If you mixed part coffee, part Jameson, and part Bailey's Irish Cream, you'd have an Irish Coffee. In Dublin, everything comes with booze in it. Booze food, booze-battered chips, and booze-booze, Dublin is Disneyland for booze tourism with the iconic labels of Irish Whiskey populating the town, and of course, Willy Wonka's beer creation, The Guinness Factory. Dancing down cobblestone streets and Oompa Loompas included.
At night, the Temple Bar area explodes like a massive street party, hell bent on forgetting how they plan on getting home. Five-story bars, clubs, pubs, and curried grub, it's like New Orleans migrated east and mashed the Gaelic out of Creole with a hurling stick. Your liver says hi.
40 Dawson Street
58/59 Fleet Street
Popular Temple Bar Watering Hole... read more
16-18 Parliament Street
1 Dame Court
Off Dame St
9 South Anne Street
Popular traditional pub on two floors... read more
14-15 Ormond Quay
lively hipster late night hangout... read more
6 Merrion Row
Hugo's boasts a large selection of wines along with French and International cuisine... read more
South Frederick Street
Smart wine bar and Mediterranean style restaurant...
10 Wellington Quay
Funky live venue space is a hipster magnet overlooks River Liffey... read more
12 Eustace Street
Great wine & tapas bar in Temple Bar... read more
129 The Coombe
Cosy traditional Dublin local pub near the centre...
Powerscourt Townhouse Centre
Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, William St. South
3 Fade Street
The bar that's too cool to have a name... read more
Old Harcourt Station