Temple bar (District)

Temple bar Pub and district, Dublin

Are you planning to visit the Temple bar district? See our information below!

Information:

The most famous area of Dublin is the Temple Bar district, a lively area where Irish pubs dominate the street scene. If there’s one thing the Irish are good at, it’s bubbling. From about three o’clock it starts to get busy on the terraces and on the sidewalk in front of the pubs. Here you can drink beers and eat typical Irish pub food. You don’t have a drink here with a glass of wine, but with oysters and Guinness. Most pubs in the Temple bar district offer that golden combination.

The most famous pub in this district is The Temple Bar Pub itself. The Temple Bar Pub is a proud family-owned pub in the heart of Dublin City. It’s famous for its unrivaled craic & service, incredible traditional Irish Music all day everyday and its vast whiskey and beer collections.

In addition to the pubs, you will also find the necessary cultural and creative initiatives here. Nice art shops, vintage shops and you can visit the Gallery of Photography, the Irish Film Institute and the Temple Bar Gallery. It is touristy, but listening to live music in the Irish pub is one of the highlights of Dublin.

Opening hours:

The Temple bar district is an open district that can be visited at any time of the day. The Temple Bar Pub does have opening hours. It is open from Monday to Thursday from 10:30 AM until 01:30 AM and Friday and Saturday from 10:30 AM until 02:30 AM. On Sundays the pub is open a little less, from 10:30 AM until 01:00 AM.

Photographer: Lars Meijer

Tips and Tricks!

Here are a few tips worth knowing before you visit the Temple bar district

  • The best time to come to the Temple Bar district is around 04:00 PM.
  • Every Saturday, the heart of Dublin turns into a food market. Try the free samples and snacks that many stands offer to get you excited for their products. You can find the food market between 10:00 AM to 04:30 PM at the Meeting House Square.
Photographer: Lars Meijer

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