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Dublin Pubs to visit this Bank Holiday Weekend

  • Fri, 1 Jun 2018

It’s the bank holiday and what better excuse to head into Dublin Town to meet up with friends in a Dublin Pub.

The choice of places to do this is endless, whether it’s in a traditional pub or one with a modern twist, you will find one to keep you and your gang entertained.

Gin Experience in The Porterhouse Central, Nassau Street

Their secret roof top terrace is open from 3pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday for one of their delicious gin cocktails in the sunshine. Entrance on Nassau Street. It is also located next to Lillie Bordello’s the famous late night club and bar.

The Mercantile, Dame Street

This weekend, The Mercantile is one of a number of Dame District venues hosting great music as part of YouBloom Festival running all weekend. Check out the YouBloom Dublin details here.

The Confession Box, Marlborough Street

This award winning traditional pub is located on the Luas Line on Marlborough Street and is a great stop off point for Dubliners and tourists alike.

The Grand Social, Liffey Street

On Friday, June 1st Legacy! A Tribute to David Bowie in the Loft. Doors open at 8pm. This night is perfect for Bowie fans looking for to sing and dance to his amazing back catalog.

Mary’s Bar, Wicklow Street

Mary's Bar and Hardware Store

This quint Dublin Bar is basically a hardware store/traditional bar with a great WOW Burger joint in the basement that will have you stuffed to the brim!

PantiBar, Capel Street

This colourful bar is always lively at the weekends and even more so when it’s a bank holiday weekend especially when its Sunday Shenanigans.

River Bar, O’Connell Bridge

On Sunday June 3rd enjoy the OMG emoji party in the River Bar! DJ’s Mario Romo & Ronix spinning positive vibrations, free entry all night and lots of fun!

The Mint Bar at the Westin, Westmoreland Street

This weekend, the Camembert Quartet, Ireland’s greatest entertainment outfit are playing in the Mint Bar on Saturday June 3rd.  As well as playing all over Ireland and beyond, they are also the Late Late Show House Band on the world’s longest running chat show; ‘The Late Late Show’ presented by Ryan Tubridy.

Tramline, D’Olier Street

This late night venue, is a bar, club and venue where their resident DJ is on the decks to keep you on your feet throughout the night. They also have great food options to make sure you are well fed!

Dakota, South William Street

Known for its delicious cocktails you won’t be let down by their selection of food and drinks. At the back of this bar is The Rag Trader, a unique and more intimate bar where stout and whiskey is their thing.

Lemon & Duke, Duke Street

Every Bank Holiday Sunday evening, Lemon and Duke bring you live music. If your enjoy music with your cocktail then this is the place to be for your Sunday socialing.

Pygmalion, South William Street

Nestled in Powerscourt Townhouse, Pygmalion is bringing music to the masses this Saturday from 6pm with Josh Green, B2B, Ryan Healy, Jake Dodd and Lee Bracken taking over.

There are more to choose from so if you are still looking for ideas, check out our shop/dine/do section for more great bars and pubs in #DublinTown.