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Dublin’s Best Cocktail Bars

Dublin’s Best Cocktail Bars

Dublin city is famous for its eclectic nightlife. Brimming with bars and nightclubs it has something to offer every type of socialite. Visit traditional Irish pubs, karaoke bars, comedy venues, music and cocktail bars. The city has it all. Temple Bar has the highest concentration of drinking establishments but there are plenty more to be found throughout the city with Dawson Street also being a popular hotspot. Many stylish cocktail bars have emerged in recent years and are very popular among locals and tourists alike. For those of you on vacation an evening in one of Dublin’s finest establishments is the perfect way to unwind. Planning a holiday can be stressful from booking flights, accommodation and annual holiday insurance, so sit back, relax and enjoy the best of what Dublin has to offer.

Dakota Bar

b2ap3_thumbnail_Dakota.jpgDakota nestled in the heart of the city on South William Street is one of Dublin’s most hip and popular cocktail bars. The bar is long and narrow and is always full with a young, energetic clientele. The walls are lined with trendy half moon leather couches, in the summertime the patio area is the perfect area to enjoy a tasty daiquiri. The bar has one of the widest cocktail menus you will find anywhere in Dublin and this is complemented by a huge variety of beers on offer too. If you want good food, great drink and an even better atmosphere be sure to visit this bopping Dublin bar.


Harry’s on the Green


Harry’s, ideally located on Stephen’s Green is a double award winning cocktail bar and boasts multiple award winning bartenders. Harry’s is the perfect place to start off, spend or end your night with late opening until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays. It’s heated outside terrace that seats up to 70 people is home to Harry’s famous BBQ every Friday and Saturday evening. The cocktails here are some of the best in Dublin, the barmen are professionally trained and have a passion for what they do. We recommend you try out the tiramisu and black cherry whiskey sour, it is something special. With its decadent interior and unpretentious crowd, it is definitely worth a visit on any trip to Ireland’s capital.



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A trip to Temple Bar’s Vintage Cocktail Club is a real treat. Emerge yourself in what feels like a wonderland with superb cocktails to complement the fantastic setting. The cocktails are top notch, well balanced and some of their flavor combinations are pleasantly surprising. Its vintage setting makes you feel as if you are hidden away in a spectacle from the past. Although cocktail prices here may be slightly higher than some of its competitors, you are promised some of the finest cocktails you will ever taste and to be swept away to a bit of the past.

The Capitol Lounge

If you are looking for cheap cocktails, then the Capitol Lounge is the perfect place for you. This late bar attracts a huge crowd every night of the week and its large dance floor is ideal for its pop playlist. The bar serves €5 cocktails until midnight, so how can you go wrong? The cocktail promotion attracts a huge crowd and offers a delicious menu, perfect way to start off your Saturday night. 

Dublin is the perfect place to travel to if you are looking for an enjoyable party holiday. With hundreds of bars to choose from, you are bound to find the pub for you. Above is just a taster of what the city’s cocktail scene has to offer. Explore and wander the cobbled streets, to find a myriad of bars. Happy pub-crawling!





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9 William Street South, Dublin 2, Ireland
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