Hidden away below the city centre this cocktail bar brings to life the feel of the 1920s with a bootlegger aesthetic and some very fine tipples. On top of quality drinks and a tasty food menu, you can also find brand takeovers and live music included in their unique events schedule.
Fun Things To Do In Dublin
It's no secret that Ireland's capital is one of the most high-energy cities in Europe with its mix of iconic monuments, diverse dining scene and eclectic nightlife. To help you zero in on some of city's top activities, we've rounded up some of the most fun things to do in Dublin, from quirky bars that come steeped in history to the best places to sample some of the finest local whiskies.
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If you're looking to explore the city in a different way, we've found just the adventure. When you get a ticket to CityDays, you'll get to solve various riddles at Dublin landmarks such as statues and buildings while unlocking cafes, pubs and more clues.
When it comes to group activities for adults in Dublin, Shuffleboard Bar is blowing it out of the water. Get the gang together to play everything from the game that is the venue's namesake to giant Connect Four and pool, with cocktails and craft beers to pair.
On the hunt for unique things to do in Dublin? Head on over to Jameson Distillery Guided Tour for a look inside the iconic Irish brand. You can learn all about the distillation process, from the milling, mashing, and maturation all before having a drink or two at JJ's Bar.
As if housing 140 whiskies from around the world wasn't enough, The Dingle Whiskey Bar also teaches you how to drink 'em with a range of tastings and pairing evenings, alongside a few live music events where you can settle in with a glass of the good stuff and soak up some local talent.
Searching for fun things to do in Dublin for young adults? Head to this drag-drenched brunch and enjoy non-stop entertainment from your host, Davina Devine. Expect lip-sync battles, disco tunes and even some sex education at this cracking event.
Ever wondered what makes Guinness the drink of champions? Head to Guinness Storehouse and indulge your inner tourist by making your own beer, exploring the history of the brew and heading up to the rooftop bar for some seriously impressive views of the city.
Home to more than just a few bottles and bites, Mary's is steeped in a local history that name checks even Michael Collins himself. With burgers in the basement, signature cheese toasties and a wealth of craft beer options to get stuck into, this is one of the city's more unusual spots.
Dublin's spiritual home for power ballads and retro cocktails, there's always a party at this Berlin-style dive bar down by the river. Fronting weekly parties with some of the city's best DJs in tow, alongside pool, darts and arcade games, it's one of the coolest basement spots in the city.
Does your idea of a fun day out in Dublin include illicit cocktail sipping? Look no further than Vintage Cocktail Club, a top secret bar serving award-winning mixes against a backdrop of unique trinkets, plush seating and dimmed lighting for an extra dash of drama.
Bringing together Asian eats, uniquely blended cocktails and club antics under one roof, Opium is fab for fun things to do in Dublin at night. While away the hours on a quirky date, group night out or special occasion with dinner, drinks and partying 'til late in one place.
777 is a fun Mexican restaurant, slinging out top-tier tacos and premium tequila from central Dublin. Head here and you can dig into plates of yellowfin tuna sashimi crunchy tostados, house blend chorizo taquitas and mouthwatering wood-fired meats with refreshing cocktails.