What can you expect:
Temple Bar district is located in the heart of Dublin and close to all the main attractions. It is a busy riverside neighbourhood, spread over cobbled pedestrian lanes. Crowded pubs host live folk music and DJ sets, and diners pack restaurants serving Asian, American and Irish cuisine.
One of the most famous pubs in Dublin is the Temple Bar, famous for its location but also because it offers over 450 different kinds of rare whiskies (Ireland’s largest collection). You can’t miss this red building, it looks typically Irish and it is always buzzing. The Temple Bar is now known for its nightlife. Many of the people who stop in for a pint are tourists, but that should not necessarily put you off if you want to discover the neighborhood for yourself.
For more information see the website below.
The Temple Bar Pub Dublin Ireland
Prices for food and drinks vary per pub and/or restaurant.
Type of Drink in Pints:
Guinness: € 5,50
Lager: € 5,90
Cider: € 6,00
Craft Beer/Cider: € 6,30
The Temple bar district is always open, but the pubs and restaurants in the street have different opening times.