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Boilerhouse

Sport, health & fitness

Dublin's biggest sauna is equipped with a steam room, whirlpool, solarium, gym and café housed across five floors of a converted 19th-century grain store....

12 Crane Lane

Dragon

Bars & pubs

From the street, this mostly gay bar looks small, but get inside the former bank building and you'll find that it stretches back and back. Expect cool young...

64 South Great George's Street

George

Bars & pubs

The hub of gay life in Dublin since the early '90s, The George has expanded in size twice over the intervening years to become two bars and a club that's a...

89 South Great George's Street

George

Clubs

This is the gayest gay club in Dublin, but it's still straight-friendly: on a good night the George is as much fun as any straight club will be. If you're...

89 South Great George's Street

Glitz

Clubs

Pumping out the housed-up chart hits for the past five years now, courtesy of DJ Fluffy, Glitz also has a great line in campy B-list PAs - think X Factor...

Breakdown, below Break for the Border, Lower Stephen Street

Irish Film Institute Bar

Bars & pubs

The IFI Bar occupies the same building as an art-house cinema. It's a sympathetic renovation of the old 17th-century Quaker meeting house, with an extended...

6 Eustace Street

Purty Kitchen

Clubs

Three floors of fun make this a destination for half of the beautiful gay guys and all the beautiful gay girls in Dublin. Good house music fills the top...

Essex Street

Q+A

Clubs

The most popular one-nighter in Dublin only comes around every second month making sure the anticipation builds and builds. Recently, it abandoned its...

Temple Bar Music Centre, Curved Street

Spice

Clubs

Pumping it out every Saturday night in the Spy complex in the Powerscourt Centre, Spice is one of the most popular weekly nights on the Dublin scene. With...

Spy, South William Street