Ale.The pint however is still the same measure and just as tasty. Its...

  • 25. McDaids: Relax!

    A nice gem of a pub just off Grafton street and across from Bruxelles.Nice Dublin atmosphere and a break from the hectic pace of Temple Bar.Try and get here...

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