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Where to socialise in Dublin?

You can't visit Dublin without...

Having a pint of Guiness and some CRAIC at one of the many Irish Pubs in Dublin. 

An Poitin Still

This is a landmark public house and restaurant famed for its traditional hospitality and award winning food and service. With food served from 9am to 11pm everyday this is the original travelers rest for those traveling southbound from Dublin. Unique property with many historic features and artifacts on show throughout with original pieces from Irish sporting history to American memorabilia on display ie letters retrieved fom the Titanic and Local sporting ledgends. 

The Temple Bar

Temple Bar is an area of Dublin with cobble stones, pubs and street entertainment. A tradition of a genuinely warm welcome and first rate friendly service, is the hallmark of the friendliest watering hole in Dublin. Whether you are alone or with a group of friends, the craic is mighty and you will always feel at home at the Temple Bar. Overseas and out of town visitors will find our staff to be a valuable mine of information on Dublin's history and sights and can recommend others places to visit to make your stay a memorable time. Well known for one of the largest variety of whiskeys on sale in the world!

Johnnie Fox's

Situated in Glencullen on top of the Dublin mountains, Johnnie Fox's is one of Ireland's oldest and most famous traditional Irish pubs - and we are also famed as the highest pub in the country. At Johnnie Fox's there is Traditional Irish Music every night, plus on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. There are large bands that play through the year on selected dates. You can also see one of the top dancing performances in the country at our famous 'Hooley Night' - dinner & show (reservations recommended). One of the most interesting and historical pubs in Ireland.

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House

House Dublin occupies two Georgian Townhouses on Leeson Street, between The Grand Canal and St Stephen’s Green. House has a feeling of relaxed glamour, luxury and ease throughout. They’d love you to feel at home and choose the space you’d like for the time you need it – log fires burning daily in the Front Parlour, our Salon Bar and Conservatory, The Terrace by the pot bellied stove, down to the Garden with its olive and citrus trees. The GlassHouse, Wine Room, Library and Redroom all offer further areas in which to meet, eat and drink.

37 Dawson Street

Cocktails are amazing and the food is brilliant- calamari and chicken wings are a must have! The atmosphere is bubbly and the decor is lively to say the least. Really cool bar in Dublin, very original and not just another generic Dublin bar. Cocktails are a must have. 

The Exchequer

Wholesome, fresh, hearty, award winning food accompanied by a concise but delicious wine menu, an extensive range of worldly beers, and unique and exciting cocktails served in casual, relaxed and comfortable surroundings. Nationally sourced seasonal produce, consisting of Irish meats, seafood from Irish waters and a dedication to the Irish artisan producer (with a bow to our European neighbours for the odd essential) are at the forefront of our ethos.

Dance the night away

Everleigh Gardens

Centrally located on Harcourt Street, Everleigh Garden is a unique nightclub experience. An electric atmosphere where our garden comes to life. This is a club for everyone. Our music policy caters for everyone, from chart hits to electro-house and from RnB to all the old favourites. Combined with our almost-outdoor Mediterranean atmosphere, we know you’ll feel a world away from the city.

Dandelion

Dandelion on St Stephen’s Green is at the epicentre of the Dublin social scene and houses a busy restaurant, bar and club. A 22,000sq foot venue open from midday until close 7 days a week and now under new management, Dandelion is already the cornerstone of the celebrity circuit in Dublin. Dandelion takes its place amongst the über cool destination venues throughout the World and is inspired by bar cultures in London and New York with 21st century opulence and a touch of decadence added to the heady mix. Every Friday night the atmosphere is electric in Dandelion with DJ, percussion and sax with the very best promotions to set this bar apart as the best in town.

Dandelion Club has an electric atmosphere and is a heady mix of opulence and decadence showcasing an incredibly diverse range of music to a warm and friendly crowd. Operating at a point between hot and cool, Dandelion simmers without boiling as DJs spin the best hip hop, R&B, funk, soul, jungle and mixes.

 

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Coolmine Equestrian Academy

Coolmine, Saggart,

Co Dublin, Ireland.

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"What an excellent experience with just fantastic staff beautiful location magnificent view and perfect horses. Top notch.."

"My daughter had a fabulous week there in April,a really professional and well run establishment,we will certainly be back."

"Ciara has arrived back and is missing everyone at Coolmine. She had a great time! Thank you for everything and for making her time there so enjoyable! She has made a friend and wants to go back next year! She has fallen in love with Dancer. I know she wants to come again"

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