5. The Summit Inn
A couple of miles from business centre, The Summit Inn is one of the best bars to visit in Dublin. Here, there is a turf fire and very comfortable interior. Here you can enjoy a lovely pint in a cosy environment.
4. The Cobblestone
There is a continuous live music in The Cobblestone bar and you will not find a more laidback venue in Dublin for it. The Cobblestone is a remarkable option to the visitor’s trails of other renowned spots.
Everyone is welcome in this saloon, which is displayed by the various kinds of national flags hanging above the pub. With the Guinness on tap, there is heavy metal and alternative rock music in the underground Flanders Bar daily.
Considered one of the latest drinking places in Dublin, Sophie’s is located at the rooftop of Dean Hotel and visited by stylish visitors. Sophie’s is the perfect place for those looking for the best G&T. They offer everything from Beefeater to Hendricks. The highlight of this place is relaxing whilst taking in the view of the whole city while sipping your favourite gin.
1. 37 Dawson Street
Visit this unusual late night bar and make way into the back, where you will see Dublin’s best whiskey bar. This pub stock samples of the strong stuff from all various parts Ireland and there are many comfortable seats inside the bar for you to settle in to for a talk with their well-informed bartenders.