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Tragos y vida nocturna en Dublín

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“Temple Bar is a busy riverside neighbourhood, spread over cobbled pedestrian lanes. Crowded pubs host live folk music and DJ sets, and diners pack restaurants serving Asian, American and Irish cuisine. Quirky boutiques stock clothes and crafts by local designers. The National Photographic Archive highlights Ireland’s past, while the Project Arts Centre and Temple Bar Gallery + Studios shows contemporary art.”
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“Irelands oldest pub with great traditional Irish music and story telling. A must do”
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Foro musical
“The 3Arena is an indoor amphitheatre located at North Wall Quay in the Dublin Docklands in Dublin, Ireland. The venue opened as The O₂ on 16 December 2008. It was built on the site of the former Point Theatre, a smaller music venue which operated from 1988 to 2007, retaining only some of the outer facade.”
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“Always good trad music in the heart of hip Stoneybatter, about a 25 minute walk away”
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“Woodfired pizza served in double decker bus. Djs, craft beers and great local atmosphere. ”
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“Located about 15 minutes walk from the city centre. Great breakfast, lunch or dinner.”
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“This is a great setting to enjoy a drink in a refurbished centuries old church”
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“Best pint of Guinness in town and a great wee bar for atmosphere and excellent service. Watch the barmen go!”
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“Whelans - 25 Wexford St - famed for live music and is the indie and alternative heartland of Dublin. A traditional country pub in the heart of the city, the venue has played host to such musical legends as Jeff Buckley, Nick Cave, Christy Moore and Peter Buck and Mike Mills from REM and was the mecca around which my college social life revolved. There’s a variety of different spaces behind the big facade, the intimate Parlour Bar, a big smoking area in the interior courtyard and an indie disco in the back room after gigs, whose set list has remained the same as I’ve gotten older but will always make you dance. It’s been the home of many a great night out, where just the one becomes a 3am finish. ”
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“Well the Guinness is always excellent here - and that's a rarity. There's almost always some live music. This is a famous place - a drinker where politicians shady sorts have long rubbed shoulders.”
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“Constantly changing menu of own ales, lagers and stouts with an Irish menu and folksy atmosphere. ”
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“15 William St S - a Dublin institution with arguably the best pint of Guinness in the city. It’s a combination of an old man pub & a hipster joint and you can find half of Dublin sitting outside on a sunny day sipping their pints of plain and enjoying a classic ham and cheese toastie.”
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“A bit noisy for this old fart but a great selection of Irish and international independent beers and spirits.”
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Bar
“Slattery’s Pub in Beggars Bush is fresh, bright, colourful with several different dedicated areas – a craft beer bar, a roof terrace and even a ‘love loft’. I’d argue that a pint of Guinness here is among the best in Dublin.”
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“One of the oldest pubs in Dublin, this pub was named after a chapel dedicated to Saint George in 1181. The Long Hall preserves a Victorian atmosphere evoking a by-gone age. The original pub which backs on to Dublin Castle opened in the 1860's and was much used by the Fenians. Today, The Long Hall retains much of its old charm; on the walls are engravings of the dealings of the Russian Emperor Paul I with the Polish patriot Kosiusko as well as prints of Gainsborough ladies. Over the entrance to the toilets are panels of art nouveau glass. The woodwork interior adds an air of authenticity to the premises.”
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Hotel
“Soak up the city's most beautiful views from the Rooftop. Featuring a full cocktail bar and wrap around vistas of Dublin, the Rooftop offers guests a little pocket in the clouds to take you from sunset cocktails to sunrise yoga, whatever your preference. Open every weekend April - May and seven days a week from June. Dinner: Recently awarded "Best Hotel Restaurant in Dublin" by RAI, the Brasserie has a sharp focus on Irish, locally sourced produce. Located right beside the Bord Gais Energy Theatre, it’s a perfect pre-theatre destination.”
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