Public Question Asked by lydia234 about Dublin
Do you know any clubs in Dublin, Ireland?
I will be going to Dublin, Ireland soon! Do you any good clubs I can go to?
The Best Answer
Answered by Martin Podusel , Limerick, Ireland
Theres a lot of good places at Temple Bar and its quite busy there or behind the O'Connell bridge near Haineken is pretty good club...
Answered by Celia Anderson , Balla, Ireland
Having lived in Dublin area for 2 years I found that the Templebar area was quite a good meeting spot. It vitually offers all types of entertainment and taxi ranks are close by in case you have a fantastic night :). See this link for more events information on Templebar: http://www.templebar.ie/home.php
Answered by David McGlynn , Drogheda, Ireland
Dublin is a very cosmopolitan city and caters for every taste. I guess you will have your own preferences. I would recommend you have a look at the following site: www.dublinks.com for the broadest range. Temple Bar is certainly the liveliest area and where most tourists tend to go. Check out The Clarence Hotel,(owned by U2)for drinks. Club M is in the Temple Bar area. The Button Factory also in Temple Bar, is a clubbing and music venue. Enjoy!!!
Answered by Nigel Bryan , Castleknock, Ireland
Clubing is very subjective with many tastes, follow the link for peoples' reviews and maps with showing their locations in the city
Answered by Fabiana , Portmarnock, Ireland
yeap... the button factory and club m are great. fabiana
Answered by John Quinn , Dublin, Ireland
As suggested by everyone else Temple Bar is a pretty lively area. But its prettey expensive given the fact that it is mainly targeted for tourists. For a really good night out I would suggest Diceys on Harcourt St, Knightsbridge on Bachelours Walk or Porterhouse Central just off Gratfon St. I would think of these as my local hanuts and would deffinately recomend them. They will also be quite a bit cheaper than anywhere in Temple Bar. Nightlink busses run every ten minutes from 1230am till 0430am and depending on where you are staying can be just as qick as a taxi and cost only five euro. There are now more taxis in Dublin City than NYC but it might not feel like it on a saturday night. Would suggest leaving where ever you go about ten to fifteen mins before closing to avoid the Q'ing mayhem!!