A favorite before and after the show at the Olympia, Brogans serves a good Guinness in an unpretentious atmosphere.
Doheny & Nesbitts, legendary Dublin traditional bar, is located on Baggot Street.
Also known as the Castle Lounge, Grogans is situated on South Willian Street, near Grafton Street in the city centre.
Ha'Penny Bridge Inn, an old style Dublin pub at the heart of Temple Bar.
The highest pub in Ireland, Johnnie Fox's pub is also famous for its Hooley nights: four course meal, and traditional Irish music, followed by Johnnie Fox's famous Irish Dancers.
The present building has an evocative 19th century boarding-house appearance about it but the façade dates back to only 1994.
O'Neills is a traditional bar which has existed as a licensced premises for over 300 years.
The Brazen Head is Dublin's oldest pub with a history going back eight centuries.
The Cobblestone, a traditional Irish music bar, on the edge of the renovated Smithfield Plaza.
The Flowing Tide, a traditional Dublin bar with a theatrical clientele.
On the corner of Wicklow Street and William Street South, the International is something of an institution at this stage.