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The Porterhouse Temple Bar

The Porterhouse Brewing Company, established in 1989, was Dublin's first microbrewery. It has, ever since its inception, produced some of the best brews in the city, including its own very fine porter. Their Temple Bar brewpub is located on Parliament Street, where patrons are lured inside, thanks to the enormous vats that are visible from the street. Owing to its popularity, the place gets a little crowded towards the end of afternoon. Midst a handsomely decorated dining area, home-brews are served with much love along with a good selection of delicious pub grub. Not to be missed here are Temple Bräu, Hop Head and Wrasslers 4X Stout, couple these refreshing drinks with a portion of chicken wings; you'd soon be coming back for more!

The Church

The Church is a popular dining, drinking and entertainment hub of the city. It offers something for everyone and disappoints none, as it welcomes almost 700,000 guests every year. Its popularity is evident from this fact and with each passing year, it simply increases. If you're hungry, head to the on-site Gallery Restaurant and savor the delicacies served. The Tower bar and Main Bar offer an excellent concoction of heady cocktails and live Irish music. For party animals, Church's Cellar Bar and Nightclub is the best bet. However, if you want to get away from the crowds, the enchanting terrace will provide you with much-needed serenity. Offering a little bit of everything, The Church is certainly worth a visit.

The Grand Social

At a first glance, the black exterior of this place may not look appealing. But as you step inside, you are sure to be surprised with what this popular venue has on offer. The Grand Social has four eclectic venues. There is The Parlour where one can quench your thirst with beer or The Ballroom that is pulsating with DJ nights and themed events. The breezy Garden hosts regular live gigs while the upstairs Loft allures visitors with its circus-themed decor and its wonderful line-up of burlesque acts, fashion shows, reading sessions and film screenings. Saturday is the most awaited as The Grand Social transforms into a weekly flea market selling fashionable clothes, furniture, accessories, books and more. All in all, there's never a dull moment at The Grand Social.

The Celt

The Celt is a traditional Irish Pub located in the heart of Dublin City. The pub offers tasty pub grubs, generous pours on tap and live traditional Celtic music every night of the week. Bursting with a vibrant and friendly atmosphere, you most probably won't forget a night at this local favorite. If you're visiting the northern side of the city, The Celt is the perfect location for a warm bowl of soup in the winter or a cool and refreshing pint during summer.

John Kavanagh The Gravediggers

Taking its name from the Glasnevin Cemetery next door, Kavanagh's The Gravediggers is a legendary Dublin pub and has been around since 1833, remaining virtually unchanged for over 150 years. Referenced in cinema, literature and a bevvy of television commercials, this local watering hole is a great place for a Guinness and good conversation. During the summer months find hardened locals and visitors alike posted up at the bar or outside enjoying the sunshine.

The International Bar

This well-preserved Victorian pub is an unassuming hive of entertainment in the city center. The downstairs bar is a fine example of a traditional Dublin pub; small, smoky and with a healthy mix of youngsters and die-hard regulars. Upstairs is home to a small venue with a program of comedy, theater and music. A poster on the outside of the pub will tell you what's on.

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