If you're looking for an amazing nightlife with friendly people, good value for money and a warming atmosphere then Dublin is the city for you. Dublin has a fantastic array of nightlife to suit everyone and is sure to promise a night you won't forget!
This Dublin hot spot is 2 minutes from the Albany House and serves great food during the day. They have a late bar and resident DJ every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night until 2.30am, with a live band playing on Sunday nights. For the sports fans all the big matches are shown on big screen TVs.
Popular with visitors and locals, the Barge has a great atmosphere. On sunny days sit out on the canal bank and watch the world go by.
Whelan's of Wexford Street is in the unique position of being not only one of the most important live music venues of the last decade but also one of Ireland's most famous pubs, favoured for its warm, convivial atmosphere.
If you're out shopping in Grafton Street, pop into Bruxelles for a spot of lunch and a pint. The bar dates back to 1886, and in the 1970s, was home to the booming Irish rock scene, favoured by Phil Lynott and Thin Lizzy before they based themselves in London. The statue of Phil, still stands proudly outside the pub today. Bruxelles has welcomed hundreds of notable visitors for a pint, including Axel Rose, Michael Flatley, Bruce Springsteen, Tina Turner, Mel Gibson... the list goes on and on!
The three venues (Pod, Crawdaddy, Tripod) plus the Chocolate Bar and Odeon are in the former Harcourt St Railway station. The venues host an amazing range of clubnights, concerts and festivals.
During the day the stylish D|two bar serves good food and has a fantastic beer garden. At night the club is extremely popular and you're guaranteed a fantastic night out.
With two large bars, one on the heated roof garden and wonderful cocktail menu the elegant Krystle nightclub, also on Harcourt St, attracts a sophisticated clientele.