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Fun Restaurants in Dublin
Dinner at home can be a drag, right? So dinner at a restaurant should be fun, right? RIGHT. Here to bring you some of Dublin's funnest dining spots, we've pooled a collection of restaurants in the city that go that little bit extra in ensuring you have a great dining experience, whether that's with quirky interiors or a roster of live entertainment.
Technically a cocktail bar, Bow Lane offers brunch at the weekend and this one's quite the corker. Taking place every 3rd Sunday of the month, Drag Brunch sees host Davina Devine and a lineup of sassy queens bring you lip-syncs, disco beats and wild performances alongside a tasty spread.
Describing itself as a haven for Japanese tapas, Yamamori is a marvellous mash of modern and traditional dining. Against the backdrop of grand murals and samurai artifacts, you'll get to tuck into innovative small plates that are packed with flavour, and finish off with a dash of sake.
Famed for their selection of tequilas, exquisite Mexican eats and party spirit, 777 is one quirky place to eat in Dublin. Explore the colourful cocktail menu featuring the signature 777s Margarita Especial and the Mi Cobra Mas Sexy with classic tacos, tortillas and more served until late.
If you like to pair your dining experience with a fun-loving feel, NoLita is your gal. The quirky cocktail bar and restaurant combines New York-style tipples with hearty Italian plates and then wraps it all up in bodacious interiors that are sure to impress your Instagram followers.
Zozimus is a cocktail bar in Dublin serving fusion Asian cuisine. Located on the ground floor of Centenary House, its made up of colourful decor, quirky cocktails and flavoursome food offerings from boozy brunches all the way to sleek dinner dates.
A vibrant bar and restaurant in Dublin, Wigwam is sure to deliver on nights out packed with fun and flavour. Head over and you can indulge in a feat of burgers, tacos and plenty more Americana-inspired plates before hitting the ping pong table and getting down on the dancefloor.
A sleek den of drinking, dining and dancing in Dublin, Opium is a fun restaurant that'll carry you through from dusk 'till dawn. Join them for Asian-inspired plates for dinner you'll swoon over seasonal dishes with cocktails before going to the club to shake it all off.
This is an undeniably fun place to eat in Dublin. Evenings at Café en Seine consist primarily of sipping cocktails in Instagram-worthy interiors, watching live entertainment such as theatre or music, and stuffing your face with elegant French cuisine.