A Night out in Dublin 02/11/2017

A Night out in Dublin

For those who enjoy going out, grabbing a good meal and a drink, Dublin is a fantastic place to be. Here I will present to you some options of pubs and nightclubs (mainly pubs, because at the end, this is Dublin) to go out at any day of the week and always have a good time. 


- The Cobblestone: Traditional Irish music bar and venue.  A pub built in family tradition and music.  
Address: 77 King St N, Smithfield, Dublin 7, D07 TP22 

- The Confession Box: A small and cozy bar full of stories that brings you back to the Irish Independence War. 
Address: 88 Marlborough St, North City, Dublin 1, D01 X267 

- The Long Hall: one of Dublin’s oldest pubs is a must-go pub, especially because of its design. 
Address: 51 South Great George's Street, Dublin 2 

- O’Donoghue’s: open since 1934, this is also one of the oldest still working pubs in Dublin and one of the best known pubs in the city. 
Address: 15 Merrion Row, Dublin 

- The Stag’s Head: one of Ireland’s most renowned pubs, Stag’s Head is known specially for its service and from the inside Victorian Design. 
Address: 1 Dame Ct, Dublin 2 

- Kehoe’s: first licensed in 1803, this bar feels like home. When you sit to drink that good pint of Guinness, it just feels like you are at someone’s living room. 
Address: 9 South Anne Street, Dublin 2 


- Dicey's Garden: one of the most popular venues in Dublin, is recognized specially for the cheap beer and food it has. Dicey's is a great spot to go after college or work and grab a drink with your friends. There is plenty of space and also great music playing.  
Address: 21-25 Harcourt St, Saint Kevin's, Dublin 2 

- River Bar: yes, the name has Bar in it, but this is what we call "late bar", another name for club. River bar is a new thing in Dublin and has one of the best locations in town right by the river. 
Address: 1 Burgh Quay, O'Connell Bridge House, Dublin 1 

- The Button Factory: a more progressive nightclub with DJs and live bands, The Button Factory is a versatile place that everyone goes to enjoy and listen to great music.  
Address: Curved St, Temple Bar, Dublin 


Photo by Zach Meaney on Unsplash

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