Dublin Temple Bar Crawl
Know where to go in the country’s biggest and loudest nightlife area.
Inside of the Temple Bar area you will find some of the oldest and liveliest pubs and bars in the whole country! Dublin claims to have over 600 different boozers and some of the best bars are in Temple Bar Dublin! Whether you are exploring this area of the city on your stag do or you are just here for a weekend full of alcohol and fun, no trip will be complete without heading to the Temple Bar area. Wherever you go you can expect live music, craic, and plenty of beer.
Website | 75 Dame St, Temple Bar, Dublin
If you are in Dublin to learn more about Guinness with the Storehouse then you also need to take a trip to Brogans. It is an old style Dublin pub where you will be able to find a huge collection of various Guinness memorabilia. It’s the largest collection after Guinness Storehouse. So if you are looking for a bar that can provide you with an excellent pint of Guinness then this is the place to go.
2. Foggy Dew
Website | 1 Fownes Street Upper, Temple Bar, Dublin
If you are looking for a bar that has a blend of old tradition and a contemporary atmosphere then Foggy Dew will be perfect. This historical bar will be perfect for your first stop of the night or a casual day drink with friends! Foggy Dew is right in the heart of the Temple Bar area and you can enjoy some food, great music, a variety of alcoholic beverages and more here!
3. Bad Bobs
Website | 35-37 Essex St E, Temple Bar, Dublin
Whether you are after a casual drink or you are wanting a place that will get you ready for your night out, Bad Bobs is the perfect place. Especially for a celebration, Bad Bobs has 5 floors and each floor has a totally different atmosphere but each has an endless number of draughts, bottles, spirits and cocktails for everyone. They also have live music every night as well as a JD and Saxophonist on Fridays & Saturdays.
4. Fitzsimons Temple Bar
Website | 21/22 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin
Although the Fitzsimons is a hotel, you will be pleased to know that the hotel is home to Dublin’s only roof top beer garden! Although it is fully outdoors, it is covered and heated with seasonal plants and a fully stocked bar. The bar is open 7 nights a week and there are a selection of cocktails, the classic Guinness, and spirits available. Along with bar food and sports shown on the TVs.
5. The Temple Bar
Website | 47-48, Temple Bar, Dublin
The Temple Bar Dublin is one of the most legendary Irish pubs in the whole country. If you are heading to Dublin and can only visit one place this would be the one! And you won’t miss it when you head to Dublin Temple Bar…it’s the huge red pub on the corner! The pub itself is probably one of the top landmarks that people go to see when they take a trip to this Irish capital. The atmosphere is like no other, with traditional live music every day starting at around 12pm onwards as well as some of the best pints of Guinness in the city!
6. The Auld Dubliner
Website | 24 - 25 Temple Bar, Dublin
This pub sits right in the middle of Temple Bar. You can enjoy this pub as much in the day time as you can in the evening. The Auld Dubliner is a traditional Irish pub and you will be able to see that from the décor, the food and the live music that is played each day. If you are heading here and fancy a bite to eat they serve some tasty hot and cold traditional Irish dishes until 10pm at night.
7. Oliver St John Gogarty’s
Website | 18-21 Anglesea St, Temple Bar, Dublin
Oliver St John Gogarty’s is the neighbour of The Auld Dubliner and can’t be missed. Sitting on the corner of Temple Bar you will see the bright green lights and Irish flags from a mile away. As well as being on Temple Bar it is only a short 2 minute walk away from the Ha’penny Bridge. They have all sorts of live music playing throughout the week from 1pm until 20.30am!
Website | 4 Aston Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin
Riot describes themselves as a ‘Brooklyn meets Berlin-style dive bar’ and it is the perfect place to go if you want some premium drinks and retro cocktails. Inside this bar you will fine neon colours and lights, street art and plenty of plants. The bar has quite an industrial vibe to it along with some great rock music and a huge variety of drink options to suit everyone. There is also a games area with pool, giant jenga, beer-pong and more!
9. Buskers on the Ball
Website | 13-17 Fleet St, Temple Bar, Dublin
If there is a sports event on whilst you are completing your Temple Bar crawl then it will be good to know about Buskers on the Ball. They call themselves a ‘one of a kind social interactive sports bar & entertainment venue’ right in the heart of Temple Bar. Within this bar you will find 4 ping pong tables, 7 pool tables, 2 American pool tables and 2 foo’s ball tables! As well as the largest indoor video wall that shows all of the major live sports.
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