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Grand Central Dublin, Dublin | Tourist Information


O' Connell Street lower, dublin,county dublin
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 1

01 8728658

The Grand Central Cafe Bar is steeped in historic tradition. its History dates back to the late 19th century. It was a bank and today it is a newly renovated cafe style bar. Today the old style ceilings and beautiful hand crafted stone , surrounded by plush leather couches creating an almost bordello-like comfort. The Grand Central | O’Connell Street Pub | Dublin City Pub | Dublin City Restaurant | Dublin Dinning Clubs for Private Parties Dublin City Centre, Corporate Function Rooms Dublin 1

Bar Near Grand Central Dublin

The Harold House
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
34-35 Upper Clanbrassil Street, Harold Cross Bridge
Dublin, Dublin 8

The Barge
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
42 Charlemont Street
Dublin, 2

01/4751869

O'Connells
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
29 South Richmond Street
Dublin,

(01)4753704

The Bernard Shaw
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
11-12 South Richmond Street
Dublin, 2

01 9060218

Open 7 days a week. Bar. Cafe. Creative Space.... As promoters, music is our first love and putting on parties and events is our job. Musically, we cover a lot of bases. We have DJs and bands playing across the board from house to jazz to grime, roots reggae to disco, hip hop to rock. Events-wise, on any given day you could walk into a back yard market, an exhibition launch, a marathon 10hr set from a Detroit DJ legend, a hot-tub party, fresh pizza on a double decker bus, an Italian breakfast, a live show from emerging Dublin bands, graffiti battles, sunshine sangrias in the yard, or even just a simple pint of plain and a chat.

Leonards Corner
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
117 South Circular Road
Dublin, D8

01 4542332

Where friends meet friends. Free wifi. Music every Sunday evening 6-8pm. Lunch served Mon-Fri 12-3pm. Watch all Premiership Soccer in comfort on our choice of screens. Deals of the Month: Wine of the month €12.50 3 bottles Coors/Miller €10 All mixers €2 when you buy any spirit

57 The Headline
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
56/57 lwr Clanbrassil St
Dublin, Dublin 8

0035315320279

Tastefully redecorated by Máire Ní Mhaolie & Geoff Carty in October 2013, The Headline has been given a new lease of life. With a focus on Irish brands, our aim is to provide the highest quality products available, and we can safely say you won't be stuck for choice. All our Taps run either Irish Craft Beer or Premium imported beer. We also offer a range of Premium Irish Whiskey. Currently we stock the largest selection of Irish Craft Beer on tap in Ireland, with tutored beer tastings available for groups. Our cosy atmosphere and comfortable seating is ideal for for all sizes of groups from couples to large parties, and we take reservations. Don't hesitate to call us if want to organise an event, but allow for some T&C's. Our second floor bar is open from Wednesday - Saturday and is ideal for large groups. Food is served 7 days from 4 pm - 10 pm Mon to Friday, and from 3pm - 10 pm Sat &1pm Sun with 2 course lunch from 1 - 5 pm Sat & Sun Bookings Taken T&C's

The DEN Bar
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
27 Pembroke Road
Dublin, Dublin 4

353 1 6682522

Downstairs at the Lansdowne Hotel Dublin you will find one of Dublin's finest drinking emporiums "The Den Bar". Relax and enjoy a drink of your choice or choose from our bar food menu while savouring the atmosphere of this exciting meeting place - popular with business people and tourists alike. 'The Den' features a unique collection of sports memorabilia of interest to sport enthusiasts particularly the rugby fraternity. We are proud to present the biggest rugby tie collection in the world. The Den Bar serves carvery lunch daily and for the late weekend risers we have brunch on Saturday's and Sunday's.

The Bleeding Horse Pub
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
24/25 upr Camden St
Dublin, Dublin 2

01-4752705

The Bleeding Horse
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
25 Upper Camden Street
Dublin, Dublin 2

014752705

Buck Whaleys
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
67 Lower Leeson St
Dublin, Dublin 2

+35316334200

House Dublin
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
27 Lower Leeson Street
Dublin, D02

00353019059090

The Wellington
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
1a Upper Baggot Street
Dublin, Dublin 4

01 660 7344

House Bar
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
27 Lower Leeson street
Dublin,

01 9059090

The Odeon
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
HARCOURT Street
Dublin, D02 RK

