Enjoy a corker of a night out in at the infamous Coppers. One of the most diverse spaces in the city thanks to its unique rooms and idiosyncratic interiors, this bustling spot boasts brilliant drinks deals and heaving party nights till the wee hours.
Clubs in Dublin
Looking to make the most of your next night out in town? You’ll probably be wanting to track down the city’s best nightclubs, and we just so happen to have a guide dedicated to doing just that. Stocked with wallet-friendly student clubs, vibrant basement spaces and indie hotspots, our list of the best nightclubs in Dublin covers all bases.
Not only does this Liffey Street spot have a circus theme going on, but there's also loads in terms of events. With a club space below and a snug to get cosy in, this is an ideal destination for chilling out or dancing the night away.
Looking for a playlist packed with Rihanna or One Direction? The Workman's Club can't help you here, but they sure as hell can sort you out if you're looking to dance to all your favourite indie classics. There's plenty of rock, hip-hop, guilty pleasures and disco hits thrown into the mix too.
Asian restaurant by day, riotous hive of DJ-led activity by night, Opium is a versatile hangout boasting its own indoor garden space. Expect state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, with DJs churning out those feel-good party tunes.
If you're the type who likes to party every night of the week, you've got a friend in Four Dame Lane. Home to nights of wild abandon seven days a week, this central Dublin nightclub offers up a mix of live music and DJ sets, and it's always free entry.
Another cracking all-in-one venue, DTWO boasts a basement nightclub space which welcomes the capital's party people every night of the week. Boasting room for 400 revellers, resident DJs cater for all tastes; dropping everything from old-school classics to the latest commercial hits.
You'll find this Temple Bar outpost offering a schedule of live music in the evenings and DJ sets till the early hours. The party spirit takes hold of floors one and two, with the upper level VIP suites and rooftop terraces on cue if you need a slight breather from that dance floor mayhem.
The Temple Bar Music Centre - otherwise known as Button Factory - is a state-of-the-art hub for late night socialising. Not only is it one of the best places for live music in Dublin, but it's also home to a relentless schedule of buzzing club nights. Catch some of the biggest names in the industry as well as a string of Ireland's up-and-coming acts.
Located in the historical Powerscourt Townhouse, Pyg is anything but traditional. A lively spot for techno DJs and house nights alike, this is one for all of you looking for a night out that you won't forget anytime soon.
Head to Russell Court Hotel where Krystle is bringing you private penthouse rooms, two huge bars and big tunes. Housed in the same venue as the infamous Dicey's, this city centre spot is brimming with things to do.