Old Harcourt Station, Harcourt Street
POD nightclub first opened in 1993 in the vaults of the old historic Railway Station on Harcourt Street. It has been providing quality clubbing in a variety of guises for over 10 years.
1.2km from O'Connell Bridge
Royal Hibernian Way, Dawson Street
The Grafton Lounge, a late night Bar and Restaurant located just off Grafton Street. The ideal party venue catering for all types of parties and corporate events.
0.6km from O'Connell Bridge
Harbourmaster Place, IFSC
Located in the heart of Dublin’s City Centre in the IFSC, walking distance to Croke Park & The O2.
1.5km from O'Connell Bridge
282 Harolds Cross Road
Rosie O'Gradys is a traditional Irish pub located at Harolds Cross, on the south side of Dublin city. Rosie O'Gradys has a relaxed atmosphere and is only a short drive from the heart of Dublins city centre.
2.8km from O'Connell Bridge
28 Abbey Street Lower
The Firestone Pub is a casual pub with live music. It was formerly known as The Plough.
0.8km from O'Connell Bridge
12 Aungier Street
JJ Smyth's is a family owned bar in the centre of Dublin City. JJ's has live blues and jazz music six nights of the week. This is where many a musician got their start and where many of the top names continue to play.
0.4km from O'Connell Bridge
9-10 Jervis Street
T.P. Smiths is a unique pub,great for a night out with friends and also for a quick pint any time of the week in Dublin City Centre.
31-33 Carysfort Avenue
South Dublin's leading specialised beer bar, with a fantastic food menu and a sunny beer garden.
7.6km from O'Connell Bridge
International Bar, 23 Wicklow Street
On the corner of Wicklow Street and William Street South, the International is something of an institution at this stage.
18 Church Street
The Cock Tavern is on Church Street near the ruins of the Abbey. It is mainly a locals bar, with an authentic Irish feel.
14.2km from O'Connell Bridge
2 Johnstons Place, Lower Stephens Street
Break for the Border is a super-pub, in that it has 5 bars, an outdoor smoking area, 3 dance floors and a nightclub. With a prime location on Stephens Street in the heart of Dublin City, Break for the Border offers a unique experience for all.
11Sandycove Road, Sandycove
Fitzgeralds of Sandycove is one of Dublins most famous Victorian pubs. The Joycean theme is prominent in this pleasant and relaxing lounge. It is convenient for a drink, or lunch after a visit to the James Joyce Tower in Sandycove.
11.8km from O'Connell Bridge
8 Wicklow Street
Mary’s Bar & Hardware Shop serves good old fashioned pints, as well as your small grocery needs and a selection of hardware
0.5km from O'Connell Bridge
8 Poolbeg Street
Mulligans Pub of Poolbeg Street is a two minute walk from the main thoroughfare of O'Connell Street. It has been at the core of the city's cultural and imbibing life for nearly 300 years.
Finnstown Shopping Centre, Newcastle Road
The Lord Lucan is located in the busy borough of Lucan on the Southside of County Dublin. A charming traditional style pub with many modern elements.
12.2km from O'Connell Bridge
107 Colimore Road
The Club is a historic pub situated in the heart of Dalkey, South County Dublin. The Club is situated in the heart of Dalkey, South Dublin. Approximately 13km from Dublin city centre, Dalkey is accessible by regular DART and bus services.
13.3km from O'Connell Bridge
16 Main Street, Swords
EMPIRE Bars and Grill Venue is located on Swords Main Street with late bar 7 nights. Serving food daily from 12noon.
13.1km from O'Connell Bridge
42 Wellington Quay
The famous Dublin landmark, the Ha'penny pedestrian bridge, is a few doors down the quay from the pub that bears its name. The place is a busy, friendly, traditional pub much frequented by those who have always worked in the area.
0.3km from O'Connell Bridge
9 South Anne Street
Kehoes is a traditional Irish pub in the heart of Dublin City Centre, just off Grafton Street. Although over 200 years old, Kehoes is not a shrine to days gone by but, one of Dublins liveliest drinking and social haunts.
39 Lower Dorset Street
The Big Tree Tavern was established over 500 years ago. The Big Tree is close to Croke Park stadium where GAA maches are played throughout the year. It is a large old style pub with a beer garden, restaurant and pool tables.
1.8km from O'Connell Bridge
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