Drinking in Dublin
Tuesday 29th October 2013 |
Dublin, and even the people of Ireland are renowned for drinking, so you're sure to have a merry time in this gorgeous city. If you're watching the pennies Dublin has more than enough places to visit and things to do for all for the sweet price of nothing. From nine different museums, eleven galleries, stately homes, castles, churches, cathedrals, markets, walks and tours are all free of charge. So there is plenty of things to do in this beautiful busy city. Dublin is the heart of Ireland and will really display it's old traditions and quirky culture, so it's ideal for a cute break for two, or great for big groups as well.
Dublin is definitely not short of clubs, bars, and pubs so there's always somewhere to go. Temple Bar is definitely the place to go. A buzzing atmosphere, due to the mix of amazing live music, beer gardens, exceptional service and large range of exclusive drinks, Temple Bar is a must. If you’re looking for something a little more cultural head down to John Kehoe’s on South Anne Street, for a real traditional Irish vibe.
Eating out in Dublin has to be one of the other great experiences that there is to do. There are all sorts, from pub grub, to fancy more expensive food. There is plently to choose from to suit different kind of budgets and styles, whether that is Irish, Italian, French and many more. Shanaghan’s on the green is the place to visit when it comes to food; an American steakhouse and seafood restaurant that is always full of people and has phenomenal customer service.
The final reason you should visit Dublin this winter has to be the Markets. There is a variety of different markets from farmers markets, to designer markets to flea markets. Just a few interesting things sold at these markets: High fashion, fortune telling, hair dressing, books, café’s, art, ornaments, you name it, you can find it on the markets.