Fun Birthday Ideas In Dublin
It's your birthday, and you'll cry if you want to - but where's the fun in that? Whether it's a biggie or just another year wiser, your birthday is always an excuse to have a little craic in Dublin. From staying up all night at one of the rowdy clubs through to a boozy brunch, we've rounded up the most fun birthday ideas in Dublin.
It's time to really let loose, as Hungry Heart is heading to The Workmans Club for an epic evening of non-stop Bruce Springsteen hits. This brilliant club night is ideal for all steadfast lovers ofThe Boss, with lots of air guitaring, singing along and dress up encouraged.
If you're looking for birthday venues to host your celebrations, then the Market Bar is a supreme spot. Along with tonnes of delicious drinks on offer, there are plenty of bites to hold your lot over - we're talking wings, mushrooms and other tapas.
Mashing party with pretty cocktails and an even sexier decor, Bow Lane will make sure any Dublin birthday celebration is a big one. Grab one of their booths for cocktails that turn into dancing, or if you've got a birthday towards the end of the month, head along to the legendary drag brunch.
Zozimus Bar is a cool birthday idea if you're craving a boozy brunch, quirky cocktails and yummy pizzas. With its signature snazzy surroundings, the restaurant bar serves some of the city's most interesting food and drinks with plenty of party vibes to boot.
This Brooklyn-inspired dive bar likes to play hard, serving cocktails that don't shy away from the booze and delicious American eats. To add to the birthday partying? Keep an eye out for their regular host of live music nights and DJs, as well as the arcade games and pool table.
Have your cake and eat it at this all-rounder on Wexford Street. Keep it casual with a meal in Opium's Pan-Asian restaurant, dance the night away in the club, or stick to cocktails on the rooftop terrace. If you're planning a proper party, there's private hire spaces to book too.
Is it really your birthday if there isn't tequila involved in some form? 777 does it better than most, with a long list of 100% blue agave tequilas, cheap and cheerful plates, and a cute interior. Book a table, grab your mates and prepare for a headache the next day.
Ohana is a sleek new cocktail joint bringing a slice of tiki paradise to the city centre. Serving fruity cocktails with a focus on rum against a colourful backdrop of hand-painted murals and plush furnishings, it's a brilliantly fun birthday party idea in Dublin.
Ping pong, pool and beer aplenty is all you need for a fun birthday in Dublin, and luckily, Buskers on the Ball has it in abundance. The party bar is great for larger groups, with a happy choice of American bites and games such as foosball, shuffle board and more.