Trinity Bar & Venue

Month: April 2016

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Explore the best of Dublin


A tourism destination needs to be a place that is able to capture a person’s imagination. The Irish city of Dublin certainly fits the bill. Unlike other cities in the country, Dublin is a mix of arts, history and architecture. On top of that, it has a distinct and unparalleled nightlife. To most people who visit the city, there is a bit of everything. There is a stunning beach to savor, beautifully designed gardens to walk into and delicious cuisines to enjoy. Dublin is the most popular city in Ireland and it is easy to understand why that is the case.

The Best Bars

The Irish are known for their resolve and commitment, but Dublin has made sure the Irish will also be known because of its hip and happening bars. The city is home to some of the Best Bars in Ireland. These include bars made next to the city center, at the heartland of the city known as Temple Bar or spread across the city.

Some of the best bars in the city include bars like the Trinity Bar, Temple Bar Inn, etc. These places are hot spots for tourists largely because of their commitment to fun, music, security and good food.

The Best Place to Watch Sports

Ireland is the place to be if you are a sports enthusiast and there is a big event coming up. Not everybody can go to the game. But with plenty of bars in Dublin, anybody that visits the city will be facilitated in one of the many sports bars in Dublin. The feeling you get when you watch a game filled with emotion in bar where people are as passionate as you are about the sport can be a treat.

Ireland in general and Dublin in particular has the unique quality of having people who are passionate about all kinds of sports. The Irish national team excels in Rugby, Football and Cricket. People there are passionate about all of these sports and you can experience the chance to witness the greatest sporting events coming up, for example the Rugby World Cup, the Euro Championship and the six nations.

The Best Food

Dublin is popular as a foodie heaven in Ireland. There are all kinds of foods available to enrich your palate. Some of the top foods from Italian to English to traditional Irish Food, Dublin has a number of restaurants that can cater to all kinds of dining experiences, be it casual or fine dining. One of the best burgers in Ireland for example is available at Trinity Bar which is located at the Temple Bay area. Often the best traditional Irish foods in Dublin which include battered sausages etc are commonly available in leading restaurants and food stalls.

Did you know that a number of magazines have declared Dublin the best city in Europe in terms of tourism? If you are looking to enjoy your stay in Dublin and most importantly enjoy the city’s famed night life, all you need to do is visit the Trinity Bar or the leading sports bar in Dublin called the Gastro Sports Bar.

Contact us at call at 01-6794455.

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Trinity Bar Is the Place You Need to Watch the Hottest Sports Events

Trinity sports bar is in the heart of Dublin city centre

Whether you’re an avid rugby lover or a complete football fanatic, there’s something for everyone at  Trinity Bar in Dublin. Sports fans long for an atmosphere in which they can enjoy a game together with dozens of other likeminded individuals who share the same love for the sport, and that is exactly what’s on offer here at Trinity Bar. Needless to say, it is your best destination to watch all the hottest sports events. Still not convinced? Let’s have a detailed look at this fantastic sports bar in Dublin and then you can decide whether you want in or not.

Trinity Bar Has the Best Screens in Town

Trinity Bar is equipped with the best HD screens you will ever find in all of Dublin. It goes without saying  that the management of this bar has done its part by investing in the right goods. It’s all down to the sports lovers who need to come and watch their favourite games on these big screens. What’s more, the HD screens are well capable of displaying crystal clear graphics, which is why you’ll find yourself second guessing as to whether you’re sitting in the actual stadium or watching the game on a screen. This is definitely one factor you can’t ignore as it plays an important role in developing an overall exciting atmosphere.

The Sports Bar Is Always Filled with Sports Lovers

Apart from that, the sports bar is filled with sports lovers throughout and as such, if you are looking to meet some supporters of your favourite team then you will definitely find good company here. This is all the more reasons why you should pay this exciting sports bar a definite visit if you are in Dublin.

It Is One of the Most Interesting Places to Have Delicious Irish Food

There is no doubt about the fact that Dublin is filled with places that offer some of the best food you will ever find in all of Ireland. This food that’s on offer here in this city represents the true class of what Irish cuisine is really like. Trinity Bar definitely sets an example in its own right when it comes to the food, which is another reason as to why you should consider visiting this place more often.

How Can We Forget the Drinks?

Let’s not forget the one true love of sports fans apart from the actual sport they watch: drinks! Drinks are the most important part of any sports bar no matter where it may be and at Trinity Bar, you will find the most intriguing selection of drinks that is almost certain to take you to the next level of excitement.

