When the weather warms up, Dublin is a city of plenty, with the Irish capital boasting some of the most diverse and varied nightlife in the world.
From the classic, the casual and the high-end, we have some of Dublins most sought after nightlife venues to ensure you can enjoy the best.
From The O’Connell Bridge to the River Ouse, you can get the party going at the very best venues.
Whether you are looking for a place to chill out with friends, party at a club, or simply to have a drink or two, there are a number of venues that you will want to check out if you are planning to celebrate.1.
The O’Donnell Bridge The Ollies famous O’Donnies Bridge is Dublin’s only public transport bridge.
Built by the Ollie family in the early 19th century, it is a part of the town’s heritage and has been used by locals for many years.
The Olly bridge is one of Dublinís best known public transport attractions, with visitors from all over the world enjoying the bridge.
It is situated in the heart of the city and offers a great way to get from point A to point B, as well as being the most accessible.
The bridge is closed to traffic during the summer months, but is open during the winter months.2.
The Biggest O’Sullivan Hotel Dublin’s biggest hotel is located in O’Brien’s Square, a small part of town with a lot of street food and a large crowd of people waiting to be seated.
Located just steps away from Olly Bridge, the Biggest hotel is an all-inclusive hotel, offering a variety of accommodation options.
The Biggest offers the most intimate rooms with a private balcony and a restaurant, as you will be able to watch the show on the big screen.3.
The RAA Dublin’s largest cinema is located on the second floor of the O’Connor Centre, a well-known landmark in Dublin.
The cinema is a large and spacious room with a large balcony overlooking the city.
The large screen has a full 360 degree panorama of the entire city, making it an ideal place to catch the latest movie and a special screening.4.
The Royal Oak Hotel Dublin has two main venues for entertainment: the Royal Oak Cinema and The RAA.
Both venues offer cinema tickets, but the Royal Oaks is a larger venue and the RAA is smaller.
Both are located on O’Doughty Street in Dublin, just steps from the Oillagh Gaol, and offer excellent viewing for both families and adults.5.
The Great Grog Shed Dublin’s famous Great Grit Shed is a great place to have some drinks, get a bit of a burger or go to the bar.
With its many pubs, bars and clubs, the Great Grogg Shed is one to try for a quiet, relaxing and entertaining time.
It offers great food and drink options and offers great entertainment for the entire family.6.
The Old City Theatre Dublin’s Old City theatre is one the best performing theatres in the country.
It has been the home of the Dublin Stage Company since 1929 and the venue hosts some of Irelands most celebrated and iconic productions.
Located in the centre of the old city, it has a large auditorium and a great view of the Old City, offering great views of the River Leeson and the bustling Dublin city skyline.7.
The Rathmines The Rathminies is one Irish institution, located just outside of Dublin, with a great bar, a restaurant and a barbershop.
It was one of the first bars in Ireland to offer a full range of Irish styles and food, and has since become one of Ireland’s best known venues for Irish pub crawls and pub tours.
The Rathmays original pub crawl was held in June every year, and is still one of our most popular events.8.
The Cairn Hotel & Conference Centre Dublin’s most famous pub is one that has a lot going for it.
The Cairns traditional pub crawl, which is held every June, is a favourite for locals and visitors alike.
With an old fashioned feel to the space, and a range of pub snacks and beverages, you will definitely enjoy the whole day.9.
The Leeson A must visit place in Dublin is The Leeson.
It’s a pub that is well known throughout Dublin and is a popular spot for locals to meet up with friends and family.
It also has great outdoor seating that offers a wonderful view of Dublin and the cityscape.10.
The Hotel Regal The hotel Regal is located right next to the Oly bridge.
With a large rooftop terrace, a bar, restaurant, and the Regal Theatre on the top floor, it offers an excellent option for an evening out.11.
The Cliffs Hotel & Spa Dublin’s Cliffs is one in