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Ok, you are in Dublin and you want that picture or you want to drink here the first Guiness of your trip. Fair enough.
In reality, it's a pricey pub, crowded with loud tourist. The service is ok, the guy do try their best to...More
This isn’t a super authentic place by any means, though I don’t think it pretends to be. It’s a very popular spot and on a Saturday in February, we were packed to the wall with very hot temperatures. The live music is quite good but...More
3 couples visited for two nights and stayed within close proximity to temple bar. Visited both days to take in the culture and get merry. The bars a friendly and great fun. All have live local bands playing all day creating a fab atmosphere. Wonderful...More
Great buzz, busy lively pubs and restaurants in the heart of Dublin to suit all ages but it’s pricy. Expect to pay up to 50% premium - getting home May be a challenge - hard to get a taxi - especially if you stay til...More
Hi, I'm going on a Hen weekend to the temple bar area and am wondering if anyone can recommend any nice bars, places to eat etc. Anywhere that has live music, comedy or any kind of entertainment? I'm told we'll be going to the Sin Bar/club - is it any good? Also we'll probably be in Hen t-shirts/fancy dress are the bars relatively welcoming or is there anywhere we should avoid on a Hen do?
September 12, 2012|
Don't expect to be greeted with open arms , hens/stags are tolerated most everywhere but do bear in mind , you are not the only people dressing up. On an average weekend, there are at least 5/6 hen nights multiply this by 52 weeks by 15 years and you will see how apathetic we are. most of the bars have live music and somewhere like the Hard Rock Cafe or Thunder Road are places you might enjoy for dinner.
Travel From Airport (9 Replies)
Hi there Me and the missus will be arriving at Dublin airport a la Ryanair, we will land at 9am Tuesday morning. What would the cheapest form of transport be to the George Frederic Handel Hotel located on Fishamble Street Christchurch / Temple Bar Dublin 8 We will have 1 suitcase. What would the rough cost of a taxi be? All help is much appreciated. Rob
October 13, 2005|
Hi, A taxi would cost around €15/€20 into Handels hotel (lovely by the way!) Getting a bus is definately the cheap option and goes every few mins frm the airport...I think its about €3. The bus however will drop you in the city cntr about a 10/15 min walk from the hotel as its along the quays and the bus cant go down that side frm the airport. If you're getting the bus, get off at Connolly stn then jump on the num 90 down to Handels...the bus driver will let you know where to get off if you...More
Dublin -local music (6 Replies)
I would like to go to a pub (or two) while in Dublin in December without going on or stumbling into a pub tour. Any off the beaten path suggestions? Staying near Temple Bar
November 05, 2013|
local music as in...? Indie rock stuff? Trad Irish?