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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Dragon

Dragon offers a range of nights from students to club kids to pop tarts to Tranny chasers to House music lovers!! The Dragon is a place where it has something for everyone.  Keep an eye on page for event updates, competitions and your daily dose of News, Music and Sexy people.  The Moto is simple… […]

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Grogans

A warm and friendly atmosphere that you would expect from your local, but with the lively buzz and intensity of an authentic Dublin city pub. Relax with a drink and toastie Open 7 days a week, Grogans is the perfect spot to grab a light snack, a pint of porter or a pot of tea.  […]

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International bar, The

The International is where you’ll get the best an Irish pub can offer. With regular Traditional Irish Music session, theatre presentations, poetry & songwriting evenings and oldschool craic, the International Bar is the only venue in Ireland hosting Live Comedy 7 Nights A week. There’s Jazz downstairs on Tuesdays & Thursday at 9pm with free […]

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George, The

The George is not just any bar or any gay bar. It is the first port of call for young gay people in Ireland, it is the venue where gay and straight people mix together and where international visitors stop to check out the gay scene in Ireland. The George has been the lynchpin that […]

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Globe bar

We open at 5pm from Monday to Friday and at 4pm on Saturday and Sunday. Free entrance to Rí-Rá every night! Wi-fi access is free to customers. The Globe Bar is a late bar seven nights a week. The bar is open til 2.30am Monday to Saturday and 1am on Sundays.  We now have drink specials […]

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Foggy Dew, The

Situated overlooking Central Bank Square in the heart of Dublin city center, The Foggy Dew offers a charming blend of old world tradition fused with an appealing contemporary atmosphere.This historical bar is the perfect spot for a quiet pint.

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Brogans

A traditional pub next door to the Olympia theatre. All fixtures are original and the walls are adorned with old Guinness posters and paraphernalia. Very much a drinking and chatting pub.

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Lord Edward, The

This famous Tavern is named after Lord Edward Fitzgerald who was the 5th son of the Duke of Leinster. The Lord Edward is located in the heart of the Old City opposite Christ Church Cathedral, at 23 Christ Church Place Dublin 8. The restaurant is above the Lord Edward pub and it has its own […]

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