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Ukiyo, in the true Japanese tradition, offers multiple karaoke booths, delicious sushi and sake. The menu features appetizers like Tuna Croquette and Steamed Chinese Buns, mains like Marinated Tofu Steak and sushi such as Caterpillar Roll and Gunkan Sushi. The beverage menu includes the Mark Bourbon-based Old Fashioned cocktail and Sweet Plum Sake. Seated in one of the soundproof and air-conditioned karaoke booths, guests can choose from 40,000 songs in Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Spanish and English. For the best experience, opt for one of the packages that offer a combination of food, drinks and karaoke. It also has good deals for private parties. Check the website for the playlists and the latest events.
Established in 1881, George's Street Arcade is one of the oldest of its kind in Europe. This enclosed shopping arcade, in the heart of Dublin, is iconic for its Victorian architecture. It is home to over 50 boutiques and stores retailing an array of merchandise – from clothing, jewelry and accessories, to art, antiques and memorabilia. Explore the charming passageways for a special souvenir, and stop by at a cafe for an Irish treat.
Undoubtedly Dublin's finest contemporary gallery, with the most enviable location in the city. TBG+S, as it is known, was established by arty pioneers when rents were cheap and the area was destined to become a bus station. Thankfully, the gods of urban design had a very different fate in mind, and now the gallery is the flagship of the city's official cultural quarter. Many of the original artists still work in the studios upstairs.
This building was previously owned by the Church of Ireland and was the Synod Hall right up until 1983. The Medieval Trust now supports the Dublinia exhibition, which aims to cover Dublin's early history, starting with the arrival of the Vikings in 1170 and ending with the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII in 1539. Start the tour in the basement with an audio-tape, taking you through life-size reconstructions, depicting major events, including the Black Death, the rebellion of Silken Thomas, and the United Irishmen uprising. Upstairs features a huge model of Dublin in about 1500. Also of note, in the Great Hall, is a multi-screen presentation on medieval Dublin.
Located in a former factory which was later converted into a theater and now a nightclub, Hangar is a popular venue for entertainment. Experience the nightlife of Dublin at this venue which is known for hosting several music performances by famous international artists as well as raw talents. Keeping its rustic charm untouched, this venue is furnished with excellent sound and lighting that assure an electrifying experience as you attend an event here. Put on your dancing shoes as the DJ spins his magic at Hangar, making it a great spot to enjoy a weekend. Besides the music acts, the versatile space also hosts cultural events, corporate functions and private events.