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  • The Church - bar, restaurant & nightclub image

The Church - bar, restaurant & nightclub

Junction of Mary St. and Jervis St., Dublin 1

webthechurch.ie phone+353 1 828 0102

Originally the church of St. Mary’s (closed in 1964) and currently, since 2007, thanks to the new owner, The Church has been changed druing day in a café, bar and restaurant and in the night in a nightclub. Dj is on the site of the altar. In summer is nice to visit a a barbeque area on the terrace. The place is very interesting, atmospheric and frequented visited by many beautiful women: definitely worth a visit.

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The Horseshoe Bar

The Shelbourne Hotel, 27 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2

webmarriott.co.uk phone+353 1 663 4500

This sweet, diminutive little place, buried deep in the innards of The Shelbourne Hotel and just around the corner from the Irish Parliament, may not look like a nexus but despite the prices you might find yourself opting for that second drink in this well-appointed refuge from the world, the bar has attracted the networked and powerful for decades.

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The Market Bar

14a Fade Street, Dublin 2

webmarketbar.ie phone+353 1 613 9094

The large, cavernous and high-ceilinged Market Bar opens up at the side of the towers-and-turrets fairytale-Victorian George’s Street shopping arcade. Later, to be sure, the place fills up, so prepare for lots of noise and crowds, but if you don’t mind either of these, the atmosphere can be fantastic.

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La Cave Wine Bar & Restaurant

28 South Anne Street, Dublin 2

weblacavewinebar.com phone+353 1 679 4409

Opened in 1989, La Cave is offering copious lists of vintages and serving until 2am. La Cave, a red-walled little room, plush and dim, and alive with the glint of bottles and polished glasses, offers a fine selection of wines by the glass, with Austrian, Hungarian, Lebanese and Greek numbers jostling for position with a galaxy of French labels.

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The Octagon Bar

Clarence Hotel, 6-8 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2

webtheclarence.ie phone+353 1 407 0800

Surprisingly, it's often a quiet, relaxed place in which it is possible to enjoy a drink. It's the main bar of the U2-owned Clarence Hotel on the city's South Quays, that is why The Octagon Bar is a very fashionable joint. The main event is an extensive and expensive cocktail menu, but the usual run of beers and wine is also available.

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The Stag's Head

1 Dame Court, Dublin 2

weblouisfitzgerald.com phone+353 1 679 3687

In recent years The Stag´s Head has become a tourist magnet, as well as a haunt for students from nearby Trinity College. The atmosphere is as good as it ever was; the existing pub dates back to 1895. It mantains all its Victorian décor, with fine wood panelling, stained-glass windows – and an actual Stag's Head suspended on a wall above the mahogany-and-walnut bar.

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Button factory - music club

Curved St, Temple Bar, Dublin

webbuttonfactory.ie phone+353 1 670 9202

Located in the heart of Temple Bar, Button Factory with its live music and DJ sets is one of Dublin's busiest nightclubs. The dance floor is constantly full of young music fans, students and partygoers of all kinds. Button factory hosts Indian, Irish folk music and techno DJ concerts. It is one of the most popular clubs among dancing-seeking tourists.

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Club M - dancing club

Cope St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

webclubm.ie phone+ 353 1 671 5622

Club M is located in the heart of Dublin’s cultural quarter, Temple Bar. Only 5 minutes walk from O’Connell Bridge. For more than 20 years, M Club is is a nightclub with an elegant and stylish setting that offers themed evenings, with music from chill out to dance music and r'n 'B. It is open Friday & Saturday 11pm to 3am. Entrance is free before 11.30 pm.

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Krystle nightclub

Harcourt St Harcourt St, Saint Kevin's, Dublin 2

webkrystlenightclub.com phone+353 1 478 4066

Open on Fridays and Saturdays from 11 pm to 3 am. Krystle is a nice place, it was awarded by the prize "Best Nightclub in Ireland" but be ready that the door security is very rude. There is a roof bar fully heated, but often overcrowded. Below are other bars and areas where you can dance.

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