Having a game of Jenga in a Dublin is a recent enough phenomenon (unless you brought it yourself). This trend is mostly thanks to pubs like Cassidys Westmoreland street, Against the Grain, and The Thomas House, who pioneered the way. There’s now loads of bars offering people the chance to create their own competitive entertainment. […]read more
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