Pubs in Dublin you should check out next

We all travel to different countries for the taste of their culture and the country’s history but after the walking around and visiting the all the attractions we need to have a good night to finish up in style. So, if you’re wondering where to go for a night out in Dublin here are some of the suggestions for Pubs in Dublin you should check out next:

The Porterhouse

Ireland is famous for its love of Guinness,  but if you are a fan of craft beers The Porterhouse is the place to be! Situated in two locations, Temple bar and in Nassau street, The Porterhouse is a cosy place serving up a wide range of craft beers, with awesome live music to boot.

The Bernard Shaw

It’s almost impossible to find a pub with a good pint, lovely atmosphere and a bus. Lets clarify, the bus is a pizza restaurant and not your ride home after a few pints! We can all agree that we can never say no to a pizza and a good pint. Famous for awesome markets, events (graffiti jam & crisps festivals) and deadly tunes, this place is a must visit!

The Vintage Cocktail Club

If you’re looking for the night out with a twist of mystery and vintage glam, the Vintage Cocktail Bar is a place for you. Situated on Crown Alley in famous Temple bar area, only few minutes away from our Dublin hostel. The Vintage Cocktail Bar is designed with 1920’s theme and serve some of the best cocktails Dublin has to offer. Make sure to call ahead and book a table, and make sure you know the secret knock at the black door to get you in! Get your fancy suits and dresses on for good night at the Vintage Cocktail Club


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No Name Bar

Blink and you might miss is! No Name Bar, as the name suggest is a mystery with good measure of craic added in. Situated in Fade street a few minutes’ walk from the Temple Bar, thy plays deadly music and have a brilliant atmosphere for a night out.

Fitzsimons Bar

The Fitzsimons Bar has five floors of fun! With Irish music playing on the first floor and DJ on the second floor, awesome rooftop garden and few hidden nooks along the way, you will be sure to find something to suit your mood! One thing is for sure,  you are guaranteed a good night fun in Fitzsimons.

The Globe

Awesome place, you are basically guaranteed a deadly (and late) night in this South Great George’s Street haunt. They offer discounts on drinks and you can always head downstairs to a night club for boogie!


Wigwam is the newest addition to the club nights, offering a triple treat in entertainment terms. A cafe by day, pub and restaurant in the evening and nightclub by night. Great for events as well, make sure to check out listings!

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The Quays Bar

Sign along to some of the top tunes in the Quays Bar,  situated in the Temple Bar Square. The Quays have live music all day and with a great atmosphere and some of the finest pints you can find!

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The Cobblestone

Described as a “Pub with a Music problem”, the Cobblestone is a place for  top notch trad Irish music. Situated in the Smithfield Square, you will find it around 10 minutes walk from the Temple Bar. Enjoy a pint at the Cobblestone and explore the Smithfield Area filled with cafes, restaurant and the famous Jameson Distillery.

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