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Give Up Yer Aul Sins With These Unique Dublin Bars

  • Fri, 24 Mar 2017

Bars with the best personality & charm? Sure where else would you get them?!

With the temperature finally warming up, we thought we’d really heat things up with these nine night time delights in Dublin City.

1. Number Twenty Two

Whether it’s a night out with the girls or a date night with your loved one, Number Twenty Two is your port of call. With live music and entertainment along with a jam packed food menu, you can eat, drink and be merry whether you’re here for ‘just the one’ or in for the long haul!


With décor straight out of Moulin Rouge join the carnival atmosphere and the explosion of fun and colour that is Number Twenty Two.

2. The Stag’s Head

If it’s a few casuals you’re after, The Stag’s Head is the old reliable you can bank on! A breath of fresh air from the hustle and bustle of the city, the Victorian pub adorned with chandeliers and ceiling-high mirrors is the ideal destination for a good aul’ session! Awarded Best Pub In Ireland and Best Traditional Pub in 2016, The Stag’s head is a City favourite. 


Located in the very heart of Dublin’s night scene, the ever so friendly staff will brew you up whatever concoction you’re looking for and if it’s a simple pint of the black stuff you’re after, where better than this winner? Sure to be a homerun with everyone in the gang, The Stag’s Head gets a double thumbs up from us.

4. Wigwam

Located on Abbey Street, Wigwam is the ultimate chill location for drinks. With friendly bar staff happy to whip you up whatever cocktail you fancy, you won’t find any pushing and shoving at Wigwam. With its relaxed ambiance, you can soak up the chill factor and embrace the good life!


Serving food seven days a week, Wigwam also boasts a hearty stock of craft beers as well as an extensive cocktail menu too. Whether you’re jamming in the basement or chilling in the sun with a few bevvies on the rooftop terrace, Wigwam is a day and night time drinks knockout!

5. The Flowing Tide

Sure to meet your every night out requirement, The Flowing Tide located on Abbey Street is your go to destination if it’s a friendly and fun traditional Irish experience you’re after!


Whether you’re introducing friends or family from across the pond to a typical Irish night out or simply have a hankering for a bit of Trad music, look no further than The Flowing Tide on Abbey Street. Where the craic is sure to be had, this little Dublin knockout has enough charm and friendliness to lift anyone’s spirit.

6.Bar Rua

Irish drinking at its most stereotypical, Bar Rua might just be the winner of the most Irish drinking experience you can imagine!


With a crew of red haired staff and where the Irish language is often commonplace, Bar Rua is an edgy and modern spin on the traditional Irish session. Adorned in retro furniture, the bar sits on the corner of the hustle and bustle of Clarendon Street and  a mirage of beverages behind the bar, there is plenty of choice, fun and craic to be had!

7. Pyg Malion

The princess of South William Street, Pyg Malion has forever worn the crown for Summer day time drinks. With décor that could belong to your sitting room in the outdoor area, Pyg makes it almost impossible to walk away from on a warm day.


With 2 for 1 cocktails Monday through  Friday and Pyg Sundays serving a whopping 40% off all drinks you’d be mad not to gather the troops and jump on board the sesh!

8. P Macs

No matter the time, the weather or the day there is sure to be a lively atmosphere in P Macs. With a chic and homely décor, P Macs is the ideal spot for drinks.


Adorned with candles and board games, P Macs has you covered whether it’s a date with a stranger or a birthday night out. Make sure to get in nice and early as this hotspot has generated some serious buzz in the Dublin drinking scene. The perfect session venue, we suggest you check it out asap!

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