116 Rock Road
The Old Punch Bowl Bar and Restaurant is situated in Booterstown, along the seafront. The interior decor of this old coach house pays homage to the architectural style of the 1800s.
6km from O'Connell Bridge
42 Lower Stephen Street
The Hairy Lemon in Dublin City Centre is a quirky pub and restaurant that is just about as unconventional as its namesake, located a short stroll from Temple Bar, Trinity College and St Stephens Green.
0.7km from O'Connell Bridge
Jervis Street / Mary Street Junction, 83 St. Mary's Square
The Church Bar, Cafe, Restaurant and Club is situated in the centre of the city in the heart of Ireland’s premier shopping areas, The Church is one of Dublin’s most unique establishments. This former church has been magnificently transformed.
0.5km from O'Connell Bridge
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.
1.6km from O'Connell Bridge
The White House is situated on the main Dublin / Derry road ( N2 ) and four minutes from the M50. This pub was a favourite overnight stop off for coaches and travellers en route to and from the North West of Ireland in bygone days ( 1620 )
11.6km from O'Connell Bridge
5 Old Dunleary Road
The Purty Kitchen with adjoining loft Music Venue has a historic legacy for great food and excellent live music.
9.4km from O'Connell Bridge
29 Lesson Street Lower
Leggs is a late night wine bar located on Leeson Street. Legs is a great place to let your hair down, kick up your heels and dance the night away.
1.5km from O'Connell Bridge
16-18 Parliament Street, Temple Bar
The Porterhouse, Temple Bar, has the perfect combination - great homebrewed beers, great food and a great clientele. Live music added to the mix guarantees a rockin' night out!
0.6km from O'Connell Bridge
15 Merrion Row
One of Dublin's best known bars, O' Donoghues is strongly associated with the Dubliners (famous Irish ballad group). This has helped it to become something of a mecca for traditional musicians.
1.1km from O'Connell Bridge
Adam Court, Grafton Street
Open nightly with special clubs, Lillies Bordello is the most exclusive nightclub in the city. The high VIP count makes this club ideal to spot and see and be seen.
47 / 48 Temple Bar
The Temple Bar was established in 1840. For almost 160 years patrons have flocked to the Temple Bar. A genuinely warm welcome backed up by first rate modern service and Traditional Irish Music, is the hallmark of this friendly spot in Dublin.
0.4km from O'Connell Bridge
12 Lower Bridge Street
The horseshoe-shaped bar is warm and inviting yet spacious enough to cater for the masses looking to sample the delights of a traditional Dublin pub.
31 Fleet Street
Bowes Bar is one of those rare establishments in Dublin, a pub with genuine old world charm. Bowes has the perfect location in Dublin's cultural quarter, Temple Bar.
0.2km from O'Connell Bridge
Beaumont House is the home of Dublin’s largest and longest pub carvery. Enjoy an excellent pint, or choose from a range of beverages to complement your meal at Beaumont House.
4.6km from O'Connell Bridge
Paramount Hotel, Parliament Street, Essex Gate
The Turks Head is located within the The Paramount Hotel in Temple Bar, and is renowned for its extravagant design, mosaics and Spanish style architecture. The Turks Head opens daily from 12pm serving food then transforms into a late night venue.
The Clarence Hotel,6-8 Wellington Quay
The Octagon is one of Dublin's most trendy hangouts. This Dublin city bar is part of the sophisticated Clarence Hotel owned by the superstar rockband U2. There is a nice mix of clientele including locals, residents and the odd celeb.
O'Callaghan Stephen's Green Hotel, 1-5 Harcourt Street
The Magic Glasses Bar is situated in O' Callaghans Hotel, St Stephens Green.
32 Clarendon Street
Located in the heart of Dublin, just meters away from Grafton Street, the Clarendon Bar is an ideal place to visit during the day/evening. A wide variety of food is served daily including a children's menu, tapas from 3.00 pm., and daily specials.
Glencullen, The Dublin Mountains
Established in 1798, Johnnie Fox's is one of the oldest pubs in Ireland. Renowned for being the highest pub in the country, nestled in the peaceful township of Glencullen and surrounded by the beautiful serenity of the Dublin Mountains.
14.2km from O'Connell Bridge
14 Merrion Road, Ballsbridge
Paddy Cullens/Mary Macs are landmark pubs in the centre of Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, within a short distance of the Aviva Stadium and the Royal Dublin Society.
2.9km from O'Connell Bridge
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