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Reasons You Should Pack Your Bags and Take a flight to Dublin


With winter long gone, it’s time to people to plan their holidays. Planning a holiday can be a bit of challenge since one can either be spoilt for choice or have limited options available for lack of finances. One location that is able to cater to both of these groups of travelers is Dublin. The most famous city in Ireland and one of the most sought after holiday destinations in all of Europe.

Dublin is a not a beach city, nor is it your typical town made for the night life, neither is it the city with castles and old historical significance. It is a city that has all of this and more. The city caters to all kinds of travellers, the history buffs, the adventure seekers and the party mongers. Here are some of the reasons that you should pack your bags and take a flight to Dublin to enjoy your holidays.

The Love of the Locals

This has almost become a cliché, whichever place you go people come back praising the hospitality of the locals. The Irish are much more than that. They are a proud nation and will offer you lots of love and affection, waiting on the chance to help you. All the more interesting is the fact that Ireland’s population is not only made up of natives. There are people from different nationalities residing in the country. Most international visitors are able to connect with locals who have immigrated from their country of travel.

There is no Refuge like the Beach

The summers are expected to be as hot as last year if not more. Most of your plans can be ruined this time of the year with the sun at its peak. If there is one place you can enjoy, it’s the beach. Relaxing at the beach, with fresh water flowing near you is one of the best experiences you can have. You can enjoy this experience In Dublin with the refuge of pubs and bars nearby in the Temple Bay area if the going gets too hot to handle.

To Watch a Passion Game of Sports in a Bar full of spectators

This summer it’s time for the Olympics and the European Championships. While one will be in Brazil and the other in France, lots of supporters will flock to some of the best sports bar in Ireland to enjoy the games with the passionate Irish. Sports Bars in Dublin are the home of some of the most exciting places in Ireland.

To Have Food and Fun

On your visit here you can enjoy some of the best traditional Irish food in Dublin. Irish dishes like battered sausages, etc. are common for tourists to enjoy. On top of that, there are the trademark bars in Dublin such as the Trinity Bar and Gastro Sports Bar etc which can have live music in Dublin as well as a fun filled, booze laden night life.

If you have already packed your bags and are primed to visit Dublin, Contact us at call at 01-6794455 and double the fun.

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Live Music Schedule April 25th-May 1st

Trinity Bar Venue hosts some of Dublin’s finest live musicians every night of the week! Located in the heart of Dublin in popular Temple Bar, and a stone’s throw from the city’s top attractions, you can’t go wrong with a night out at Trinity Bar Venue!


Monday, April 25th


Tuesday, April 26th

Irish Show

Wednesday, April 27th

Irish Show

Thursday, April 28th

Lee Tomkins

Friday, April 29th

Daniel O’Sullivan

Robin McGuinness

Saturday, April 30th


Hairy Badgers

Sunday, May 1st

Robin McGuinness


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Live Sports April 25th-May 1st

Trinity Bar Venue, Dublin’s top Sports Bar, shows all of the best upcoming live fixtures, every week. Coming with a crowd for a big match? Click here to let us know and book a spot with a great view!

Monday, April 25th

Spurs play against West Brom tonight at 8pm in the latest Premier League clash.

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Tuesday, April 26th

Tonight’s Champions League fixture features Man City up against Real Madrid, from 7.45pm.

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Wednesday, April 27th

More Champions League action tonight with Bayern Munich going head to head with Atletico Madrid at 7.45pm.

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Thursday, April 28th

Liverpool takes on Villarreal tonight in the Europa League, with this match kicking off at 8.05pm.

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Friday, April 29th

Championship soccer tonight at 7.45pm: Birmingham City v Middlesbrough.

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Saturday, April 30th

Arsenal takes on Norwich City in this afternoon’s Premier League match at 5.30pm.

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Sunday, May 1st

Liverpool takes on Swansea City at 12.45pm this afternoon, in the first of this Sunday’s Premier League games, with Manchester United against Leicester City kicking off at 2.05pm, and Southampton v Man City at 4.30pm.


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Delicious Meal Offers

Hungry for something really good? At Trinity Bar Venue we’ve got exactly what you’re looking for… And we’ve got it at a great price! Our award-winning Irish food and drinks, with menu favourites like Steak on the Stone, our best-selling Trinity Burger, slow-cooked Lamb Shank, and Steak & Guinness Pie, is waiting for you as part of our great value deals.


