As a city with a large population of young people, both natives and students, not to mention a constant influx of young, up-for-it tourists all keen to party the Irish way, it comes as no surprise that clubbing features high in Dublin social life. The dance scene has been well developed in recent years.
The Temple Bar area is the place to be seen, with a vast concentration of both clubs and trendy pre-club bars to get you in the mood for a night on the dance-floor. As you'd expect in a city that is fast becoming one of the most popular weekend destinations in Europe, the Dublin club scene in constantly in flux, with different nightclubs coming and going at an alarming rate, to the whim of the fickle trend-setters. There's always something new to check out - you'll never get bored in Dublin.
Check out our events section for big evets on in the city. Clubs generally are open from pub closing hours but some earlier. Entry is generally from €6-€12. Please note that in Ireland the legal drinking age is 18 and you must be able to prove this with official identification such as a national identity card, Garda Síochána identity card, drivers licence, or passport. Dress smartly.
21-22 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, D02 YK79, Co. Dublin, D02YK79
Fitzsimons Restaurant with a full bar overlooks the River Liffey. We pride ourselves on the quality of our food at reasonable prices. Our extensive menu contains an exciting selection of Irish and European dishes.
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84.5 Capel St, Dublin 1
The Beerhouse serves up a wide and seasonally changing range of craft and premium beers, fine wines and ciders, and fun and unique cocktails (such as the liquor milkshake and beach bucket to share ), all in a home away from home atmosphere. Stocking lots
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Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland
Excellent atmospheric local pub, reputation for best Pint in Blackrock. Enjoy an evening out while taking in the live music (Thurs -Sunday)
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Westmoreland St, Dublin 2, D02 PX77
Cassidy's is a real Irish bar with a bohemian atmosphere serving wholesome traditional and international food all day. There are three floors with Jazz in the basement, a piano bar and mezzanine area. There is a host of entertainment to be had with tradit
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67 Church Street, Skerries, Ireland
4 Bars, Big screens, Beer Garden.A place for all ages to enjoy any occasion
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Donaghmede Shopping Centre, Dublin, Ireland, D13 X966
Excellent atmospheric local pub,with genuine local clientele.Great interest in all things sporting.Reputation for best Pint in North Dublin.Top music.
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30-32 Parkgate Street, Parkgate-street, Dublin 8, D08 W6X3
Classic Irish Bar & Restaurant situated at the heart of Dublin on Parkgate Street close to the famous Phoenix Park, The Guinness Storehouse, Heuston Station and Ireland's Jameson Distillery, and only a short stroll from the national museum at Col
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Rathmines Bridge, Dublin, Ireland
The Portobello is a famous meetingplace in Dublin city, to enjoytraditional Irish Hospitality,good food and entertainment.
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Fleet Street, Temple Bar, Co. Dublin, D02 WD51
Buskers Bar, situated in the heart of Temple Bar, offers a bright and airy decor and a fun and lively atmosphere. Big Screens and food served all day makes Buskers a perfect venue for that match you can't miss or that after work party you have to go
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