How many pubs are there in Dublin

Pubs in Dublin

How many Pubs available in Dublin? Innumerable. But one thing is certain: when visiting the city, you should have visited at least one.

The Dubliner differentiates between three types of pubs: 1. Trendy bars, hip, modern bars with a young crowd, often referred to as the "drinking factory" by old, tradition-conscious pub-goers. 2. Traditional pubs that have been around for Victorian times or longer. 3. Locals, the pub around the corner from home.

Especially in the area around the Grafton Street and in the Wexford Street are the nice cool and Irish pubs to be found. The neighborhood too Temple Bar is known for its pubs, but honestly one has to say that these are a bit touristy and are therefore avoided by some Dubliners.

Ordered is at the barman's at the counter. In some pubs, the pint is brought to the square (often by Chinese employees). Most of the time, you wait right at the bar (where it can get crowded, especially during the last round) for your round and pay immediately. You can then skilfully carry the ordered pints to the table at once, if possible. If you are invited, you reciprocate - especially in large groups, it happens so easily that you drink a pint or two more than planned.

The Irish love to go to pubs, there is the well-known saying of the "second living room." Indeed, it's more likely to meet in the pub than at home. The special thing about this pub culture: You get into a conversation, regardless of whether you already knew each other or not.

Smoking has been banned in all workplaces in Ireland since 2004, including pubs. Smokers meet again in front of the door or in the backyard (in some pubs even heated in winter). Many pubs have set up special smoking terraces for this purpose. A cigarette in front of the door can be very communicative - as I said, members of the Smokers Club meet outside. "Smirting" takes place in front of the doors of the pubs - smoking and flirting.

Most of the pubs in Dublin close around 1 a.m. on the weekend, and the last round is at 0:30 a.m. If you are still thirsty, you can move on to one of the many night clubs.


Nice pubs in Dublin

The stage's head
1 Dame Ct, Dublin 2
 

Neary's
1 Chatham St, Dublin 2
 

O'Dwyer's
8 Mt Street Lower, Dublin 2
 

Hogans
35 South Great George's St, Dublin 2
 

Wheelan's
25 Wexford St, Dublin 2
 

Carnival
11 Wexford St, Dublin 2
 

Turk's head
27 Parliament St, Dublin 2
 

The church
Jervis St (corner of Mary St), Dublin 1
 

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