You cannot go back home without enjoying a night there, so lovely traditional live music and atmosphere!
One of our friends kept telling us how cool this would be every time we walked by (Temple Bar was next to our hotel more or less). Finally, on the way home from dinner we decided to stop in and grab a pint or six. Well. Worth the stop. Great and fairly unique decor (not so much pub-like as more... More
This place is very touristy. Dublin has so many pubs and many great musicians but this is certainly not the place you'll find the best entertainment. The staff are lovely and it is worth a quick stop for a pint. If you want to seek out a great music venue in Dublin try Whelan's. It's not located in Temple Bar... More
If you want to party, you cannot miss Temple street. If you have come to Ireland to see the Irish, the music and the "feel-good" you better stay away from Temple street. Temple street (and bar) is high prices, hired musicians and other tourists. Pint of Guinness €6 to €8 in other bars it`s €3 to €6. Now, I could... More
Ok, so going is fun and you can claim you had a pint there. People are nice and the servers we had were terrific, but it's a typical hype pub. So go once...and then hunt out the "real" Dublin in all those little pubs on side streets where there is great music, a crowd of all ages...and a lot less... More
If you go to Dublin, you must do the obligatory visit to the Temple Bar - Bar. It is expansive, expensive, elaborate and friendly. The Irish Coffee is the best I have ever had but like most things here, it is several more Euros than at most other bars. The food was pretty good but again expensive for what you... More
beautifully decorated (Christmas), the place was really welcoming with many locals chatting to us. actually, we had such a great time that didnt want to leave and were really late for another arrangement. there were bands playing Irish music which made me feel like I was in "p.s. i love you" film ;) definitely recommend it, especially with all those... More
While traveling to Ireland for business, I took a weekend trip to Dublin. In the evenings, we made our way to the Temple Bar district, and while several of the places were fun, nothing compared to the actual Temple Bar. The place was crowded, but we had no problems finding a spot in front of the stage or getting a... More
Touring a city in the rain is never going to get the best out of it. However Temple Bar made up for the weather. The bar itself was very busy with a great atmosphere, the Guiness and oysters was one of things you have to experience along with the traditional Irish music, at good crack. Staying Camac Valley and coming... More
Interesting area for nitelife, a little tacky in parts and very pretty too in parts. Lots of bars , clubs and eateries here. Nice cobbled streets too here. Felt a little wild in the evenings with lots of stag and hen parties. But nice area overall.
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