Lounge is our first Georgian room facing out to sth william street, we have sourced a fabulous eclectic collection of period furnishings, artifacts and boho décor that will appeal to the inner poet or artist inside you.
The White room cries out Georgian decadence, this room was originally Lady Powerscourt’s dressing room. The space still retains the original French influenced plasterwork and chandeliers.
We have introduced luxurious furniture and a fabulous bespoke bar, this is the perfect space for sipping cocktails and being seen, the white room overlooks the piazza of the Powerscourt townhouse.
The Library room in the mezzanine area has floor to ceiling bookshelves packed with fantastic classical books, sink into our leather sofas and enjoy an afternoon cognac or cappuccino. An ideal space to meet friends or have some time away from the hectic city life.
The club area is a contempory space featuring a perfect blend of modern yet classy furnishings complemented by a state of the art sound and lighting system. The space will play host to a number of top Irish and International dj’s, blending an eclectic collection of grooves for your ultimate night out.
Dublin Pubs Open For Food and Drink in December (and take away drinks)
From Friday 4th of December some of Dublin's pubs will be allowed to open for food and drinks.
Dublin pubs open with limited outdoor capacity
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