When the Sun goes down on Grafton Street

At night Grafton Street stays alive with the many late night bars, pubs and clubs on the street and the side streets directly off Grafton Street. Whether you are searching for somewhere to have a few quiet pints with friends or a night out dancing to Dublin’s top djs, a night in the Grafton Street quarter is guaranteed to be a good one.

Captain America’s is a great spot to begin a night out on Grafton Street, with delicious food and an excellent selection of cocktails this is a perfect place for a fun night with friends on Grafton Street.

One of the most famous bars in Dublin, located directly off Grafton Street is Bruxelles. The lively cosmopolitan bar offers regular live music, djs and a great atmosphere which you will find there every night of the week.  If you are looking to spend your night in a traditional Dublin pub to enjoy a few pints in a great atmosphere then McDaid’s, directly across from Bruxelles is the perfect choice. Another great traditional Dublin pub is Neary’s, the popular pub is a great spot for a night out with friends where you can enjoy a few drinks in the plush surroundings of this Victorian era pub.

The Bailey is a sleek and modern bar located just off Grafton Street next to Marks & Spencer. The stylish bar is a perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine or a cocktail, the Bailey’s heated outdoor terrace allows you to enjoy a drink while watching the many people coming and going on Grafton Street. If you want to go clubbing at the weekend Madison Nightclub is a great place to dance the night away and enjoy some cocktails in the stylish surroundings of the club. Grafton Street is home to Lillie’s Bordello, a prestigious nightclub which is a favourite of Bono and many other Irish and international celebrities. Lillie’s is the perfect place to party any night of the week.

The great selection of pubs, bars and clubs offers something for everyone and all are located on or directly off Grafton Street so you can go for a drink straight after you have finished shopping.

Laura Finn

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About Grafton Street

Grafton Street was named after Henry FitzRoy, The 1st Duke of Grafton, he was the illegitimate son of Charles II of England who owned land in the area and was developed from a country lane by the Dawson family in 1708, after whom the parallel Dawson Street is named.

Grafton Street runs from the top of St. Stephen's Green to (Trinity) College Green.

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