Nightlife and Entertainment in Dublin

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Here are a few suggestions to enjoy yourself at night.

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February 07, 2006 new by giorgio

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Temple Bar

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Want to get legless and have a good night, Temple Bar is a stepping stone on your way to pearse street garda station, where the accomodation is lovely service with a smile, free wake up call, with a nightstick and the occasional back hander if you can afford it, but seriously Temple Bar is an Area of Dublin which really can get your night kicked off to a great start, with everything you need accomodation, resteraunts, bars & clubs, Music centre, street performers and all you'll need comprised within a few yards of each other you never have to walk far to find what your looking for.

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address:Temple Bar

Beaumont House Pub and Restaurant

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Excellent choice of Pub with Restaurant combined in a great Dublin location halfway between Dublin Airport and Dublin City Centre (8 minutes from both)  Experience the true Dublin Pub atmosphere. Surrounded by popular Bed and Breakfasts like Almara B&B Dublin.

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ClosingTime:24.30
tel:00353 1 8371008
url:www.almarabb.com
accessibility:Around the corner from Almara B&B Dublin (www.almarabb.com) see map on website
address:Shantallagh Road, Beaumont, Dublin 9
email:info@almarabb.com

Atari Expo

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Atari Expo is a Casino in Dublin.

type:Casinos
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tel:+353 18 62 2601
url:www.atariexpo.com
address:The Square Town centre Tallaght Dublin 24

St. Patrick's Festival at The Guinness Storehouse

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The Guinness Storehouse will host their annual St. Patrick’s Day Festival from the 16th -18th March this year with a fantastic line up to rival no other. Over the course of the three day event, there will be a vibrant selection of live music from home grown talent such as Irish group Four Men and a Dog, eclectic bluegrass-trad group Tupelo, glee-inspired collective Eclectic Spree and many more. Visitors can let their feet do the talking at the large Céilí or learn how to pour the perfect pint from the Guinness experts. And rugby fans need look no further as all Six Nations more..

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ClosingTime:9.30-19.00
tel:+353 1 408 4800
url:www.guinness-storehouse.com
accessibility:Bus: 51B and 78A from Aston Quay. 123 from O’Connell St. LUAS: red line to St. James Hospital.
address:Guinness Storehouse, St. James's Gate, Dublin 8, Ireland
email:rachel.byrne@diageo.com

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