For tapas, visit Salamanca on St. Andrew's St. Photo by Salamanca.
The Winding Stair dining room, overlooking the Liffey, serves fancy organic fare. Photo by ireland-guide.com
The Farm on Dawson St uses local, organic ingredients whenever possible. Photo by tripadvisor.com
The Suffolk St. location of California-founded burger joint The Counter. Photo by ratemyarea.com
Porterhouse Central on Nassau St is frequented by American exchange students for its own beers- it's the largest independent Irish brewery - and its weekly 'frat night'. Photo by Porterhouse.
The Bleeding Horse on Camden St. is an ancient, spacious pub quiet enough for a chat. Photo by Laura Bryn Sisson
The Bank is expensive for drinks, but it's worth wandering in just to appreciate the magnificent building. Photo by The Bank on College Green.
The Stag's Head on Dame Court is a classic, not-to-be-missed stop on a Dublin pub crawl. Photo by The Stag's Head.
The Temple Bar pub in the Temple Bar district is an absolute tourist trap that attracts an older crowd. Photo by The Temple Bar.
A front view of the Pav, the cheap student bar within the Trinity College Dublin campus. Ask about their deal on cans. Photo by the Pav.
MacTurcaills is a student favourite for its 3.50 pints, spacious rooms and location near Trinity. Photo by publin.com
Doyles attracts students with a convenient location, low prices, and music. Photo by dublinrocks.com
The Gingerman brings in sports teams with its inoffensive pub food and location close to Trinity. Photo by tripadvisor.com
The Workman's Club along the quay has a rooftop bar open to the sky. Photo by The Workman's Club
Coppers, or Copperface Jacks, is the seedy nightclub from which everyone has a wild story. It is never as deserted as in this photo. Photo by the Jackson Court Hotel.
A street view of Whelan's pub and music venue. Photo by dublinrocks.com
The crowded dance floor at Whelan's during a 2007 Girl Talk gig. Photo by seewhatyouhear.wordpress.com
The Lost Society presents the confusing juxtaposition of filthy dubstep played in a former 18th century mansion. Photo by The Lost Society.
DTwo's dance floor attracts the young and sweaty, and those willing to pay high drink prices. Photo by clubinireland.com
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