This circus-themed club in Dublin is all about the party, with a reputation for some of the best live music and events in the city. From the huge ground floor club to the subterranean snug, you'll find quirky boho vibes all around.
Quirky Clubs in Dublin
Feel like you've seen it all before? Ditch the same old student nights and standard clubs and shake things up a little. From intimate dive bars moonlighting as live music spots to massive nightclubs with multiple rooms and themed venues boasting late night parties, here's our guide to the top 10 quirky clubs in Dublin.
If you're looking for a good night out, you really can't go wrong with a visit to Coppers. Famed for its multi-storey space offering drinking, dining, pubbing and clubbing, this city centre venue is a diverse spot, with plenty to do no matter the occasion.
From ping pong to giant Jenga, this North City favourite has it all. With an impressive selection of over 100 rums, this is the perfect place for a couple of cocktails and a cheeky game before live DJs take to the stage with house, techno and more.
This 3-storey venue is home to a restaurant, cocktail bar and nightclub all in 1; bringing you dishes from Thailand, Japan and Vietnam alongside banging beats till the wee hours. Get meldy on quirky cocktails, dig into tasty eats and party the night away.
Housed in the Russell Court Hotel, Krystle boasts a basement club and upper-level which overlooks Dicey's Beer Garden. A unique space, the club provides a soundtrack of commercial hits while the outdoor area hosts a sprawling all-weather beer garden.
Located in the iconic Temple Bar area, Bad Bobs is jam-packed with vintage memorabilia, craft cocktails and an impressive selection of whiskey. Irish Coffee is taken seriously here, so grab one and head to the stunning roof terrace before hitting the nightclub.
The interior isn't the only eye-catching this about this Harcourt Street spot, you know. One of the best sports bars in Dublin, Dtwo features a backyard BBQ, all-weather beer garden and Instagrammable bar and club with space to up to 400.
Riot may technically be a dive bar, but it's got all the vibes of a quirky club in Dublin. From the neon lights to the graffiti-strewn walls and regular live music nights, you won't be leaving early here. Think arcade games, pool and late night revellers.
Whether you came for the eclectic atmosphere or the sassy drag queens, a night at this wacky pick never disappoints. Expect low lighting and velvet seating in the bar, alongside a lively club room that hosts some of Dublin's best DJs and live bands.
From end-of-the-week throwdowns at Pyg Sundays to wild weekenders at Pygfest, we've all had a few late nights at this restaurant-turned nightclub. Make your way to Powerscourt Townhouse for 18th century splendour contrasts with modern hits and a youthful crowd.