by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Courtesy of The Brazen Head
Bar with No Name/The Secret Bar (Bar No. 3)
Chic, high-ceilinged secret bar in a low-key, edgy hotel.
Grogan’s Castle Lounge
Quiet atmosphere, original art, delicious tea and toasties.
L. Mulligan Grocer
Cozy, hidden gastro pub, serving more than 100 whiskeys.
The Bernard Shaw
Small indoor graffitied space, large outdoor patio.
The Brazen Head
Well-known, Ireland's oldest pub, dating back to 1198.
The Button Factory
Anything goes at this dance club and live music venue.
Live music, traditional, Guinness-serving Irish country pub.
The Long Hall
Classic Victorian bar, no distracting television or music.
The Market Bar
Tapas and wine bar catering to the young, preppy crowd.
Quality assortment, one of few microbreweries in Dublin.
"When I die Dublin will be written in my heart." —James Joyce
FEATURED // Old Jameson Distillery Tour
FEATURED // The Brazen Head
FEATURED // Thornton's
FEATURED // Ulysses Rare Books
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