Best Clubs In Dublin

Looking to make the most of your next weekend out in town? You’ll probably be tracking down the city’s best nightclubs, and lucky for you, we just so happen to have a guide dedicated to doing just that. Stocked with wallet-friendly student haunts, vibrant basement parties and indie hotspots, our list of the best nightclubs in Dublin covers all bases.

Last updated on 25th August 2022




Whelan's

79 user reviews 5

If you're searching for somewhere to dance 'til dawn, live music spot Whelan's has your back. From a lineup of performers that includes Ed Sheeran and The Arctic Monkeys, to the cheap drinks served at seven bars across the venue, this place has you covered.

Copper Face Jacks

168 user reviews 4

Copper Face Jacks is hands down one of the best clubs in Dublin for students. Why? A diverse space in the city thanks to its unique rooms and idiosyncratic interiors, this bustling nightlife spot boasts brilliant drinks deals and heaving party antics 'til the wee hours.

Bad Bobs

1 user review 5

A Temple Bar staple, Bad Bobs is one of the best bars in Dublin for many reasons. While sipping on gorgeous cocktails, you can listen to live music and DJ sets. The party spirit takes off across two floors, with the upper-level VIP suites and rooftop terraces on cue if you need a slight breather from the mayhem.

Looking for the city's best live music venues? Button Factory is a state-of-the-art drinking and dancing hub that's not to be slept on. Catch some of the biggest names in the industry as well as a string of Ireland's up-and-coming acts and buzzing club nights from world-class DJs.

Located in the historical Powerscourt Townhouse, Pygmalion is one of the most famous Dublin nightclubs. A lively spot for techno DJs and house music alike, this is one for all of you looking for a memorable affair, alongside 'Pygtails' such as margs and Moscow mules.

Another cracking all-in-one venue, Dtwo fronts a basement nightclub that welcomes the capital's party people every night of the week. Resident DJs cater for all tastes, dropping everything from old-school classics through to the latest commercial hits.

Opium is a versatile hangout boasting its own indoor garden space. By day, this place is a stunning Asian restaurant but by nightfall the venue becomes one of Dublin's best clubs. Expect state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, with DJs churning out feel-good party tunes.