Cheap Drinks In Dublin

We all love a cheap drink or two, and luckily Dublin is overflowing with places offering affordable refreshers for your night out. From happy hours to 2-4-1, budget beers and low-cost cocktails, check out our selection of cheap drinks in Dublin so you can have an epic night out without breaking the bank.

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Last updated on 17th September 2020




Bow Lane

557 user reviews 4

Not only is Bow Lane a fun party bar in the heart of Dublin (with a cracking drag brunch) but they're also home to #SuperSimonSunday. Meaning you can get your fix of the bar's award-winning signature cocktails, every Sunday for just €7 a pop from 6 p.m onward. 

The Grand Social

5 user reviews 4

The Grand Social is a space with many talents, it's a music venue, event space and nightclub with budget-friendly drinks, a bespoke cocktail bar and rooftop garden for summer months. Head on down and expect a night of top-notch entertainment without breaking the bank. 

Copper Face Jacks

167 user reviews 4

One of Dublin's favourite clubs, Copper Face Jacks claim to have the best craic in the city, and their cheap drink deals make them even more attractive. Head on down to enjoy a low-cost night on the town that's packed with fun antics, plenty of pints and some live entertainment.

A staple in the LGBTQ+ community since 2007, Pantibar is a staple of Dublin's queer scene. Led by the sassy Panti, this bar attracts an eclectic mix of punters searching for affordable refreshments, with warming vibes and good music at the heart of this Capel Street gay bar.

Bad Bobs

1 user review 5

Bad Bobs knows how to throw a party, and how do they ensure it's always in full swing? Affordable drink deals and weekly specials created by the bartenders... head over for their infamous 2 for €12 deal on classics mixes and revel in all the action without breaking the bank. 

Home to Dublin's best rooftop beer garden, Fitzsimons Bar is the ideal location for purse-friendly alfresco drinking and dining. Downstairs, you'll find a lively local's bar and pub, serving traditional Irish dishes, with a 90s-inspired club that's well worth checking out after you fill up. 

A cool wine bar in Dublin, Amy Austin is not only bringing style to Dublin's city centre, but there's also a banging wine menu with regular discounts. Head on over on a Monday or Wednesday night and you'll get 25% off your choice of vino, oh and you can bring your dog along too. 

The Palace Bar is overflowing with Victorian charm, both architecturally and inside. After finding fame in the 40's when The Irish Times's editor made it his regular haunt, it's become a beloved place for meeting up over a couple of cheap pints in the city. 

A traditional pub on Upper Camden Street, The Bleeding Horse is a historic Irish haunt with plenty of heart. Offering affordable drinks at the bar and a menu of reasonably-priced eats, it's no wonder that this classic boozer has been a beloved spot for so long. 

Four Dame Lane is a unique bar, gallery and DJ haunt on (you guessed it) Dame Lane. A local fave for its €6 cocktail deals, eclectic crowd of revellers and chilled-out vibe, it's a brilliant place to have a quirky night out in Dublin without a worry about money.