01 - 4782088

Since reopening its doors late 2012 after an extensive renovation, The Odeon Bar has quickly built a reputation for being the go-to venue for evening drinks in the capital. Following extensive renovations, the new Odeon burst back onto the scene with the promise of good food, good drink and a good time, in delectably decadent surroundings. Open from 12pm Monday to Friday and 4pm Saturday and Bank Holiday Sunday, the Odeon on Harcourt St. provides the ideal excuse for a spot of lunch, an after-hours aperitif with the boss, casual cocktails over a weekend catch-up or a quiet glass of vino in the library. Boasting a drinks menu from your dreams, The Odeon’s skilled bar tenders guarantee a tipple for every taste. You could start with their signature cocktail, Lana Turner – the perfect pick me up after a long day. Or if you’re feeling more adventurous, you can try a Monica Bellucci, or South Side Swizzle. It’s not all cocktails at dawn in the Odeon either. If you’re feeling peckish, the inspired menu will leave you pining for more. Priding themselves on a delicious selection of dishes from lunch through to dinner, the chefs at The Odeon have devised an innovative and foodie-friendly list of palette-pleasing treats. From venison and juniper burger to a Superfood Salad and from open sandwiches to salt & chilli squid, this sumptuous selection will not disappoint. Not to mention, the ridiculously irresistible Odeon’s chocolate pecan brownie served with homemade whiskey and brown bread ice cream. Nestled like a hidden gem behind the beautiful pillars of the old Harcourt Street train station, The Odeon has maintained its authenticity and affinity to a byegone era. With framed pictures of screen icons like Bridgitte Bardot adorning the walls and a 30-foot marble bar, the venue has a distinct air of old-Hollywood glamour and luxury. Wood panelling and mirrored walls add to the indulgent setting, where you can find yourself perched upon a tall bar stool, nestled in a comfy padded booth, or relaxing with friends on a luxurious Chesterfield sofa. Adding to the vintage-glam ambiance of The Odeon is its uber-stylish interior. While rich tones like gold, copper and red dominate the decor, the splashes of vibrant fuchsia and yellow create a fun, inviting atmosphere. Boasting four separate bars in the venue, with one leading to a fully heated outdoor smoking area, you’re never far from the crowd. If you book a private area for a function, you and your party will spend the night on a suitably exclusive elevated mezzanine with private bar. Open 6 days a week with some of Dublin’s top DJs every Friday, Saturday and Bank Holiday Sunday, The Odeon provides a brilliant backdrop for any soirée big or small. For private parties take a look at the 2014 renovation of the upstairs bar with exclusive access, own rest rooms, full bar that holds up to 200 guests. Start your evening in style, whittle away the hours over drinks, or host a private party - whatever you choose, The Odeon delivers.

Dtwo Bar, Garden & Nightclub
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
60 Harcourt Street
Dublin, 2

+353 1 4764 694

For Table Bookings please contact [email protected] +353 (0)1 4783677 Website: www.dtwonightclub.com

Harcourt Hotel
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
60 Harcourt Street
Dublin, Dublin 2

(01)4783677

The Pembroke
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
23 Pembroke Street Upper
Dublin,

016618636

The Pembroke is an eccentric destination in the heart of Dublin serving up the best cocktails and the finest food around. The kind of place where you can hang out with friends day or night with a frothy coffee or quirky cocktail. Come in for lunch or dinner and try our unique and tasty menu - all food is locally sourced and everything is homemade where possible, including the dips! Expect eclectic décor, a throwback to old media, a shiny new coffee machine, hand painted cups, and contraptions behind the bar that you never knew existed. Located on Pembroke Street Upper, just off the bustle of Leeson Street and around the corner from Stephens Green, we really are based in the heart of Dublin City. We are famous for our cocktails so get ready to be wowed by the team of mixologists as they push the boundaries of the Dublin drinking scene.

Anseo Camden Street
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
18 camden street lower
Dublin, 2

014751321

Bar Near Grand Central Dublin

Sinnott's
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
South King Street
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

014784698

Sinnott’s is a traditional style bar which is home to a large collection of original literary pictures and prints from a collection of Irish artists and writers including James Joyce. The bar is renowned for its carvery lunches and even better pints. Popular with locals, tourist, the sporting fanatics and anyone who wants to enjoy a quality Irish bar.

