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Find Out What Are the Best Bars in Dublin


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Dublin is home to some of the best bars you will ever find. Whether you want to enjoy a good drink with your buddies, watch your favourite sports and cheer for your team, or have a decent meal with food you love the most, there is something for everyone given the variety of bars in Dublin. In this post, we will be discussing some of the best bars in Dublin where you can hang and have a good time. So let’s take a look!

1. Kehoe’s

Kehoe’s is a typical Victorian pub which is etched in mahogany snugs and glass. It simple provides one of the best atmospheres in the city, where you can settle in, get cosy, and enjoy a pint of Guinness. One drawback of this bar is that it doesn’t offer any food. It mainly deals with the black stuff, but do you see anyone complaining? That’s how good this bar is at what it does.

2. Stag’s Head

You can enjoy a comfortable seat at its marble bar, which presides over an actual Stag’s Head. For most, this is the perfect spot to enjoy a Guinness. But you shouldn’t rush it, because this is definitely among Dublin’s best pints. You will find a mix of students, brokers (there’s a Stock Exchange nearby), and locals here who are all there to have fun and let loose.

3. Whelan’s

Whelan’s is among the oldest Dublin bars and definitely serves a good pint of Guinness. However, its real attraction is the live music. You will find local folk bands on its small floor stage playing often. Upcoming indie bands can also be found in the upstairs area. What’s more, the bar is open late as well.

4. The Temple Bar

The Temple Bar Pub is one of the old school bars in Dublin as it has been around for over 160 years. The bar provides traditional Irish music on a daily basis, plus you will also come across a beer garden here as well which isn’t found elsewhere in the area.

5. The Summit Inn

Summit Inn is located a few miles off the city centre. It is beautifully placed up on the Howth hill and provides exquisite views over the city and the Mourne Mountains through its terrace. Its cosy interior features a turf fire as well. And last but not the least, the Summit Inn is one of the best places to enjoy a mean pint of porter.

Still can’t figure out which place to go? Maybe you should pay Trinity Bar a visit. After all, this is one sports bar you cannot miss out on with all the excitement that’s on offer on a daily basis!

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