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    For tapas, visit Salamanca on St. Andrew's St. Photo by Salamanca.

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    The Winding Stair dining room, overlooking the Liffey, serves fancy organic fare. Photo by ireland-guide.com

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    The Farm on Dawson St uses local, organic ingredients whenever possible. Photo by tripadvisor.com

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    The Suffolk St. location of California-founded burger joint The Counter. Photo by ratemyarea.com

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    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.

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    The Bleeding Horse on Camden St. is an ancient, spacious pub quiet enough for a chat. Photo by Laura Bryn Sisson

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    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.

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    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.

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    The Temple Bar pub in the Temple Bar district is an absolute tourist trap that attracts an older crowd. Photo by The Temple Bar.

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    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.

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    MacTurcaills is a student favourite for its 3.50 pints, spacious rooms and location near Trinity. Photo by publin.com

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    Doyles attracts students with a convenient location, low prices, and music. Photo by dublinrocks.com

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    The Gingerman brings in sports teams with its inoffensive pub food and location close to Trinity. Photo by tripadvisor.com

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    The Workman's Club along the quay has a rooftop bar open to the sky. Photo by The Workman's Club

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    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.

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    A street view of Whelan's pub and music venue. Photo by dublinrocks.com

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    The crowded dance floor at Whelan's during a 2007 Girl Talk gig. Photo by seewhatyouhear.wordpress.com

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    The Lost Society presents the confusing juxtaposition of filthy dubstep played in a former 18th century mansion. Photo by The Lost Society.

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    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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