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The Temple Bar

The Temple Bar is a historic pub smack dab in the middle of Dublin’s thriving nightlife district, Temple Bar. As much an institution as the area from which it gained its name, The Temple Bar pub offers beautiful surroundings of a traditional Irish pub complete with wooden panels and seats, mosaics, paintings and historic photographs. More than 450 varieties of Irish, Scottish and other whiskies are stocked, while the foods offered range from delicious fresh caught local oysters, scrumptious sandwiches, and cheese plates.

The Temple Bar pub's distinctive red exterior

Guinness is the commonest compliment to the food on offer at the Temple Bar pub, which has for 160 years hosted people in Dublin living locally or visiting from places all around the world. The atmosphere, food and drinks selection is complimented by live entertainment every night from local Irish musicians, making the atmosphere lively, convivial and quintessentially Irish. With the city centre and all its sights and sounds quite literally at the doorstep, it’s scarcely any wonder this pub consistently attracts so many people.

Live music entertainment in the Temple Bar pub one evening

Address: The Temple Bar, 47/48 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, D02 N725, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 672 5286
Email: thetemplebar18@gmail.com
Website: http://www.thetemplebarpub.com/

The Sunnybank (Dublin)

The Sunnybank offers Dublin’s visitors a perfect place to drink, have a party and stay overnight. Specifically designed for tourists and locals wanting to add a bit of raucous spice to their journey, Sunnybank has special offers tailor made for groups wanting a great Hen or Stag do. Situated as it is in the pretty town of Glasnevin near Dublin, Sunnybank prides itself on providing a comfortable, traditionally decorated Irish bar with a selection of beers and whiskies. Cooked Irish breakfasts are offered every morning while scrumptious Thai meals bring an exotic edge to dinner and suppertime.

The exterior of The Sunnybank Hotel and pub, Dublin

Those staying at Sunnybank commonly cite the friendly people running the place, who’ve worked for years to delicately build and maintain a lovely atmosphere where conversation flows naturally and Irish traditions of great hospitality happen. They’re so good at it that the hotel is even equipped to host events and cater for functions for up to 150 people. Business travellers have likewise commented upon the excellence of Sunnybank, noting its free WiFi and quiet rooms.

Address: Sunnybank Hotel, 68/70 Botanic Road, Dublin 9, D09 Y7E5, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 830 6755
Email: info@sunnybank.ie
Website: http://www.sunnybank.ie/