Diceys garden

Famously known as Dicey Reilly’s, Diceys Garden has been recently refitted to cater more for our customers needs. With a unique bright and airy atmosphere, many plasma screens and adjoining on to Dublin’s award winning Beer Garden, this bar, affectionately known as Dicey’s, is undeniably one of the hottest night spots in Dublin. Dicey’s offers […]

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Dtwo

d|two offers its customers a sophisticated blend of modern surroundings, great atmosphere with fast, friendly and efficient service. It is complimented by a really tasty bar food menu and a mouth watering cocktail menu. Not to mention our award winning carvery with all dishes priced at €6.95 from Monday – Friday 12pm – 2.30pm. d|two have […]

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Crawdaddy

Crawdaddy has closed. We’ll keep you informed if it reopens soon. Crawdaddy opened its doors in 2004 with the aim of providing Dublin with a live venue to be truly proud of, a place where music is the foremost consideration and artists were treated with due respect by a committed team of engineers, bookers and […]

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Bernard Shaw, The

As promoters, music is our first love and putting on parties and events is our job. Musically, we cover a lot of bases. We have DJs and bands 6 days a week playing across the board from house to drum and bass, Baltimore to grime, roots reggae to disco, hip hop to rock. Events-wise, on […]

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Anseo

Anseo on Dublin’s Camden Street has over 14 beers from around the world on draught and many more in bottles. We try to support smaller breweries and not just the fat cats so you will find beers brewed by small independent Irish companies alongside one of the best pints of stout in Dublin. With DJ’s […]

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Central bar

A queit locals bar on Camden street. Much like Devitt’s in the locality, this place offers a more traditional escape from the usually hip, loud, and lively atmospheres found in pubs along this stretch. A good place for sports, quiet drinks and promotions.

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Whelans

Whelan’s of Wexford Street is in the unique position of being not only one of the most important live music venues of the last decade, but also one of Ireland’s most famous pubs, favoured for its warm, convivial atmosphere. Whelan’s live venue and bar is located on the bustling Wexford Street strip in Dublin’s city […]

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Village, The

Located on the bustling Wexford Street thoroughfare, next door to its famous sister venue Whelan’s, The Village incorporates a live music venue, late night bar, restaurant and nightclub. The building, designed by acclaimed architect Chris Jones of Atlantic Architects comprises over 1200m.sq of bars and entertainment space over three floors Combining old and new, the […]

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Solas

Located on Dublin’s Wexford Street, SOLAS Bar and Restaurant is only a five minute stroll from Grafton Street. SOLAS are very proud of their award winning Cocktails and their designer bars.   Winning the National Hospitality Ireland, Award for Best Cocktail Bar, sponsored by IMAGE Magazine, Best National City Bar, sponsored by Bulmers.    The SOLAS kitchens […]

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Swan bar

The Swan was establised in 1723. The present bar dates from 1897 and is only one of twelve remaining intact orginal victorian bars in Dublin. The bar has many distinguising features like a cash desk, solid scottish granite bar counter, original copper alloy pouring taps, ornate hand carved teak bar back, mounted barrels for pouring […]

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JJ Smyths

JJ Smyth’s is a family owned bar in the center of Dublin city. Home to many a musician, Jazz and Blues alike. It started off as a family owned grocery and public house back in the 1730’s, it has changed throughout the years and now you can hear live Jazz and Blues sounds of the […]

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Market bar

On entering visitors walk through an open-air heated courtyard with tables and chairs, leading into the vast luminous warehouse that is the Market Bar. Inside the sky-lit interior the original red-brick walls are maintained, tall plants are interspersed around rustic wooden benches creating a warm and earthy effect. There is a smoking area on the mezzanine. […]

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Capitol lounge

Situated in the heart of Dublin’s fashionable village quarter, at the top of South Great Georges Street, Capitol Lounge is one of Dublin City Centre’s premier establishments. Seven nights a week, Capitol serves up a cosmopolitan mix of excellent drinks, great music and sophisticated surroundings, catering for the discerning customer who wants a little more. […]

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Long Hall, The

A real landmark pub in Dublin dating back to 1881, it still keeps its Victorian image and decor in tact. Carpeted floors, muskets on the wall and the in pub archways make this a pub of real comfort and historical significance. If you’re visiting the city, the busy atmosphere of the pub will tell you […]

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No name bar/ Secret bar

You can access ‘The Secret Bar’ directly from the hotel. ‘The Secret Bar’ is named so, as the bar was never really given a name when it first opened. A number of names have served the bar thus far including ‘The Bar With No Name’, ‘3 Fade Street’ and ‘The Snail Bar’. Suffice to say, […]

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