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Temple Bar in Dublin
Located around the south bank of the River Liffey, Temple Bar is a bustling neighborhood with dozens of restaurants, art galleries, pubs, and shops ripe for exploring. Walking along the cobblestone streets will take you to artsy shops, the Irish Film Institute, and several popular bars known for their beer. This is also a central hub for Dublin's nightlife scene. Whether you're in town for St. Patrick's Day or looking for a place to enjoy the local social scene, Temple Bar has a lot to offer. Plan on spending at least a day and evening strolling the streets and visiting local shops.


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  • St. Patrick's Day Celebration
  • New Year's Event
  • Live Music at Pubs and Restaurants


  • The Temple Bar Pub
  • Turk's Head Temple Bar
  • Meeting House Square
  • Dublin Roadshow
  • Temple Bar Gallery + Studio
  • Whiskey Tasting Tours


  • What is Temple Bar in Dublin known for?

    The Temple Bar Pub is one of the older pubs in the area and houses one of the largest collection of whiskey in Ireland. Meeting House Square hosts free concerts and film screenings throughout the week. The Queen of Tart’s is famous for its cheesecake and other decadent desserts.
  • What annual events and festivals take place in Temple Bar? 

    The Irish Film Institute hosts film festivals and events throughout the year. The Temple Bar district is also a popular destination for counting down to the New Year, celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, and attending art shows at the Temple Bar Gallery + Studio.

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