Dame Lane is a late night bar opening seven nights a week and serves till 2.30am from Monday till Saturday and till 1am on Sunday nights. 4 Dame Lane is located in the heart of the city. The music is varied which makes it popular with all, playing a variety of funk, soul, disco and house music so that all their can dance the night away. Featuring some of the best Dublin DJs with the likes of Johnny Moy and Anthony Mooney. So for a night of great music and good fun check out 4 Dame Lane
Anseo used to be a traditional pub catering a steady business to locals until recently it has transformed into a magnet for the trendiest people in town. Located on Camden Street its easy to find and close to the city centre. With a Dublin's hottest DJs spinning vinyl in a corner of the bar you can dance the night away. As Anseo has grown in popularity in the last year it tends to fill up quickly, so if you want to listen to good music and drink a good pint for a nice price go early to avoid the crush.
Dakota is a hotel lounge decorated with chunky couches, armchairs and low tables. The decor is laid back and the music is good. Located it in the city centre not too far away from all the clubs it’s the perfect place to start your evening off in a relaxing and friendly atmosphere. Dakota also offers seating outside for those who want to brave the Irish climate.
Popular Night Clubs in Dublin City Centre:
Located at Adam Court, Grafton Street, in the heart of Dublin City is Lillie’s Bordello. Widely known as one of the most upmarket nightclubs in the capital, it has hosted several main events including the Top Gear after show party.
The venue caters for most types of music, and the latest addition to the venue is the “Lounge Lovers” night, which has, live music in the “Round Bar” and then great DJ’s spinning the decks on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. No admission fee from Monday-Wednesday. The Niall Donnelly Band also plays live on Wednesday nights. Thursday night’s give R&B fans a treat, with plenty other classics played by the house DJ. Friday and Saturday nights offer club classic nights, and generally the rate of entry for non-members is €5 – €15 per person.
Tripod is located at the top of Harcourt Street in Dublin’s city centre. There are three venues to be enjoyed here, one of which is the Pod – the Pod has been at the heart of the Dublin clubbing scene for around 13 years.
The Crawdaddy is a newer venue, which is built for live music and has a capacity for 300 – a small and intimate custom built live venue spread across two floors with cinema-style seating on a balcony.
Which brings us to Tripod, one of the liveliest music arenas in Dublin? It brings together three venue spaces in one area, with a 1300 capacity live music arena, a bar that can accommodate 250 and a 250 capacity club with a magnificent new sound system. There’s also seating in the balconies as well as private booths.
Copper Face Jacks
29 Harcourt Street
‘Coppers’ is an infamous Dublin institution that was even name-checked in the Dublin football captain’s 2012 All-Ireland victory speech. It can be utter madness, featuring a massive outdoor smoking area for good measure. Come early, as it packs out very quickly, particularly if there’s a big match on, and forget about the music – come for the fun!
With its Temple Bar location, Club M is the perfect place to dance the night away. It has two dance floors with balcony galleries towering over the main area. Enjoy a sparkling cocktail in this club, which has been entertaining clubbers for more than a decade.