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Monday is Steak Night! Perfect for a romantic evening out. You can get two flat Steaks on the Stone, and a bottle of red or white house wine, for just €45!


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Trinity Burger and selected Pint – €13.95

2-Course Meal (including free soft drink)* – €13.95

3-Course Meal (including free soft drink)* – €16.95


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All cocktails are half price on Thursday nights, and with live music until late you have no excuse not to indulge in some after-work relaxation!


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On Friday nights treat yourself to a bottle of our house wine for just €15, and we’ll provide the finger food free of charge!**

*Surcharges may apply on certain menu items

**Minimum 5, max. 20 pax

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13 Top Facts About Rugby

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One of the very famous types of football, initially played at English public schools (in 18th century), is no other than the famous game itself now; Rugby. The game has evolved through times and the world cups at the interval of 4 years are witnessed to be among the top watched games in the world. The game that started at Rugby School in England is now famous in Ireland, Argentina, Australia, France, Scotland and South Africa along with various other nations dominating in the game.

There are rules pertaining to the game of course, but interestingly there are some facts which are rarely known about Rugby, such as:

1. The origin of Rugby game is known to be at Rugby School in 1823, but the event that made it an actual game was William Webb Ellis catching the ball and running with it during a football game.

2. The Oxford English Dictionary introduced Rugby in the dictionaries in the year 1852 officially.

3. The earliest rugby balls were plum shaped since they were made out of the pig bladder (hence sharing the shape).

4. The Rugby union is popular in Ireland, France, Britain, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa; but the game is played in more than 100 countries now.

5. The peculiar tradition of performing a war dance before the initiation of the rugby match, before the opponents, is carried out with the intention of intimidating the opponents. This is an ancient method and also allows the players to build up their psyche for the game as ferociously as that needed for a war.

6. The winner of the rugby world cup receives Webb Ellis Cup which is named after the inventor of the game.

7. Prior to 19th century, football was not the same sport that it is now played at school and each school had its own set of rules pertaining to the game. After the popularity of inter school matches, the variety of rules settled into Association football and Rugby football.

8. The rugby balls were made more in the spherical shape towards the end of 19th century when rubber was used to make the inner tubes and not the pig bladders.

9. Rugby school requested that the balls be slightly egg shaped to distinguish them from the balls used in football matches. Thus, the oval balls are said to be more suitable for the game.

10. The earlier rugby balls were made from pig bladder and they had to be blown by breath, the reason why people could fall sick and die by blowing balls made with diseased bladder (it is gross too).

11. The tradition of national anthem being sung before the commencement of a sporting event, started with the rugby game when New Zealand danced the ‘Haka’ and Wales responded to that by singing their national anthem in 1905.

12. The first rugby world cup tournament took place in the year 1987 and since then it takes place every four years.

13. The whistle used to kick off a rugby game is the same one first blown by Gil Evans in 1905 for a match between New Zealand and England.

“Beer and Rugby are more or less synonymous”- Chris Laidlaw.

And for that matter, Trinity Bar is the answer to the wish of many rugby fanatics in Dublin, Ireland who aspire to watch the matches on gigantic screens with the best beers in town. Along with that, you could treat yourself to traditional Irish food and enjoy every move of the match along with your friends.

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History of Traditional Irish Food


Come eat a delicious Guinness pie at Trinity Gastro pub

When it comes to hearty and filing food, Ireland has a rich history. A major part of the land has been dedicated for raising cows, sheep, and crops. The coastline of Ireland is sufficient for addressing the seafood requirements of the country. The abundance of a diverse range of ingredients make for a number of colourful local recipes. For the Irish, it is an honour to serve a meal prepared solely from the ingredients grown locally, which is the reason that they prepare their traditional staples over and over again on festivals and other important occasions. This still continues to be a popular trend in the Éire.

The Famine

The history of traditional Irish food cannot be discussed without mentioning the famine. The major staples before potatoes were introduced in Ireland were peas, beans, and wheat. The potatoes came along in the 16th century and altered the entire structure of the Irish cuisine, dominating some of the major delicacies of the country. It was somewhere in the 18th century that the production of potatoes was affected by a disease and Ireland fell into a serious famine.

