Top Nightlife Dublin

Top Nightlife Dublin

Are you looking for the hottest nightlife tips in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Basel, Berlin, Bern, Budapest, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Cologne, Copenhagen, Lisbon, London, Lucerne, Madrid, Munich, Odessa, Paris, Prague, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna, and Zurich? With MyCityHighlight – Sightseeing like a local – you'll find the top places for nightlife in the most beautiful European cities from the point of view of our city managers – locals of the respective cities. You also have the opportunity to contact our city managers directly if you have any questions. Enjoy your trip with MyCityHighlight, your guide to the cities of Amsterdam, Barcelona, Basel, Berlin, Bern, Budapest, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Cologne, Copenhagen, Lisbon, London, Lucerne, Madrid, Munich, Odessa, Paris, Prague, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna, and Zurich.

5/5

The Beer Market

Bars/Lounges

The first beer-only bar in Ireland. Up to 90% of the beer on tap at Beer Market is not available anywhere else in Ireland.

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5/5

The Cobblestone

Bars/Lounges

The Cobblestone is one of the most traditional places in Dublin city centre. Some of Ireland’s finest musicians lead traditional Irish music sessions in the bar seven nights a week. The music is not put on for show.

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5/5

Foggy Dew

Bars/Lounges

One of the oldest pub in Dublin, opened 7/7. Live music all week long; great selection of beers

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5/5

O'Donoghue's

Bars/Lounges

Live Irish Music, great people. The bar is situated in Merrion Row, 2 minutes from St. Stephen's Green. Some of Irelands finest musicians have played and play here.

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5/5

Café en Seine

Clubs

Café en Seine is one of the Dublin's coolest places where to dance, drink and dine. The city's biggest pub.

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4/5

Whelan's

Clubs

A pub, a club, a venue for concerts: everything you're looking for at the Whelan's. Featured in the movie Ps: I love you, it's one of the most famous in Dublin

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0/5

The Hairy Lemon

Bars/Lounges

If not only catchy by its name, the Hairy Lemon lives up to the fame that precedes it. Located in a 19th Century building, the Hairy Lemon holds years of memories and memorabilia. You can either enjoy the inside of the building or take a breath on their back patio.

But it's not only drinking available, but they also serve traditional Irish food, organise trad sessions every Sunday and host a DJ every Friday and Saturday.

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The Long Hall

Bars/Lounges

The Long Hall is one of Dublin's oldest and most beautiful pubs. It preserves a Victorian atmosphere evoking a by-gone age, being one of the few pubs in Dublin to do so. The original pub opened in the 1860's and was crowded by the Fenians.
Nowadays, The Long Hall retains much of its old charm. With panels of art nouveau glass over the toilets entrance and a woodwork interior that adds an air of authenticity to the place.

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