Sams Bar
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
36 Dawson Street
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

01 612 7999

Introducing Sams Bar 36 Dawson Street. Sams Bar is based in Dublin City Centre and offers elegant surroundings with a friendly atmosphere and welcoming staff. We can cater for groups of all sizes and would love you to drop in and say hello!

37 Dawson Street
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
37 Dawson Street
Dublin, Ireland 2

+353 (01) 902 2908

Harry's on the Green
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
2 South King St
Dublin, Ireland 01 475 8504

01-4758504

Dublin's ONLY premier TRIPLE AWARD WINNING Manhattan style Cocktail bar with a superb food menu, great live entertainment and dj's We cater for all kinds of events including Product Launches, Birthday Parties, Coroprate Events, Engagement Parties, Private Parties ect.

The MGN
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
21-26 South Anne Street
Dublin, Ireland

01 707 9898

Kehoes Dublin
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
9 South Anne Street,
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

016778312

Traditional Victorian shrine full of culture and history. Every thing here remains as it was 100 years ago. Pint Guinness is the order of the day. Kehoes Pub | Traditional Irish Pub | Guinness Pub | Dublin City Pub | Dublin Pub twitter @kehoesdub instagram @kehoesdub

The Hairy Lemon
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
42 Lower Stephen Street
Dublin, Ireland Dublin

01 6718949

The Rock Bar At Bruxelles Dublin
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
7/8 Harry Street
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

01 6775362

Open late 7 nights a week. DJ's on Thurs, Fri, Sat, Bank Hol. Sun & after all major gigs We also do official after-show parties for a wide range of bands; everything from Hair & Glam right up to Folk, Death & Black Metal. Check the "Events" tab for up to date information.

Bruxelles Bars
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
7 Harry Street
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

016775362

Bruxelles is a cosmopolitan bar. Located just a step away from Grafton Street, Dublin’s busiest shopping thoroughfare. Bruxelles is the ideal venue for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It’s a sports bar and a music bar, with djs in three bars and regular live music. If you don’t have a ticket for the big game; see it in Bruxelles. It might be better; with terrace banter, cold beer and cosy surroundings. Bruxelles is an ideal meeting place because it’s right in the heart of things. And once you get there, you won’t want to leave. Bruxelles Bar played such a huge part in the birth of the Irish music scene. To Skid Row, then Thin Lizzy, this became their second home around the late 1960’s-early 1970’s. This page is managed by Lighthouse PR & Media. For more information on our services, please visit www.lighthouseprmedia.com

McDaids Dublin
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
3 Harry Street
Dublin, Ireland 2

016794395

‘ I am a drinker with a writing problem’…the words of one infamous McDaids patron, Brendan Behan, and if ever there was a quote to raise an ironic smile then this was it. McDaids is now considered one of the most iconic Literary Pubs of Dublin not least thanks to Brendan, but it wasn’t always so. In fact McDaids only became established as a true haunt for literary types after John Ryan, editor of the now defunct, Envoy magazine, began to attract all manner of writers and journalists here back in the late 1930’s. The building that houses McDaids can be traced back to the late 18th century and is reputed to have housed the City Morgue. It took on it’s more ecclesiastical features when it was taken over by the Moravian Brothers some time later. They developed the practice of standing their corpses in a vertical position and it’s suggested this may be the reason for the very high ceilings in the pub. It went through a litany of owners and was known as William Daly's Bar before John McDaid purchased the pub in 1936. Paddy O’Brien, one of the most famous bartenders, not just in McDaids, but in the whole of Dublin, worked here from 1937 until 1972, and was quoted as saying that ‘Davy Byrnes was the one truly literary pub back then, McDaids in fact was nothing at all. It was a dreadful place, just an ordinary pub with snugs, stained glass partitions, spittoons and sawdust’ John Ryan was equally harsh in his assessment saying that McDaids was a dowdy little pub, the plainest possible but that was one of the things I liked. 90% of people were working class” Thanks to some well intentioned advice to the owner from Paddy, the interior was torn out, the place brightened up a bit and thanks to a little help from Mr Ryan, the rest as they say is history. Many literary greats have frequented here over the years but the 50’s and 60’s were the decades when the pub truly established it’s now famous reputation. Brendan Behan, Paddy Kavanagh, Brian O’Nolan, Austin Clarke, Anthony Cronin, J.P. Donleavy and Liam O’Flaherty are just a handful of the famous writers that have graced the floors, quenched their thirsts and sought their inspiration in McDaids over the years and some of their portraits adorn the walls and look down now, perhaps in judgement, of the rather more sedate clientele that drink here these days. In the early 1980’s the bar was relocated from left as you walk in, to it’s now familiar position on the right. Whether that was to confuse patrons into not knowing whether they were coming or going, one can only summise. Whilst the walls may not be able to tell any stories from the bygone days, the latest generation of bartenders in McDaids are equally skilled in pouring pints of the black stuff and well versed in the history of this quite magnificent pub. So why not pop in, have a chat, a pint or two of Porter, and get a feel of what inspired those literary greats. Favourite Quotations 'I only drink on two occasions....when I'm thirsty and when I'm not' (Brendan Behan 1923-1964) 'All the World's a stage and most of us are desperatly unrehearsed' (Sean O'Casey 1880 - 1964)

