Quays bar

The Quays Bar is situated in the heart of Dublins famous Temple Bar. It has a great mixture of both locals and tourists, making it one of Dublins liveliest pubs. The live Irish traditional music everyday makes the pub a magnet for those of you looking for a bit of craic. The stories told from […]

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Auld Dubliner, The

  Slap bang in the middle of Temple Bar, Dublin’s Cultural Quarter, you’ll find The Auld Dubliner. During the day, step into the Auld Dubliner for a relaxing oasis from the hustle and bustle outside. As the evening progresses, get caught up in the atmosphere of fun that permeates throughout. The Auld Dubliner, a pub […]

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Oliver St John Gogartys

If you are planning to visit Dublin, then Gogarty’s must be on your list. Our award winning Restaurant, serves the best in traditional Irish food & our lively Bar has traditional Music sessions every day of the week. Our Accommodation offers affordable options in the heart of Dublin City. Music & Entertainment Gogartys is situated […]

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Buskers

Buskers is a lively, modern & contemporary bar, and a well known landmark in a vibrant and hugely popular part of  Dublin city centre. Located on Fleet Street, Buskers is literally a stones throw from O’Connell Bridge, and around the corner from Trinity College, within the popular Temple Bar area. Buskers first opened in August 1993 and has maintained […]

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Cassidys

Cassidy’s of Westmoreland street is a very cool bar with an atmosphere not really seen in this area of town. They playa variety of music, have  board games, lounging chairs, a fussball table and a star wars mural to boot! A nice selection of international beers and food to keep you going.  

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Chaplins

Chaplins bar on Hawkins street (across from the screen cinema) has a certain charm that isn’t recreated in other dublin pubs. Some of their seats are unintentionally like thrones and give you a feeling of superiority. The again, if you know about Chaplins when others don’t, you have cause to feel superior! It’s a fantastic […]

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Bank bar, The

This site has been occupied since Viking times, as we are located in the oldest region of the city in close proximity to the viking Parliament or Thingmount. In the 17th and 18th centuries the area grew to even greater importance following the construction of Trinity College and later the Irish House of Parliament (Grattan’s […]

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O’Neills (Suffolk street)

Located in the historic heart of Dublin, just minutes from Trinity College and Grafton Street, is O’Neill’s pub, the perfect place for a quiet pint or the lively welcome this city is famous for. You’ll always be sure of a friendly welcome here. O’Neill’s has existed as a licensed premises for 300 years and is […]

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Foleys

  “An eclectic pub in the vibrant surroundings of Dublin 2, just a stone’s throw from Grafton Street.Whether it’s after-work drinks with the gang, watching sports at the weekend or you’re out for the night… whatever the occasion, Foley’s provides the perfect venue. Resident DJ’s spinning funky disco beats on Friday and Saturdays from 9pm […]

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O’Donoghues (Baggot street)

O’Donoghue’s has a rich heritage and stands on a very historical site in Dublin City. Yet it’s more modern musical history is really the stuff of legends. Ask any Irish man to name the artists or bands that have shaped Irish traditional and contemporary music and The name of the Dubliners always comes up. Christy […]

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Cafe en Seine

Enjoy a laid back café style experience by day. Lunch is served daily from noon where the menu features a selection of hot dishes, delicious soups, gourmet sandwiches and baguettes along with an excellent selection of coffees and yummy pastries. By night, Cafe en Seine turns into one of Dublin’s most stylish bars offering an […]

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Kehoes

Kehoe’s is a traditional Irish Pub. Kehoe’s was first licensed in 1803 when the winds of revolution spread across Western Europe. The premises that you see before you today, were completed towards the end of the 19th century in typical Victorian style. You can view stained glass mahogany doors, old Irish snugs, partitions and the […]

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Grafton Lounge

The Grafton Lounge off Grafton street (coincidentally enough…) is one of Dublin’s trendiest bars. Night time hangout of celebrities, models, and those with a fine eye for cocktails. Serving excellent food daily, it’s a great place to eat, drink, dance and anything else you can think of doing in a bar.

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Davy Byrnes

Davy Byrnes décor is original, authentic and pre-Second World War in theme. Boasting an excellent art collection, visitors can appreciate the three educational murals of Joycean Dublin by Liam Proud, the priceless murals of the 1940’s by Brendan Behan’s father-in-law, Cecil French Salkeld and the fine sculptures of Eddie Delaney and John Behan. When the […]

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Bruxelles

 Bruxelles is the home of rock and roll in Dublin and much more besides. It’s a cosmopolitan bar where you will meet people from every corner of the world. Food is served every day from breakfast to dinner, Sunday to Thursday, upto 9pm; and Friday and Saturday, 9.30am to 6pm. There’s live music on Monday, […]

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