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The Top 10 Things to do in Dublin in 36 Hours - New York Times "It's a venue to die for. Wood panelled walls, plush banquette seating and a pristine sound system render the rest of Dublin's night-life cruddy in comparison." The Irish Times After...more
Enjoyed Macy Gray in this venue. It is a small intimate venue and was a sold out gig. Despite the crowds and the queueing we really enjoyed this place. We didn't get a seat like lots of others but it didn't take away from the...More
I booked to see macey gray booked a hotel at £100 and drove 2 1/2 hours to get there to find out if i wanted a seat i would have to be there early and que up. I called into the club and was told...More
This club located at the end of Lesson Street (beside St Stephen's Green) is a hidden gem. The sofa awaiting on tiers means everyone has a great view. Sound quality is superb ! In addition to a full bar they also serve pizza !
They supposed to open the door 7.30pm by 6 minutes passed and everybody has been in the raining !! Not really nice to pay to get wet !!! 🤬 they run out of crisps ! Staff very rude !! Never been treated so badly !!...More
I was in The Sugar Club for the first time at an Aretha Franklin tribute night, it was very good. Room to dance, we had no seats so stood at the back. They were quite slow serving at the bar. Limited range of beers and...More
Absolutely great environment and chilled atmosphere. Was surprised as to how great a movie was with the access to a bar with minimal disruption. Great layout as well and overall a brilliant experience. Would definitely recommend for a social few drinks and I'll be sure...More
First time at the Sugar Club and wasn't sure what to expect but goodness what a gem of a venue. Great atmosphere, sat in one of the booths, super comfy, great view, good acoustic and intimate feel even though the place was packed for an...More
Cory Henry was excellent - but why did the tickets say 10:30 but the gig didn’t start till 00:45 ! We were left standing out in the cold for ages. Plus the Irish lad at the door must have thought he was St Peter at...More
Although we booked online, we saw people buying tickets on the door. It may depend on the popularity of the artist performing. Online booking probably guarantees entry. Make sure you get there about 30 minutes before it... More
Although we booked online, we saw people buying tickets on the door. It may depend on the popularity of the artist performing. Online booking probably guarantees entry. Make sure you get there about 30 minutes before it opens. Then you will be able to get a good spot. If it is an act where they have the tables and seats set up, this is essential. A tip, avoid front couple of rows of seats as the rest of the crowd will stand in front of you during the set and you will see nothing but a see of backs.