The Temple Bar
The Temple Bar was opened in 1840. For almost 160 years visitors have flocked to the Temple Bar. A genuinely warm welcome backed up by first-rate modern service and Traditional Irish Music in this friendly spot in Dublin. The Temple Bar is located in the heart of Dublin and close to all the main attractions. A genuinely warm welcome, backed by first-rate modern service, is the definition of Irish hospitality.
The Temple Bar prides itself on fine Live Music Sessions every day and brings together a fine sample of talented musicians from around the country every night of the week.
The Old Storehouse
The Old Storehouse is a traditional Irish Bar located in Dublin’s Cultural Quarter at 3 Crown Alley, Temple Bar. This location is between Dame Street and The Halfpenny Bridge directly behind the Old Central Bank building. The Old Storehouse pride itself on the warmth of the welcome they extend to all, together with its quality food and drinks service. There are 3 bar options ranging from a quiet and intimate snug bar, a lively main bar with live music sessions and the venue bar O’Flaherty’s.
The Old Storehouse also offers live music every night!
Fitzsimons Temple Bar
Located in the heart of Temple Bar, Fitzsimons is a must for those who enjoy a good time. With 5 floors to choose from, you can wander between its multiple bars, enjoy the nightly live music in the main bar, the fresh air and views over Temple Bar from their award-winning Roof Garden Bar and their weekend nightclub where DJs will be sure to play all of your favourite hits.
The Roof Garden is one of the best spots in Dublin to let the day slip away as you soak up the sun with a refreshing cocktail or pint.
Never mind the name. Bad Bobs is far from bad! Whether you’re after a casual post-date cocktail or are gearing up for a big night out, Bad Bobs Dublin has something for everyone, no matter what the occasion.
From having an after-hours beer with workmates in the late bar to celebrating a special event to catching up with friends over a few G&Ts, a night out at Bad Bobs should always be on the cards when making plans.
The Porterhouse, established in Temple Bar in 1996, making a ‘new kid on the block’ impact instantly was a small number of microbrewery pubs in Ireland.
Centrally located in the heart of the Temple Bar district, standing three storeys high, always guarantees a lively crowd.
Passionate about all good beer, offering a choice of ten different brews, exclusive to The Porterhouse and brewed on the premises. The Plain Porter has twice won a Gold international brewing industry award. The choice is unique, away from the mainstream.
Another fabulous spot that offers music live music 7 days a week.