Capitol bar
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
18/19 Lwr Stephen's Street
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

014757166

Dublin's Premier Cocktail Lounge, Open late 7 Nights a week & Admission is always FREE!!!! Relax and unwind after work, or party the night away, the choice is yours. Choose a Cocktail from our extensive Menu, featuring over 100 Cocktails and Mixed Drinks. All Cocktails are only €5 all day, everyday. We also serve an extensive range of Craft Beers, Fine Wines, and premium spirits.

Lemon & Duke
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Duke Lane, Dublin 2
Dublin, Ireland D2

016796260

Situated just off Grafton Street, Lemon & Duke is the perfect place for food or drinks. Walk ins welcome.

Grafton Lounge
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Duke Lane
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

01 679 6260

South William
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
52 South William Street
Dublin, Ireland D02 P

085 7734452

For bookings after 6pm or on weekends please call 087 4455 785

The Long Hall Pub
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
51 South Great George's St
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

01 4751590

Oscar's Bar & Kitchen
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
1 Merrion Street Lower
Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

+353 1 607 3800

Lincoln's Inn
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
18/19 Lincoln Place
Dublin, Ireland Du

01 676 2044

Davy Byrnes
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
21 Duke Street
Dublin, Ireland D2

00353 (0)1 677 5217

Welcome to Davy Byrnes literary, heritage and cosmopolitan pub! This old hostelry has been serving the citizens of Dublin and beyond since 1798, when the winds of insurgency were sweeping across Western Europe. Today Davy Byrnes stands steadfast as a social icon of stability, consistency and renowned hospitality within a world defined once again by revolutionary economic and political change. But Davy Byrnes Pub has seen it all before, and we prefer to concentrate on our tradition of excellence in serving our extensive local and international clientele with quality food and drink within an ambience of unrivalled hospitality and charm. This page is managed by Lighthouse PR & Media. Please visit www.lighthouseprmedia.com for more information on our services.

The Cozie Tea Cafe
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
123 Fake Street
Dublin, Ireland 18

021234567

The Duke
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
8 & 9 Duke St
Dublin, Ireland D02 NR76

+35316799553

Established in 1822. The Duke has enjoyed a distinguished association with the literary greats of the Irish Nation. James Stephens, James Joyce, Oliver St. John Gogarty and Arthur Griffith breezed into the Duke regularly in the early days of the century when they wanted a quiet reflective jar. In later years, the three great literary musketeers, Brendan Behan, Patrick Kavanagh and Myles Na gCopoleen experienced a transitory love affair with the premises, although hardly ever at the same time as they were rarely enamoured with eachothers company for too long. As a general rule the presence of one was dictated by the absence of the other two. Nowadays the organisers of the Dublin Literary Pub Crawl start their historic tour of Dublin at this establishment. Today the Duke is still renowned for providing the caller with a place of quiet respite to enjoy a peaceful drink or some heartwarming food throughout the day. Grab a seat indoors, or soak up the city centre atmosphere on our heated smoking terrace. . Every Wednesday night at 8:30pm we have a great laugh upstairs with The Laughter Lines troupe, brilliant improv comedy show. To Book : [email protected] Also Check out Twitter :@LaughterLines1 Facebook : @LaughterLinesDublin We show all major sporting events on our large screen in the bar and on televisions located throughout the pub. We are also the starting point for the world famous Dublin Literary Pub Crawl which happens every evening at 7.30pm in the summer months (Apr - Oct) and from Thursdays to Sundays in the winter (Nov - Mar). There are also private tours all year round.