The most important things to do in the world are to get something to eat, something to drink and somebody to love you. – Brendan Behan
Generator hails a return to the proud tradition of innkeeping; providing lodging, food and of course drink.
It is a relaxed venue where you can enjoy a selection of craft beers, the trusted classics or something more suited to a backpacker’s budget. Expect to meet guests from all over the world as they stop over in our fair city. It provides a perfect opportunity to practice your rusty Spanish, Portuguese, Italian or German.
The venue itself, which some of you might remember as the old Chief O’Neills hotel, is a wondrous mix of design: old and new, Irish and international. Varied nightly events and entertainments such as up and coming DJ’s, Trad, Spoken Word, Killer Pool, Movie Nights are interspersed with private and public parties that guarantee a good night, every night.
Situated in the ever-present yet up and coming Smithfield Square, right on the Luas tracks, Generator is a refreshing counterweight to the paddywhackery that so often accompanies the tourism trade in Dublin.
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