The Food

Freshness and quality of ingredients is an aspect of the Irish cuisine that cannot be neglected at any cost. These basic ingredients of any dish are sautéed with herbs and spices. The uniqueness of Irish cuisines is that it lacks sauce and gravy and the basic taste of salt and pepper.

Soups also form a crucial part of the traditional Irish food. They are thick, healthy, and enriched with nutrients. They are usually served on the side of potatoes or seafood. A wide variety of seafood is found in the Irish cuisine, as this piece of land is surrounded by salt water. The popular seafood consumed by the Irish includes lobsters, scallops, salmon, mussels and oysters.

For two centuries now, Irish stew is considered to be the national delicacy of the country. The homemade cheese of Ireland is famous in the whole wide world. Ireland, for almost a century now, has retained the title of an accomplished cheese-maker and is widely known for serving 50 different types of chesses.

The traditional Irish diet is based on the staples like grains (like oats), potatoes and dairy products. On every Irish table, potatoes are served at least once in a day, maybe in the form of scones. Scones are considered to be the specialty of the north and look similar to biscuits and muffins.

The Festivals

The Irish are strong believers of the catholic faith, so they choose not to eat certain foods during the time of Lent. All products coming from animals such as dairies and meat are avoided. On Good Friday, hot cross buns are served with different delicious toppings, which hold spiritual significance. Trinity Bar Venue, for years now has maintained the authentic of the traditional Irish food. If you want to experience Irish history through the medium of food, then Turkish bar venue is your place. Hop on, for

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Surprising Benefits of Beer


Be it any season, the love of beer amalgamated with that of sports is a lethal combination. Trinity Bar, Dublin offers its customers just that; with live music throughout the week each night, along with splendid appetite enticing traditional Irish food, and not to miss out, some of the finest choices of wine and beer.

Beer, which is synonymous to joy and relaxation, has some of the surprising health benefits we are unaware of, such as:

1. Prevention from Kidney Diseases

If you’re afraid you might be prone to developing kidney stones, gulp down some beer; not only to ease your nerves but also to prevent from kidney diseases. The moderate consumption of beer is attributed to this health benefit as the high water content flushes away toxins from the kidneys, and avoids the storage of excess calcium in the kidneys that form stones.

2. Full of Vitamin B

A beer is rich in Vitamin B3, B6 and B9 which makes it a wonderful drink for those in dire need for these vitamins. The yeast is the ingredient in the beer which is rich in vitamin B and helps in cell repair, controls PMS and prevents cancer.

3. Beer manages Blood Pressure

Beer manages blood pressure, especially as compared to wine or other alcoholic beverages which cause the blood pressure to increase. However, to enjoy this benefit, the consumption has to be in moderation.

4. Prevention from Alzheimer’s disease

One of the most surprising benefits of beer is that it protects against the Alzheimer’s disease. It is actually the silicon content of the beer that helps protect the brain of an individual from high amounts of aluminum present in the body which deteriorate brain health leading to the Alzheimer’s disease. Also drinkers of beer are protected different cognitive impairments too.

5. Beer Reduces Stress

One of the significant and evident benefits of beer is that it reduces stress (why else would it be an all time favorite?). Beer is one of the stress busters and it is medically proven so. Not only that, consumption of beer also keeps the heart attacks at bay. Moderate consumption of beer can help reduce anxiety and control symptoms of depression.

6. Fights Against Dandruff

Do you have an itchy and flaky scalp? Maybe it’s not the costly hair treatment you require, pour down a beer bottle on your head in order to get rid of the nasty dandruff flakes. Beer is proven to be one of the anti dandruff agents due to the yeast and vitamin B content present in its ingredients that help shoo away the dandruff. Try it out to enjoy the smooth shine in your locks.

7. It Reduces Cholesterol

If you wish to protect your heart, prevent strokes, and manage cholesterol levels, a good dosage of beer is the key to do so. Beer helps manage cholesterol levels as it contains soluble fiber that helps lower cholesterol levels.

Cheers to beer for all the amazing benefits! Grab one and enjoy the taste and the advantages!

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Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth!

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As one of Dublin’s top gastropubs, at Trinity Bar Venue we understand the importance of that little extra something you need to finish off your meal!

Whether you’re in for lunch with family or friends, are visiting Dublin and need an energy boost to keep up with your sightseeing, or just popping in to break up your work day, our desserts are the icing on the cake!

We like to keep things interesting by changing up our daily dessert specials, and as an added bonus they’re great value at just €5. What would you like to see on our menu? Get in touch and let us know!