Best spots for after work drinks Dublin

After work drinks Dublin. Whether you’re a Dublin local or just passing through, this busy city has a wide range to offer when it comes to grabbing a drink. Dublin is
famous for the classic “old man” pub, but the capital is not short of contemporary wine bars, quirky restaurants and hidden gems. We’ve
narrowed it down for you!

All the info you need to choose your after work drinks Dublin location!

A quick one with the office besties…

When Friday finally hits and the team is ready to let off some steam,
we’d head straight for The Long Hall. This is one of Dublin’s most
loved pubs. With excellent service and a good pint of Guinness, what
more could you ask for? Its convenient location on George’s Street
means you’re in a prime spot should the team decide to keep the
party going. Any night of the week, The Long Hall is a safe bet.

Yeah, I’m up for a drink! But I gotta eat…

We all love a post work drink but sometimes, food comes first. If
you’re leading the charge to find something delicious to go with your
cocktail, we’d try Ukiyo. This Japanese/ Korean based spot offers it
all, from a quick snack to a three-course meal (we recommend the
Korean friend chicken and cauliflower katsu). And the best part,
Ukiyo is a late bar with multiple karaoke booths for when that
sudden urge to serenade your boss hits.

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When it has to impress…

Let’s face it, work drinks aren’t always fun and games. Sometimes,
duty calls and it’s time to show off your city to a new client. But fear
not, we’ve got two sure fire hot spots to impress your visitors. We
would kick things off at Coppinger Row. Located just off South
William Street, this Mediterranean restaurant is always a crowd
pleaser. Friendly staff and an open kitchen mean it’s an easy place to
relax and have a chat, alongside some very tasty food. They have an
extensive wine list, and the staff are always ready with a
recommendation. Make sure to book in advance.

And when dinner is over, you can head around the corner to Farrier
and Draper, a cocktail bar with music on Friday and Saturday.

Work drinks, but someone special might be coming later…

You’ve got to celebrate a new deal with the team, but you also
promised your significant other dinner and drinks! Try La Cave wine
bar and restaurant. Nestled away underground on South Anne Street,
we’ll admit, this one can be hard to locate. But once inside, you’ll find
a menu of three hundred and fifty wines, a cosy atmosphere and the
best in French cuisine. This place is multipurpose and we guarantee
you’ll want to stay all night. With limited tables, make sure you snap
up a booking here too.

When you just need to dance it off…

We know the feeling, after a long hard week when the only thing you
need is a good dance. We recommend dining out at Las Tapas de Lola,
a lively Spanish restaurant with friendly staff and an authentic tapas
menu filled with the classics. After a good catch up and some tasty
food, you are perfectly located on Camden Street to take to any dance
floor of you want. Try Whelan’s for some live music, or perhaps a
silent disco, or if you’re looking for some pop classics and a jampacked
dance floor, give Flannery’s a go. For specific gigs, or a late
night dance, check Opium’s website and you’ll find what your looking

Fast food and fast drink…

Bunsen. It’s a Dublin staple. Keep things simple with burgers and a
beverage. Bunsen has been around for a while, and it never fails to
please. The menu is simple: an excellent burger and an excellent set
of fries. These compact eateries are located all over the city, but our
favourite has got to be the South Anne Street location. They don’t do
bookings, so expect a brief wait at busy times. Trust us, it’s worth it!

Treat yourself, you deserve it…

Variety Jones is Dublin’s newest Michelin star restaurant so yes, it’s
tough to get a table! But the experience really lives up to
expectations. They offer a chef’s choice sharing menu only, and the
quality is outstanding. Each month features a new wine list
specifically curated for the menu. Book in advance… very far in

Just a little bit out of the city centre…

If your office isn’t located centrally, Dublin still offers exceptional
food and drink. We recommend Blackbird in Rathmines for some
craft beer and board games or maybe try the newly refurbished Hill
Pub in Ranelagh (yes, we mainly go there because they are dog
friendly). We’re big fans of The Belfry in Stoneybatter for a quiet
drink, and Bonobo in Smithfield for good pizza and loads of space for
big groups.

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Peace and quiet…

Dublin can be as busy as any other city, so if you’re looking for a
moment of solitude after a busy day at work, look no further than
Neary’s. This pub has been around since 1887 and is well respected
by Dublin folk. Nearly all of the original features remain, so if you’re
looking for a classic Dublin pub, this is the exact spot for you.

If all else fails…

If you’re stuck for a watering hole, Dublin is a city to be explored by
foot so simply head out for a wander. Irish people love to chat and
are always ready to share a recommendation. Just don’t be surprised
if they’ll want to come with you!


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