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Ba Mizu

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

Richly decorated in dark wood and some decidedly odd art, Ba Mizu is one of Dublin's better upscale watering holes. Subdued lighting and plush leather...

Powerscourt Townhouse Centre

Bruxelles

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

Bruxelles is one of those Dublin institutions that somehow manages to appeal to almost every punter - hairy, heavy metal fans, indie kids in skinny jeans,...

7-8 Harry Street

Dakota

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Bars & pubs

Dimmed lighting and half-moon leather booths make Dakota one of Dublin's coolest and (predictably) busiest late-night bars. The long bar ensures you're...

9 William Street South

Gravity Bar

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Bars & pubs

The Guinness Storehouse is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Dublin. Not surprising, considering the highlight of the tour is the experience...

James Street
Tags: Bar, Liberties

JJ Smyths

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Music

Downstairs, this is just a regular, unassuming old-fashioned Dublin boozer - and very nice with it. But it's also a famous jazz bar - head upstairs to hear...

12 Aungier Street

Kavanagh's ('The Gravediggers')

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Bars & pubs

Way off the beaten track, Kavanagh's is a Dublin institution and thus, for many, worth the trek. Owing to its location next door to Glasnevin cemetery, this...

1 Prospect Square

Lord Edward

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Bars & pubs

After a visit to Christ Church Cathedral, cross the road and enter the calming Lord Edward. The round bar on the lower level is a typical old-fashioned...

23 Christchurch Place

Morrison Hotel Bar

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Bars & pubs

This place is pure class. With an interior designed by fashion guru John Rocha, the Morrison's extremely stylish bar has plenty of comfy black couches on...

Morrison Hotel

Ocean Bar

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Bars & pubs

This upmarket dockside establishment in the Millennium Tower claims to have Dublin's only waterfront public licence. Take advantage - the patios overlooking...

The Millennium Tower
Tags: Bar, Docklands

Odeon

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Bars & pubs

Take a Luas to the old Harcourt Street station. The impressive façade of the Odeon is a sign of what to expect once inside. There aren't too many seats, but...

57 Harcourt Street

PantiBar

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Clubs

Owned by the eponymous Panti, Ireland's doyenne of drag, PantiBar is an enormously popular addition to Dublin's gay scene. Housed in the former Gubu, the...

7-8 Capel Street
Free

Pravda

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Clubs

One of the more consistent spots on the north side of Dublin's River Liffey, this Russian-themed bar has comfy seating and a fine selection of vodkas, all...

35 Lower Liffey Street
Free

Solas

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Clubs

One of the city's best DJ bars, Solas is still a good spot at which to kick off your night. Renowned for its sunny rooftop bar, the vibe at this Camden...

31 Wexford Street
Free

Village

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Music

The Village is one of Dublin's newest and best music venues, catering to a wider and more diverse crowd than Whelan's next door. The success of its nightly...

26 Wexford Street

Whelan's

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Bars & pubs, Music

Dublin's miniature music institution has recently been refurbished to include a 200-capacity venue upstairs. By doubling its number of gigs, Whelan's has...

25 Wexford Street